Since 1934 the Curzon name has signified unforgettable cinema.

Today Curzon is an integrated exhibition and content distribution group that combines Curzon Cinemas, Curzon Artificial Eye and Curzon Home Cinema. We pride ourselves in our outstanding venues, innovative ideas and acclaimed films. Our Head Office team and cinema staff are knowledgeable, curious and passionate about film. With over eighty years' experience in the business we truly are cinema connoisseurs. 

Curzon Cinemas is the UK’s leading independent cinema group. Our twelve venues across the country are designed and furnished individually according to their unique character, and equipped with groundbreaking cinema technology. The distinctive film programming offers the very best in film, events and alternative content for a discerning and curious audience. As of 2015, Curzon Cinemas are the first independent cinema group in the UK to pay the Living Wage.

Curzon Home Cinema is our digital platform that offers the opportunity to watch specially selected films from the same day as their cinema release. A vast library of carefully curated film collections offers an opportunity to catch up with auteur filmographies, cult classics and independent and world cinema gems. 

Curzon Artificial Eye is the company's distribution label. The amalgam of Curzon Film World, which this year released the critically acclaimed box office hit 'Still Alice' starring Oscar & BAFTA winner Julianne Moore, and Artificial Eye, the long-established and much-loved independent film label. Founded by Andi Engel in 1975, Artificial Eye is a world cinema pioneer that has since its inception championed the work of towering auteurs like Krzysztof Kieslowski, Eric Rohmer, Andrei Tarkovsky, Alain Resnais, Robert Bresson, Bela Tarr and Marguerite Duras. Artificial Eye has released more winners of the Cannes Palme d'Or than any other UK distributor, with titles including ‘The Class’ (2008), ‘The White Ribbon’ (2009), ‘Amour’ (2012) and ‘Blue Is The Warmest Colour’ (2013). Upcoming releases include '45 Years' by Andrew Haigh starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay.