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We're thrilled to welcome, Ruben Östlund, the director of the Palme D'or winning The Square on to the Curzon Film Podcast this week, as well as the magnetic Claes Bang who plays Christian, a gallery curator stuck in the centre of Östlund's maelstrom of social anxiety and dark comedy.
We spoke to Warwick Thornton about his new Western, Sweet Country, and his efforts to rewrite the long lost indigenous history of Australia.
Many of our readers and patrons will have already heard the news that our much loved cinema, Curzon Chelsea, will be closing its doors at the end of March, 2018... but that's not the whole story.
Film writer, Nikki Baughan, turns a keen eye and ear to Lynne Ramsay's use of cinema and the ways in which she evokes the fragile and damaged state of mind of her characters in her new film, You Were Never Really Here.
We talk to Lynne Ramsay, director of You Were Never Really Here, a tour de force of the most visceral filmmaking.
Inspired by Ruben Östlund's Palme d'Or winning The Square, we've created a virtual art gallery where you can visit some of the installations seen in the film
In February 2018, Little White Lies set its readers a challenge to create a work of art inspired by Lynne Ramsay's You Were Never Really Here and its powerhouse lead, Joaquin Phoenix.
It's often said that cinema holds up a mirror to the world, and forces us to reflect on ourselves and those around us, so we've taken a good hard look at the world as reflected in Sebastián Lelio's A Fantastic Woman.
The ONLY FILMS OF THE YEAR LIST THAT REALLY MATTERS
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.