Discover new favourites and revisit hidden gems in Curzon’s specially selected Voyager programme. Presenting festival highlights, cult classics, documentaries and the best arthouse picks, Voyager brings new worlds to the big screen.

Voyager tickets are £7.50 or £5.00 for Curzon Members.

Where are you taking me?

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David, who gets by doing odd jobs, meets Lena, who has just moved up to Paris, and fall in love. But soon after, his life is brutally interrupted by the sudden death of his sister. Beyond the shock and pain, David now finds himself alone with his young niece Amanda to care for.

Wednesday 26 February Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon

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Long Day's Journey Into Night 3D

Travelling back to his hometown for his father’s funeral, Luo finds himself searching for a lost love. The search takes him into a watery underworld that plays in a single take that has the elegance of ballet and the filmmaking ingeniousness of a Rube Goldberg device.

Extra screening due to popular demand: Thursday 27 February 8.15pm | Curzon Aldgate

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Force Majeure

As Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell hit the slopes in Downhill, an American remake of Force Majeure, Curzon Voyager brings the 2014 Swedish comedy drama back to cinemas.

The film follows an aspirational middle class family, whose idyllic skiing holiday in the French Alps takes a turn following the father's reaction to an imminent avalanche, throwing his position in the marriage into question.

A lot has happened since its release, with director Ruben Östlund going on to win the Cannes Palme d'Or with his next film The Square, and a certain clip from a crucial part of the film going viral and inspiring thousands of social media posts.

Darkly comic and sharply observed, Force Majeure is a must see in its original (and, whisper it, best) format.

Thursday 5 March Aldgate | Wimbledon

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A Streetcar Named Desire

Back in cinemas courtesy of a crisp digital re-issue, Elia Kazan's legendary 1951 adaptation of Tennessee Williams’s play is famed for the brute and unruly power of Marlon Brando’s performance, an early expression of the method style of acting that had such a marked influence on American cinema over the coming decades.

In the sticky heat of New Orleans' French Quarter, Blanche DuBois (Vivien Leigh), a small-town beauty who feels her best years are behind her, arrives at the modest apartment of her sister Stella (Kim Hunter) and her explosive husband Stanley Kowalski (Marlon Brando).

Wednesday 11 March Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon

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Kleber Mendonça Filho, the director of Aquarius, and collaborator Juliano Dornelles have come up with a politically loaded riff on The Most Dangerous Game scenario. It’s a thrilling blend of genre thrills and shocks, and smart satire.

Bacurau, a settlement in rural Brazil, is shaken by its matriarch’s death. But something strange is happening, the water supply has been cut off, and the village has disappeared from satellite maps completely.

Under threat from an unknown enemy, Bacurau braces itself for a brutal fight for survival.

Wednesday 25 March Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria

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A cinematic experience 7 years in the making about legendary American dancer and choreographer, Merce Cunningham, created through weaving together his iconic dances and never-before-seen archival treasures between 1942 and 1972 - an era of risk and discovery for Merce and his collaborators composer John Cage, Andy Warhol and visual artist Robert Rauschenberg.

Wednesday 8 April 6.15pm | Curzon Ripon

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3D screenings Wednesday 8 April Aldgate | Colchester | Oxford

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And Then We Danced

And Then We Danced is a vibrant and intense love story set in the dynamic but ultra-conservative world of traditional Georgian dance.

Young male dancer Merab has been training since a young age at the National Georgian Ensemble with his dance partner Mary. His world is suddenly turned upside down when the charismatic and carefree Irakli arrives and becomes both his strongest rival and his forbidden desire. Merab finds himself having to break free and risk it all.

Levan Akin calls upon the talents of actors and physicality of professional dancers (including lead Levan Gelbakhiani in his first acting role) for his portrail of the intensity of desire.

And Then We Danced contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

Wednesday 8 April Canterbury | Knutsford | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon

Wednesday 22 April | Richmond

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The Painted Bird

Václav Marhoul adapts for the screen and directs Jerzy Kosinski’s controversial novel about a lone child traversing the perilous terrain of Eastern Europe at the end of World War II.

Petr Kotlár gives a desistating performance for one so young as an unnamed boy, entrusted by his Jewish parents to an elderly foster mother in an effort to escape persecution. Following a tragedy, he is on his own.

Wandering through the desecrated countryside, the boy encounters villagers and soldiers whose own lives have been brutally altered, and who are intent on revisiting this brutality in return.

Shot in stark black and white and coming in just under 3 hours in runtime, The Painted Bird is an immersive and unflinching portrait of the depths humanity can reach in its worst moments of desperation, eliciting phantasmagorical horror out of a historical setting.

Tueday 14 April Aldgate | Canterbury | Oxford | Sheffield | Wimbledon

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The Elephant Man

The story of John Merrick, a man in the Victorian era who was born with severe disfigurement, is presented here with compassion and verve.

Released on its 40th anniversary, David Lynch’s extraordinary evocation of late-19th century London is made all the more richer by John Hurt and Anthony Hopkins’ extraordinary performances.

Tuesday 28 April Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon

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