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Part of the pleasure of watching actors – and stars in particular – is seeing them transform into a role. After gaining pounds for his damaged soul in 'You Were Never Really Here', Joaquin Phoenix's Joker is all sinew and bones. While in 'Judy', Renée Zellweger immerses herself into the last months of Judy Garland, not so much offering up a masterclass in impersonation than presenting her own interpretation of the damaged star. To coincide with these two films opening in our cinemas, we've curated a selection of films that feature some impressive changes by their stars.
These four movies were awarded the highest prize at London Film Festival
From North Korea’s movie-obsessed dictator, to Italy’s famously hedonistic ex-Premier, these 5 films detail the life and times of some of history’s most notorious politicians.
These somewhat unconventional portraits present the best of family life and all the baggage that comes with being a part of one. Family secrets have devastating consequences for the siblings of the BAFTA-nominated Three Identical Strangers, while a controlling, manipulative father locks his three adult offspring in a compound in the provocative Dogtooth (from the director of The Favourite). And Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain, Life of Pi) gathers a patriarch and his three daughters for an epic feast in his 1994 masterpiece ‘Eat Drink Man Woman’ - a wonderful double bill alongside brand-new indie hit ‘The Farewell’ (now in our cinemas).
Inspired by The Guardian's recent publishing of their 20 Best Films of the 21st Century list, (in which we were flattered to see no less than 26 Curzon Artificial Eye films), we've made our own list! Voted for by our own staff, here are the top 20 films released by Curzon Artificial Eye since 2000.
As the lavish cinematic version of Julian Fellowes’s country house drama 'Downtown Abbey' arrives on our screens, we've handpicked 7 essential period dramas to stream at home. Fans of the Crawleys won't be disappointed by these evocative and elegant dramas which include one of this year's overlooked gems, 'Colette' and Terence Davies' ('The Deep Blue Sea') BAFTA-nominated 'The House of Mirth' starring a transfixing Gillian Anderson ('The Fall', 'The X Files').
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