QFT Player: The Curzon Project

BBFC RatingQFT Player: The Curzon Project

Showing: 15 June 2020 until 31 December 2020

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CertificateNot Rated
Year2018
GenreDocumentary
DirectorJon Beer
LanguageEnglish
CountryNorthern Ireland
Running Time0HR 17MINS
SeasonQFT Player

The Curzon Film Centre was not just a cinema, it was many different things to different people. A family heirloom, a place for inspiration, relaxation and above all a safe space in a divided community where there were few.

Available to watch for free on QFT PlayerThe Curzon Project is a short documentary, which tells the story of the Curzon cinema on Belfast’s Ormeau Road which was open from 1936 and closed in 1999. Through interviews with the family who owned it, customers, projectionists and usherettes, the film’s narrative covers not only the history of the cinema, but its place in the community over 6 decades. It shares a glimpse into the lives of some of those for which the Curzon was a place to socialise, date, shelter and get inspired by classic movies on the silver screen.

Featuring John T. Davis, David Holmes and Kristian Nairn.

The Curzon Project is an Out of Orbit production, in association with Film Hub N.I., Kaffe O & Stylografik.

Watch The Curzon Project on QFT Player for free (no subscription necessary).



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