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To celebrate the release of his new documentary on the great director, Mark Cousins has curated a season of films with the lavish style Orson Welles was renowned for. Watch 'The Eyes of Orson Welles' in our cinemas and on demand and stream Mark's picks below. "In each case, these films seem to have more style then they need. They go beyond realism or understatement, and take us into a wild world. They seem bursting with a love of film, with its operatic potential. They have elements of magic, myth or the circus. In all of this they have Welles' exuberant approach, his uncontainable with way a camera. Welles' film and these movies dynamise the world. They make it exciting, an adventure, a labyrinth." - director Mark Cousins
Discover one of France's greatest filmmakers with the Gleaning Truths Touring Programme! Kicking off this week in cinemas nationwide and on Curzon Home Cinema, 8 brand new digital restorations of Agnès Varda’s best-known films will be touring venues across the UK. The programme includes extensive cinema previews of her upcoming Oscar-nominated documentary 'Faces Places' - on general release in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema 21 September. Agnès Varda was making new wave films before the French New Wave existed. This curated retrospective shows why Varda - now in her 90th year and showing no signs of slowing down - is a vital presence on the landscape of cinema. Her first feature was 'La Pointe Courte' (1955), a drama set in a fishing town that appeared four years before the debut of Truffaut and Godard. 'Cléo from 5 to 7' (1961) captured the carefree atmosphere of early 1960s Paris through its real-time portrait of a pop singer awaiting important news, while the rapturously colourful 'Le Bonheur' (1965) exposes hypocrisy and the fairness of gender relations in family life. If 'Vagabond' (1985) presented a raw account of life for one rootless woman – featuring a stunning performance by Sandrine Bonnaire – and 'Jacquot de Nantes' (1991) presents a lyrical portrait of Varda's late husband Jacques Demy's early life, her more recent films engage in her own style of personal documentary. Taken together, 'The Gleaners and I' (2000) and 'The Beaches of Agnès' (2008) are joyous celebrations of the world around us and the people that inhabit it.
As the powerful British drama 'Apostasy' lands in Curzon cinemas and on Curzon on Demand, we have curated a collection of like-minded films that explore the lengths some go to in order to find meaning in their lives. Each film explores the way our daily lives intersect with subjects beyond our control, as well as the relationship between personal faith and the institutions that define and determine it. From a young girl tremulously approaching her confirmation and priests confronting a seemingly godless world, to a woman coerced into conformity and an infamous organisation that claims to offer an answer to leading a happy life, each of these films finds people searching for meaning and a sense of belonging.
Fancy taking the ride of your life? Retribution, distrust, anger and violence form the heart of these mind-bending, atmospheric and suspenseful thrillers that will have your heart pounding long after the credits have rolled.
To all new customers, welcome to Curzon Home Cinema! We're really pleased that you've taken the time to register, so we'd like to offer you your first film for free. Choose one of these films and then apply the voucher code linked to your welcome email to enjoy a film for free. For more info please visit: welcome.curzonhomecinema.com