Curzon announces live Q&A series

Andrew Haigh, Whit Stillman and Celine Ciamma among those signing up for home cinema chats

by Amber Wilkinson

System Crasher
System Crasher Photo: Kineo Film/Weydemann Bros/Yunus Roy Imer
In response to the UK cinema closures, Curzon Home Cinema service has announced a virtual cinema film series that will be followed by an exclusive live interview with directors including Andrew Haigh, Whit Stillman and Celine Sciamma.

The series will kick off on March 27 with the release of System Crasher, which will be followed by a live Q&A with director Nora Fingscheidt. The live Q&A will begin at 9pm (GMT), and Curzon encourages people at home to watch along together from 6.45pm (GMT).The film will be available for streaming from the morning of March 27.

Other films and directors to be included in the series:

Times will be announced on the Curzon Cinemas Twitter feed

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