Marking her long-awaited return to filmmaking, Faces Places sees iconic, 90-year-old auteur Agnès Varda forging an unlikely partnership with enigmatic photographer JR as they embark on a road trip unlike any other.Read More
Set during the First World War, Xavier Beauvois’ The Guardians is a studied and empowered film, telling the story of a small farm in rural France and the three women who are left to keep it alive while the men are away on the Front Line.
Melissa Harrison considers and admires Xavier Beauvois' The Guardians, a studied and emotive work that shares a great deal with Harrison's upcoming novel 'All Among the Barley,'Read More
Sarah Saraj on Jeune Femme’s thirty-something female heroine and her desire to thrive.Read More
In the spirit of our ‘Juvenile Delinquents’ theme on Curzon12, we take a look at how real life rebels have been discovered by – and inspired – auteurs, from Truffaut to the Dardennes.
As we celebrate the release of sparkling new French comedy drama The Midwife on 7 July, here's our countdown of 11 reasons why we adore Gallic goddess Catherine Deneuve.Read More
We welcome the acclaimed director of Swimming Pool & In The House, François Ozon on to the podcast this week, to discuss his new film Frantz.Read More
We welcome Katell Quillévéré on to the podcast this week to talk about the tapestry of stories behind her new film Heal the LivingRead More
We welcome Raoul Peck, director of Oscar nominated doc 'I Am Not Your Negro' on to the show; as well as director Julia Ducournau, whose feminist cannibal horror 'Raw' has people fainting in the aisles.Read More
The acclaimed director of Irma Vep and Clouds of Sils Maria, Olivier Assayas, joins us to talk about his new film Personal Shopper.Read More
In this episode of The Curzon Film Podcast we attempt to anaylse Paul Verhoeven's astonishing, labyrinthine character study Elle.Read More
Sam interviews director Anne Fontaine, on the day of the release of her great wartime drama The Innocents.Read More