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We're joined by Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton, on the Curzon Film Podcast this week, to discuss their period comedy drama Their Finest.
In this episode of the Curzon Film Podcast, we discuss Park Chan Wook's remarkable erotic thriller The Handmaiden. We also discuss the new adaptation of Julian Barnes' novel The Sense of Ending, starring Jim Broadbent.
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.
We're extremely excited to welcome Ben Wheatley on to the Curzon Film Podcast this week, to talk about his new film, Free Fire. Plus, we also have Cristian Mungiu, director of 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days in to talk about his new film Graduation.
To celebrate the release of A Quiet Passion, we’re giving you the chance to win a bundle of goodies including a copy of The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson (the only one-volume edition containing all of her verse), DVDs and a film poster. Enter now!
Terence Davies’ remarkable portrait of American poet Emily Dickinson A Quiet Passion mines the soul and humanity of its subject through her art and her family - though which she values more is hard to say, writes Ally Clow.