50% off award-winning films
ENJOY 50% OFF ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING FILMS ON CURZON HOME CINEMA
It’s awards season and what better way to celebrate than to offer a reward to new and returning Curzon Home Cinema customers.
In anticipation of this year’s Academy Awards - and the upcoming Curzon Artificial Eye film releases of Son of Saul and Mustang which are vying for contention in the Best Foreign Language Film category - we are delighted to offer 50% off the rental price of the past four recipients of the Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award, all of which are available to watch instantly on Curzon Home Cinema.
VOUCHER CODE: CHCOSCAR50
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HOW TO CLAIM YOUR 50% FILM RENTAL DISCOUNT
- Register for a new account if you haven’t done so already.
- Sign in to your new account and go to our curated Academy Awards Collection.
- Select one film of your choosing from the selection available.
- On the film page click “WATCH FILM” and add the voucher code on the payment screen: CHCOSCAR50 (the 50% discount will be automatically applied).
- Sit back, relax and enjoy the film!
A SEPARATION (Dir. Asghar Farhadi) - 2012 winner
A Separation is a suspenseful and intelligent drama detailing the fractures and tensions at the heart of Iranian society.When his wife (Leila Hatami) leaves him, Nader (Peyman Moadi) hires a young woman (Sareh Bayat) to take care of his suffering father (Ali-Asghar Shahbazi). But he doesn't know his new maid is not only pregnant, but also working without her unstable husband's (Shahab Hosseini) permission. Soon, Nader finds himself entangled in a web of lies manipulation and public confrontations. Written and directed by Asghar Farhadi, the film boasts a range of superb performances from the ensemble cast and the compelling narrative is driven by a taut and finely written script which creates a stunning morality play with universal resonance.
AMOUR (Dir. Michael Haneke) - 2013 winner
Amour opens with police breaking into an apartment and discovering Anne's body (Emmanuelle Riva). Her husband Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is nowhere to be found. The film then travels back to what might be the couple's final outing together, a classical concert, and the onset of Anne's illness. Markedly less glacial than his earlier work, Haneke's camera takes us into this couple's life, detailing the sacrifices they have made for each other and the unimpeachable bond that exists between them. A magnificent film by a master filmmaker.
THE GREAT BEAUTY (Dir. Paolo Sorrentino) - 2014 winner
Sorrentino regular Toni Servillo plays Jep Gambardella, a once acclaimed novelist-turned-columnist, through whose world-weary eyes we witness the decadence of a bankrupt culture consuming itself. Played out like a modern La Dolce Vita, the result is a brilliant, stunningly shot satire of life in Berlusconi's Italy with all the hallmarks of Paolo Sorrentino's distinctive visual flair and directorial style.
IDA (Dir. Paweł Pawlikowski) - 2015 winner
1960s Poland. A noviciate nun, about to take her vows in the Catholic Church, is told by her Mother Superior that she will be accepted into the church after she has visited her aunt. The young and prim Anna soon finds herself in the presence of the middle-aged Wanda, her mother's sister, a raven-haired sensualist. It is here that her past - and her real name, Ida - is revealed to her for the first time. This triggers a remarkable journey into the countryside, to the family house, and to secrets that Pawlikowski ruthlessly exposes.