We present a cloud-based multimodal dialogue platform for the remote assessment and monitoring of speech, facial and fine motor function in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) at scale, along with a preliminary investigation of the efficacy of the various metrics automatically extracted by the platform. 22 healthy controls and 38 people with Parkinson’s Disease (pPD) were instructed to complete four interactive sessions, spaced a week apart, on the platform. Each session involved abattery of tasks designed to elicit speech, facial movements and finger movements. We find that speech, facial kinematic and finger movement dexterity metrics show statistically significant differences between controls and pPD. We further investigate the sensitivity, specificity, reliability and generalisability of these metrics. Our results offer encouraging evidence for the utility of automatically-extracted audiovisual analytics in remote monitoring of PD and other movement disorders.