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Ahead of the release of Borg vs. McEnroe, we had a chat with costume designer Kicki Ilander to talk about the painstaking work of creating the film’s ubercool early '80s courtside fashion look for the film.
We're lucky enough to sit down with the great Stellan Skarsgård to talk about his work, including his new role in Janus Metz' smashing tennis drama Borg vs McEnroe.
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.
Ahead of our screenings of Exhibition on Screen: Canaletto, the Royal Collection Trust reveal 7 things you might not know about the artist known as Canaletto.
In this edition of the Curzon Film Podcast, we welcome Phillipe Van Leeuw, director of the acclaimed, war drama Insyriated, which is released in cinemas and on demand on Curzon Home Cinema this week.
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.
Ahead of the 50th anniversary release of Luis Buñel's classic of desire and fantasy Belle de jour, Jo Evans gives us the lowdown on the great European auteur
We welcome Francis Lee, director of God's Own Country, on to the Curzon Film Podcast, as well as one of the film's stars
Win an extremely rare signed copy of John le Carré's upcoming novel with our competition to celebrate the author in conversation coming to our screens on 7 September.