Curzon Home Cinema announces British Isles streaming season
James R | On 10, Jul 2015
Curzon Home Cinema has announced a new season of British Isles films this summer.
The streaming service, which relaunched last year, brings arthouse and indie titles from Curzon Film World’s own labels (including Artificial Eye) and other distributors to online viewers – often on the same day as their release in cinemas.
The pay-per-view site has often placed an emphasis on curation of content, with themed collections, as well as occasional festival day-and-date releases. From 24th July, Curzon will dedicate a season to acclaimed films from around the British Isles, including A Field in England and The Selfish Giant.
With the support of Creative England, Irish Film Board, Northern Ireland Screen, Archant, Creative Scotland, Ffilm Cymru Wales and Film London, the confirmed titles for the season so far are:
From Birmingham – ONE MILE AWAY
From Manchester – THE STONE ROSES: MADE OF STONE
From West Yorkshire – THE SELFISH GIANT
From Sheffield – PULP: A FILM ABOUT LIFE, DEATH & SUPERMARKETS
From Dorset – A FIELD IN ENGLAND
From London – LILTING
From London – GONE TOO FAR
From Nottingham – A MAN’S STORY
From Ireland – WAVERIDERS
From Ireland – PARKED
From Northern Ireland: THE STORY OF CHILDREN & FILM
From East Anglia: A COCK & BULL STORY
From Scotland: FILTH
From Scotland: SHELL
From Wales: AMERICAN INTERIOR
From Wales: BYPASS
The service is currently available on Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, BT TV, Samsung Smart TV and Freesat’s Freetime.
For more information, visit the Curzon Home Cinema website at www.curzonhomecinema.com, or read our review of A Field in England – or our interview with the young stars of The Selfish Giant.