EO, veteran director Jerzy Skolimowski’s compelling, beautifully shot homage to Bresson’s classic, takes a donkey’s eye view of the vagaries of life.
The French female astronaut in woman-centred Proxima, directed by Anna Winocour, is torn apart by the conflict between needing the freedom to achieve and the pain of separation from her daughter.
Writer/director Hong Khaou draws upon his own experiences in Monsoonwith this moving story of a British-Vietnamese man returning to Saigon.
Waiting for the Barbarians by acclaimed director Ciro Guerra is a beautiful, well-acted, slow-moving allegory of imperialism.
The Uncertain Kingdom collection of short films is a powerfully diverse commentary on 21st century Britain.
Curzon’s Live Q&A series continues with Mark Jenkin, director of Bait hosted by Mark Kermode on Tuesday 31 March.
The Cold War classic Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is re-released in the Stanley Kubrick season prefaced with a new short documentary Stanley Kubrick Considers The Bomb.
Tides directed by Tupaq Felber is a black-and-white, quiet unfolding of old friendships.
A silent masterpiece years ahead of its time. Napoleon by French director Abel Gance has been lovingly restored by Kevin Brownlow, with a new score by Carl Davis.Read More