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Michael Garrad is Curzon's Events Programmer. In this post, he tells us about our DocDays, a very special series of documentaries and panel discussions, which he is responsible for programming and organising.
In a bonus episode of our podcast, we talk to the directors of Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool and Ingrid Goes West, Paul McGuigan and Matt Spicer.
In this episode of the Curzon Film Podcast, we race along with the Safdie Brothers pulsing, neon all-nighter Good Time, as well as talking to one of the films directors Josh
On this edition of the Curzon Film Podcast we speak to one of the lead actors, Hugh Bonneville, about the lovable bear from darkest Peru, what he has come to symbolise in the post-Brexit age, and what fun Paddington 2 is going to be for kids and adults alike.
The Safdie brothers, directors of the wild ride that is Good Time, helped us make it through the night, selecting six of their favourite films that take place over 24 hours.
This week we had the absolute pleasure of talking to both Willem Dafoe and Sean Baker, the star and the director of The Florida Project, one of the year's most unexpected cinematic delights.
We're so excited to bring you not one, but two interviews from the team behind one of the most staggering films of the year, The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
Birds Eye View has been championing female filmmakers and tackling gender inequality in film since 2002. This week we welcome Birds Eye View director Mia Bays on to the podcast to discuss Rungano Nyoni's striking first feature I Am Not a Witch
Bill Morrison turns the incredible discovery in 1978 of films from the early 20th century perfectly preserved under ice in Dawson City, Yukon (Canada) into a beguiling social history of early cinema and long-forgotten people and places in this fascinating documentary