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Curzon Artificial Eye 12h
We’re very sad to hear of the passing of legendary actor Bruno Ganz, last seen in Lars Von Trier’s THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.
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Little White Lies 4h
There’s never been a film critic quite like Pauline Kael...
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Curzon 6h
2019, you are everything. Here are 19 of our most anticipated films coming to our screens this year 🎞️> <🎞️ What films are you looking forward to?
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Jake Cunningham 6h
Wow! The podcast is 1st in the TV & Film chart, thanks to everyone who's been listening 🎧 We've just released a new episode featuring on A PRIVATE WAR & Joe Cornish on THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING 🎙️ Listen here
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Curzon 8h
“I'm me and nobody else; and whatever people think I am or say I am, that's what I'm not.” In honour of Albert Finney,  hosts two screenings of his most iconic film. 9.10pm, Saturday Night > 10.45am, Sunday Morning >
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Curzon 10h
continues a tradition of films set in Harlem, that since the 1920s has come to be known as the centre of the New York's African American community. Ian Haydn Smith revisits the history of Harlem on film >
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Curzon 12h
"It can be difficult to get excited about buying a new carpet when you've just spent weeks dodging bullets all day" Chief Foreign Correspondent for The Sunday Times  tells us about the reality of life reporting from war zones >
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Curzon 13h
"The year is 1994 and Amin is a young guy who has abandoned his medical studies in Paris and come back to his hometown... Now Amin has got nothing to do but hang out, all summer long." ⭐⭐⭐⭐   In cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema now
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Little White Lies Feb 15
We’re big fans of Joe Cornish’s The Kid Who Would Be King ⚔️ 👑
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Curzon Feb 15
This week on the Curzon Film Podcast 🎧 Chief Foreign Correspondent at The Sunday Times, Christina Lamb, joins us to talk and her life as a war correspondent. Plus Joe Cornish tells us all about his fantastic fantasy
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Curzon Artificial Eye Feb 15
★★★★★ "An extraordinarily moving film" (CineVue) Watch the trailer for Lukas Dhont's acclaimed coming-of-age drama - In Cinemas & On Demand 15 March.
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Curzon Feb 14
is the latest in a long line of films to unfold in the north Manhattan neighbourhood of Harlem. We take a look at the cinematic treatment of one of the most important cultural hubs of the early 20th century
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Curzon Feb 14
A love story like no other, is the perfect antidote to all this mushiness, while still managing to be romantic in a weird kind of way. Previews tonight at Bloomsbury, Canterbury, Sheffield, Soho, Wimbledon, Aldgate and Oxford
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Curzon Artificial Eye Feb 14
Don't be THE SELFISH GIANT this Day, LET THE SUNSHINE IN and have a GOOD TIME enjoying THE GREAT BEAUTY of LOVE! ❤️
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Curzon Feb 14
Love is in the air, and all over Curzon Home Cinema. Tell Me The Truth About Love is a new collection of films that candidly and beautifully explore the complexities of what it means to fall into or be in love. Happy
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Curzon Artificial Eye Feb 13
When the world blows up, we're going down dancing 💃 Hungry for a sneak preview of what to look out for from us in 2019? Check it out now:
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Michael Garrad Feb 11
“I was a rebel with a regular salary” Paweł Pawlikowski and Adam Curtis reminisce about their days together at the BBC with Antonia Quirke, a fascinating Q&A at tonight. Thank you
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Curzon Feb 12
We're on the hunt for a new Head Chef to work at our cinema. Must have the pizzazz of Buster Keaton, minus the peculiar table manners. Here's how to apply > > >
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Curzon Feb 11
Curzon Home Cinema 🏆 One of the best places to watch European film on the web
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Curzon Feb 11
On the Curzon Podcast this week: Sir Kenneth Branagh tells us how he became Sir William Shakespeare for his new film , with credit to John Taylor and 🎧
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