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This week we discuss Final Portrait, a character sketch of artist Alberto Giacometti, directed by the great Stanley Tucci.
To mark the release of beautiful Jacques Cousteau biopic 'The Odyssey' on 18 August, we spoke to French star Lambert Wilson about diving around the world, being stranded in the Antarctic, and why Donald Trump has got it so wrong on environmental issues.
We're thrilled to welcome David Lowery, director of A Ghost Story on to the Curzon Podcast this week, as well as Beyond Clueless and Fish Story director Charlie Lyne, to discuss his new film about aspect ratios Frames and Containers
In this edition of the Curzon Film Podcast, we speak to Alice Lowe (Prevenge, Sightseers) and director Gareth Tunley, about their new psyhco-thriller The Ghoul.
After a screening at Curzon Soho, we're thrilled to bring you a Q&A with Matthew Heineman, director of Cartel Land, discussing his latest documentary City of Ghosts
In anticipation of the stunning new 4k restoration of Howards End, we speak to star Sam West
In 2016 Curzon staff member, Jack Guttmann, produced a feature film with director Gareth Tunley. The Ghoul was selected for the London Film Festival, nominated for a BIFA, and is soon to hit our screens.
We celebrate the re-release of Merchant Ivory’s masterpiece Howards End (presented in a sumptuous 4K restoration) at Curzon Mayfair with an exclusive stills gallery.
"We shall fight on the beaches" Said Churchill. So Christopher Nolan creates a landscape of scurfy sea foam with a mass of extras dressed as soldiers standing in olive against the grey water.