For over 80 years, Curzon has been the UK's go-to place for unforgettable cinema. From cult classics and arthouse gems to Hollywood must-sees, we bring you the best films international independent cinema has to offer. Find us in London, Canterbury, Colchester, Knutsford, Oxford, Ripon and Sheffield.
Jean Cocteau’s Orphée returns to screens on 19 October, so we spoke to the BFI about their hypnotic new artwork, commissioned to celebrate the restoration of a cinema classic.
In this episode we're talking about Damien Chazelle's latest out of this world directorial effort First Man, which chronicles the story of Neil Armstrong's journey to the moon.
Neil Armstrong’s official biographer, James R. Hansen, tells us all about his book ‘First Man’, the new film First Man, and that eponymous first man who inspired it all.
In this episode we preview the 62nd edition of the BFI London Film Festival, which takes over the cinemas of the capital this October. We're also lucky enough to be joined by two of the festivals programmers Kate Taylor and MIchael Blyth.
Richard Ashcroft, Kevin Armstrong, Cypress Hill’s DJ Muggs and Mercury-nominated Kathryn Williams tell us about the first time they braved centre-stage.
Making use of rotoscope animation, expat Iranian filmmaker Ali Soozandeh creates a portrait of contemporary Tehran that would be impossible by any other means. Ian Haydn Smith talks to Soozandeh about his taboo-busting drama.
In this episode we're discussing The Wife - a new drama set to earn Glenn Close another Oscar nomination - and talk to director Björn Runge.
More than just a statement of great acting, Glenn Close’s performance in The Wife is the summation of a career playing iconic and challenging characters. Writer Manuela Lazic traces the roles that have led to this award-worthy moment.
Summer may be long gone, but cinema thrives in all seasons. So many films, so much Christmas shopping to fit them around, so Curzon’s Irene Musumeci has picked the highlights playing at your local Curzon cinema this autumn.
Our weekly show delves deep into one selected film each week, as our staff from head office and cinemas discuss the main independent releases. We host filmmakers for interviews and welcome different guests and contributors each week alongside our regular hosts Jake and Sam. The Curzon Film Podcast is available on Acast and iTunes. Dig into the archives for some classic episodes including Call Me By Your Name with Luca Guadagnino and Lady Bird with Greta Gerwig.