For over 80 years, Curzon has been the UK's go-to place for unforgettable cinema. From cult classics and arthouse gems to Hollywood must-sees, we bring you the best films international independent cinema has to offer. Find us in London, Canterbury, Colchester, Knutsford, Oxford, Ripon and Sheffield.
A new curated selection on Curzon12 highlights London’s role as one of the most iconic cinematic cities.
To celebrate the release of The Workshop in cinemas & on demand Friday 16 November, we’ve partnered with City Lit to offer an amazing prize bundle for aspiring writers.
With the release of Wildlife and Widows, buzzwords and phrases like ‘strong female character’ are losing momentum in favour of a richer, messier kind of woman to care about.
In a week of remarkable cinema releases, we discuss two of the year's most acclaimed films, Steve McQueen's Widows and Wildlife, directed by Paul Dano, who we also spoke to for this episode.
Editor of the Curzon Magazine, Ian Haydn Smith, looks through BBC Culture’s list of the best foreign language films and compiles his own top ten.
Curzon Home Cinema celebrates the arrival of Dogman and Sicario 2: Soldado with a new collection, The Italian Connection, available to watch now on Curzon Home Cinema.
In this condensed episode, we sit down with Mike Leigh, to discuss his lauded historical epic Peterloo, which debuted at the Venice Film Festival to great acclaim.
Peterloo Art Director, Jane Brodie, tells us all about the painstaking recreation of those proud flags of resistance, flying high in Mike Leigh’s historical epic.
In this special episode of The Curzon Film Podcast, we venture from our seats at the cinema to seats at the theatre, for an interview with Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch about the play ‘Red’.
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.