The Films That Made Us: The Graduate

The Films That Made Us: The Graduate

Ben from the Curzon Cinemas programming team talks about the affinity he once shared with Benjamin Braddock of The Graduate. There may not have been lilo's, but there was plenty of youthful indecision. 

The Graduate Competition

The Graduate Competition

To celebrate the 50th anniversary re-release of The Graduate, we've a number of prize bundles to give away.  

15 must-see WTF films

15 must-see WTF films

There aren’t likely to be many films released this year with a higher WTF quota than Bruno Dumont’s beautifully shot, utterly barking Slack Bay. To celebrate, here are 15 of the craziest cinematic masterpieces ever made.

General Election 2017: A Question of Leadership

General Election 2017: A Question of Leadership

Our third blog feature themed around the General Election tackles the thorny questions of political leadership in film, from satires and biopics of charismatic American leaders to portrayals of corruption in the high ranks of politics. 

The Films That Made Us: Laurence Anyways

The Films That Made Us: Laurence Anyways

Heather from the Curzon Home Cinema team writes about Laurence Anyways, the film that introduced her to the melodramatic might of Xavier Dolan. 

Survival and resistance: Destination Unknown

Survival and resistance: Destination Unknown

Twelve survivors, twelve families torn apart by the Holocaust, twelve people striving to build a new future after the war. Sean Parnell reviews upcoming documentary Destination Unknown, ahead of a very special DocDays + Q&A with one of the film's subjects, Holocaust survivor Ed Mosberg. 

General Election 2017: On Political Punditry

General Election 2017: On Political Punditry

This week has seen a shift in the British electoral landscape with the high profile TV debates, and surprises on both sides of the political divide. Ian Hayden Smith examines the thrilling portrayal of debates, campaigning and punditry on film.

Wonder woman - a call to arms

Wonder woman - a call to arms

Will I be seeing the new Wonder Woman film? Most emphatically, yes. This is a no-brainer for two reasons: Female Lead. Female Director.

The Films That Made Us: In the Cut

The Films That Made Us: In the Cut

For this entry to The Films That Made Us series we've invited Rowan Woods, one half of Misc. Films, to talk about Jane Campion's In the Cut. Misc. Films is a London based programming collective run by Rowan and her business partner Michael Leader. 

Cannes Confidential

Cannes Confidential

Fresh from this year's Cannes Film Festival, Kate Gerova, Head of Marketing at Curzon Cinemas, brings tales of fashionistas, mammoth queues, and films that will mark 2017 as a year to remember.