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Ally Clow reviews Imperial War Museum London's exhibition Real to Reel: A Century of War Movies about the long relationship between conflict and cinema.
To celebrate the release of Things to Come in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema on 2 September, Curzon and Brasserie Zédel are offering the chance to win some fantastic prizes featuring the very best in French filmmaking and cuisine.
With Almodóvar's gorgeous new film Julieta out in cinemas this week, we're giving you the chance to win an amazing bundle of Almodóvar goodies including a DVD box set and a signed poster. Find out how to enter.
Yo dawgs, heard you like dogs, so we've got a special promotion to get 2-for-1 hot dogs at Herman ze German when you show your ticket for Todd Solondz's Wiener-Dog at our cinemas. Find out how to claim your delicious wurst in a bun. [This promotion is now closed.]
Ahead of our special event with top UK film podcast The Cinematologists, Dr Dario Llinares introduces the themes and ideas of Pedro Almodóvar's Broken Embraces.
Thomas Vinterberg returns to the acute destruction of the family dynamic of his name-making Festen, in his 70's set new film The Commune, reviewed in this edition of The Curzon Film Podcast
Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick is a visceral, sensory experience of rich, enveloping images, cacophonous sounds and smells, taking us through temporal journeys of slow motion fire-walkers and spatial infinity mirrors.
In this edition of The Curzon Film Podcast, we travel to Giant Country, to meet its biggest, friendliest resident.
We're halfway through 2016, so the Curzon Podcast team have taken a look at the best films to be released so far this year.