The Picture House is dedicated to creating a shared community experience for diverse audiences through film, education programming and unique cultural offerings. Our historically preserved and restored theater offers a unique gathering place dedicated to entertaining, enriching, and inspiring a sense of wonder for all ages.
Your generosity directly supports our mission and helps keep great films, guests, discussions, and events on The Picture House stage and screen.
A community hub since 1921, The Picture House provides varied film and education programming for all types of audiences – and we want the world to know it. Ticket and popcorn sales account for only about half of the operating budget— that’s why we’re seeking the generosity of supporters like you to help sustain our programming and keep our historic theater going strong.
Clck the image below to review the great programs we’ve had in 2015 – popular films, documentaries, the best in international cinema, our sold-out Film Club, a record number of advance screenings with special guests, and education programs here and in local schools and community groups.
And click right here to give your support to sustaining The Picture House!
If you donate today (#GivingTuesday) you will receive 2 tickets to our upcoming Advance Screening of the new Charlotte Rampling film 45 Years this Friday December 4th at 7:30pm. Director Andrew Haigh will be joining us post screening for a Q&A with TPH Critic-in-Residence Marshall Fine.
Click the image to enlarge and enjoy our 2015 year in review…plus new programming for 2016.
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