Voyager

A new programming strand selected by Curzon programmers

For dreamers, adventurers, free spirits and curiosity seekers (or if you’d like to be any of these things).

We know time is short so sometimes you just want us to cut to the chase - this is the gem you need to see - the film that will stay with you for days afterward or the cult movie you should have seen years ago. Or maybe its just time to watch again. From festival favourites to foreign language arthouse we will leave no stone unturned to bring you the most exciting cinema of the day. Join us on the journey.

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

Where are you taking me?

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Children of the Snow Land

High in the Himalayan mountains, for a child to go to school they won't see their family for over ten years while being educated in Kathmandu.

This documentary following a group of such children making the journey home, to be reunited with their families after over a decade apart, has made an impact around the world.

Thursday 23 May - Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria | Wimbledon

Screening at Curzon Richmond to be followed by Q&A with filmmakers Zara Balfour and Marcus Stephenson.

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Also available to watch on demand with Curzon Home Cinema.


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Happy as Lazzaro

A rural Italian village, where the sun shines and the people are humble, but just out of sight discomfort is brewing.

Beautifully filmed in a style reminiscent of past Italian greats, Happy as Lazzaro is part-drama, part-fairytale, and, like all good fairy tales, it hints at something deeper; a portrait of exploitation and oppression within 'the kingdom'.

Thursday 30 May - Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria

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Woman at War

The words 'Icelandic' and 'comedy' may not normally go hand in hand, but you'll find they fit perfectly after watching this hilarious, poignant and utterly original film.

Halla, a middle-aged part-time choir mistress has a second life as a determined guerrilla climate change activist. But while taking out energy pylons, she receives the call that she is eligible to adopt a longed-for child. Halla must make a choice: fight for the future of all humanity or take up the cause of an unwanted child?

Thursday 13 June - Aldgate | Canterbury | Colchester | Knutsford | Oxford | Richmond | Ripon | Sheffield | Victoria

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