Anarchic Absurdism: The Films of Ruben Östlund

To celebrate the release of the Ruben Östlund Collection and selected screenings at Curzon Cinemas, we are delighted to present a retrospective recognising the work of everybody’s favourite arthouse trickster.

Queer Cinema: Repress

For our next Pride-themed collection we are focusing on repression, whether it be societal (Blue Jean) or familial (Joyland) expectations, and the undeniable effects it can have on the LGBTQ+ community even in 2023.

Queer Cinema: Address

As Pride month begins, we look at the films that delve into a wide range of subject matters that still affect the LGBTQ+ community today including race (Young Soul Rebels), persecution (120 BPM), religion (Beyond the Hills) and mental health (Close).

Pride Month 2023

This Pride Month, we’re celebrating LGBTQIA+ cinema with a series of events. Check out our rereleases of queer-cinema classics from Sean Baker’s iPhone-shot trans sex worker drama Tangerine to the smouldering Merchant-Ivory romance Maurice, both of which are also available to watch on Curzon Home Cinema.

Summer Breeze: The Best of the Cannes Film Festival

This year’s edition of the Cannes International Film Festival boasts an exciting array of talent from Ceylan to Haynes to Rohrwacher. Check out some of the most audacious films to debut at the French Riviera.

Éric Rohmer

There are certain hallmarks you would expect to find in an Éric Rohmer film: sensuality, banality and infidelity. His insouciant style has become synonymous with the French romp, as evidenced by the newly added quadrilogy, Tales of the Four Seasons.

Retracing the Past

As the protagonist of Curzon Film’s latest release Nostalgia learns, sometimes you have to look back to move forward. The titles featured in this collection all share that specific, bittersweet feeling of reminiscing memories.

In the Mood for Love

From fleeting romances to long-suffering marriages, we have assembled 50 of the greatest romances in cinematic history for Valentine’s Day.

Director's Picks: Andrey Paounov

To celebrate the release of January on Curzon Home Cinema, we are thrilled to welcome writer/director Andrey Paounov, who has curated a selection of his favourite titles.

Discover the collection with films as enthralling and enigmatic as January itself, including masterful works from Andrei Tarkovsky, Béla Tarr, David Lynch and Michael Haneke.

Rest In Punk: Vivienne Westwood

Revolutionary and rebellious, Vivienne Westwood was the queen of British fashion. To mark the passing of this true original, we’ve curated a collection celebrating her life and career.

Curzon's Guide to an Alternative Christmas

When is a Christmas film not a Christmas film? Set at Christmas, or with memorable festive scenes, our new collection takes a sideways glance at the holiday season - when things aren’t always merry and bright.

12 Days of Curzon Christmas

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me, twelve drummers drumming, eleven pipers piping, ten lords a-leaping, nine ladies dancing, eight maids a-milking, seven swans a-swimming, six geese a-laying, five gold rings, four calling birds, three French hens, two turtledoves and a partridge in a pear tree.

Join us for the 12 Days of Curzon Christmas, inspired by our library of contemporary and classic films.

Love Will Tear Us Apart

With the enchantingly beautiful What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? released on Curzon Home Cinema, we take a look at onscreen relationships distanced by society, circumstance and time.

Whether slow-burning romances that tenderly blossom, or tales of whirlwind lovers who are devastatingly torn apart, discover the achingly romantic films in this collection.