Cinema has done so much to progress the representation of LGBTQ+ lives. This season from around the world entertains as much as it informs.

2024 Oscar Nominees

Congratulations to the films shortlisted for the 2024 Academy Awards. Watch a selection of the nominees on Curzon Home Cinema. Winners will be announced on Sunday 10 March 2024.

A Dish Best Served Cold

In the latest release Femme, directors Sam H. Freeman and Ng Choon Ping tackle the nuances of exacting revenge and demanding justice. Check out this collection featuring films that similarly tow this line…

UK Jewish Film Festival 2023

We are delighted to partner with the UK Jewish Film Festival 2023, taking place this autumn in cinemas across the UK.

Discover a spectacular range of films from around the world exploring Jewish life and culture, including brand new films, such as Kidnapped.

Time and Memory: Remembering Terence Davies

We mourn the loss of the inimitable Terence Davies, who died at the age of 77.

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.