In partnership with the Irish Film Board, Curzon Home Cinema kicks off a season celebrating the best in Irish cinema. The line-up includes the critically acclaimed and award-winning Parked and Waveriders, as well as Eden, Hill Street, Snap and Barbaric Genius.Read More
A superb performance from Tom Hardy and a cast of intriguing supporting characters saves this often rudderless New York based crime drama from the drop.
Life-affirming, powerful and utterly moving, this account of Scottish music icon Edwyn Collins is a truly remarkable achievement in filmmaking.
Insightful and provocative, Laura Poitras’ firsthand account of the days preceding Edward Snowden’s explosive revelations is quietly momentous and powerful.
Elegant, beautiful, magical and affecting, Tomm Moore’s Song Of The Sea is a touchstone for the continued importance of hand-drawn animation.
Set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack, Girlhood encapsulates the careless, giddy energy of teendom, but much like its protagonist, is a little confused with its…Read More
Carell, Ruffalo and Tatum are a stellar triumvirate in this unsettling and bone-chillingly creepy true story.Read More
Ferocious, electric and unrelenting, Simmons and Teller never miss a beat in Damien Chazelle’s phenomenal second feature. Whiplash by Dave O’Flanagan Boasting not one,…Read More
An entertaining modern Western with the magnetic Mads Mikkelsen, The Salvation is gorgeous to look at – but as hollow as a Ten-gallon hat.Read More
An excellent Argentine selection box of intricate short stories; crazy, caustic, and ingeniously clever.Read More
Life-affirming and utterly moving, this account of Scottish music icon Edwyn Collins is a truly remarkable achievement in filmmaking.Read More
A superb performance from Tom Hardy and a cast of intriguing supporting characters saves this often rudderless New York based crime drama from the drop.Read More
Coupled with an uncompromisingly bloated running time, Sergei Loznitsa’s sedate style of shooting renders this account of civil unrest in Kiev disengaging.Read More
Dukhtar by Dave O’Flanagan The prospect of Afia Nathaniel’s directorial debut was an intriguing one in light of Pakistan’s slow but steady shuffle in…Read More