Stream 12 essential films at home each month in our new free service only for Curzon cinemas members!
Our regular blog series will take you deeper into these curated films with guest posts from film lovers, mavericks and free spirits.
Don't miss our curated monthly themes, which will feature 3 highlighted essential films to inspire and provoke debate. Our Curzon12 launch theme is Juvenile Delinquents, so get reading to discover more about teenage tearaways on screen...
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Prompting walkouts and think pieces galore, Lars von Trier announced himself as cinemas antichrist with his self-titled 2009 film, Antichrist. He’s been gone for a while, but here are a few ways you can contact him.
No other film festival is as prestigious as Cannes. And no other film festival has seen more controversy and outrage.
The latest Curzon12 selection marks the 50th anniversary of a turbulent moment in global politics and highlights the pivotal role that cinema played in it.
To celebrate the festive season, and Curzon12's Soul Food theme, we're sharing a heart-warming recipe for traditional North African fish couscous, as featured in Abdellatif Kechiche's 2007 family drama Couscous.
With culinary classic Babette's Feast now streaming as part of our Soul Food collection on Curzon12, discover why you should re-visit this nourishing Oscar-winner.
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.
Rebels with a cause? To tie into our first Curzon12 theme ‘Juvenile Delinquents’, we pay tribute to the evolution of delinquents on screen through the decades, from the work of Francois Truffaut to Andrea Arnold.
In our first ever Curzon12 blog post, programmer Heather tells us why Truffaut's The 400 Blows is so important to her, and how it inspired Curzon's new streaming service for cinema members.