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Birds Eye View has been championing female filmmakers and tackling gender inequality in film since 2002. This week we welcome Birds Eye View director Mia Bays on to the podcast to discuss Rungano Nyoni's striking first feature I Am Not a Witch
Bill Morrison turns the incredible discovery in 1978 of films from the early 20th century perfectly preserved under ice in Dawson City, Yukon (Canada) into a beguiling social history of early cinema and long-forgotten people and places in this fascinating documentary
Featuring reviews of 120 BPM, I Am Not a Witch, The Shape of Water, Columbus, Sweet Country, A Fantastic Woman and more, we highlight some of our favourites from this year's BFI London Film Festival
In the midst of the London Film Festival we see the release of Sally Potter's latest film The Party, a sharp, stylish and very funny take on familial and political dynamics that you won't want to miss an invitation to.
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To celebrate the launch of the London Film Festival, we were lucky enough to speak to Kate Taylor about her role as one of the festival's programmers.
In the spirit of our ‘Juvenile Delinquents’ theme on Curzon12, we take a look at how real life rebels have been discovered by – and inspired – auteurs, from Truffaut to the Dardennes.
In this episode of the Curzon Film Podcast, we chat about Peter Mackie Burns' feature debut Daphe, starring Emily Beecham as a thirty-something Londoner who, after witnessing a traumatic event, comes to an emotional crossroads in her life.