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Here we go again, with a new episode of The Curzon Film Podcast, this week we're chatting about the much anticipated sequel (and prequel) to smash hit musical adaptation Mamma Mia!
A filmmaker unafraid to tackle the most challenging of subjects – mortality, the nature of morality and the labyrinth that is our basest desires – First Reformed finds director Paul Schrader exploring life in a society perpetually at war, whilst looking back on themes that dominate his most acclaimed and controversial work. He talks to Ryan Hewitt about this film, faith and existentialism.
In anticipation of this weekend's special screenings of The Last Days of Disco and Love & Friendship, Stillman tells us about the surprises and delights of turning his two much-loved films into novels.
The big heat is about to get hotter for Curzon members with Curzon12’s Criminal Minds selection, now available on Curzon Home Cinema, free to watch for all Curzon members.
This is a plea for you to consider watching Frederick Wiseman’s magnificent, 197-minute Ex Libris: The New York Public Library in the middle of a balmy summer’s day.
After a 14 year wait, The Incredibles are finally back on our cinema screens in Pixar’s long awaited sequel and we were lucky enough to chat to the film’s producers Nicole Grindle and John Walker. PLUS in the superhero crossover event of the summer, Dave Corkery - one half of British Podcast Award winning show The Cinemile - joins the Curzon team for this incredible episode.
Starring Elle Fanning as the titular author, Mary Shelley is the directorial follow up to Wadjda from Saudi Arabian director Haifaa al-Mansour, and we were lucky enough to sit down with her to talk about her latest work.
Mary Shelley was still a teenager when she wrote her most famous novel, the Gothic masterpiece 'Frankenstien or a Modern Promethus'. In the spirit of championing young, forward thinking and creative minds, we asked a group of young women to share their thoughts on Haifaa al-Mansours new film, Mary Shelley.
The ONLY FILMS OF THE YEAR LIST THAT REALLY MATTERS
Our weekly show delves deep into one selected film each week, as our staff from head office and cinemas discuss the main independent releases. We host filmmakers for interviews and welcome different guests and contributors each week alongside our regular hosts Jake and Sam. The Curzon Film Podcast is available on Acast and iTunes. Dig into the archives for some classic episodes including Call Me By Your Name with Luca Guadagnino and Lady Bird with Greta Gerwig.