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In anticipation of our upcoming Scala x Enthusiasms screening, Jane Giles, Scala programmer from 1988 - 1992, retraces the Scala’s rise to infamy.
We’re delighted to present a collection of coming-of-age films from female directors, curated by our friends at Birds’ Eye View as part of their pioneering Reclaim The Frame project.
For his feature debut, acclaimed actor John Carroll Lynch directs Harry Dean Stanton in one of his finest and final roles. Lynch spoke to Ian Haydn Smith about his first time behind the camera, and Harry Dean Stanton’s last time in front of it…
In this episode we're talking about Lucky, the directorial debut from the very familiar faced John Carroll Lynch (Fargo, Zodiac) and the final performance of the late, great Harry Dean Stanton.
Our Man in Toronto is back… in Toronto, sending word of the best films soon to play on Curzon screens. In his first correspondence from TIFF 2018, our man travels to the moon with Damien Chazelle’s First Man.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Desiree Akhavan’s Sundance Grand Jury winner, is an articulate and funny drama that speaks out against the current tide of social conservatism in the US. Leigh Singer talks to Akhavan about her acclaimed second feature.
Cannes might be the bastion of world cinema and Venice might share in the élan and sophistication that the best of Europe can offer, but Toronto is where discussion about the front-runners and key contenders really begins.
Desiree Akhavan (Appropriate Behavior) on to the podcast to talk about her Sundance award winning sophomore feature The Miseducation of Cameron Post
The ONLY FILMS OF THE YEAR LIST THAT REALLY MATTERS
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.