Philip Knatchbull: The Curzon boss leading the revolution in the world of cinema.
Curzon Cinemas hires Alex Sheldon as commercial director.
Philip Knatchbull talks admissions, Soho venue and Netflix collaboration during Screen Exhibitors’ Forum.
Curzon CEO talks production push, VOD and venue battles.
Curzon Cinemas targets expansion around the world. Interview with Philip Mordecai, director of home cinema at Curzon.
The battle to save the Curzon Soho: A plan to demolish one of London’s best-loved arthouse cinemas has unleashed a campaign to save it and highlight the growing threat to the heart of the West End.
How British cinema chain Curzon reinvented itself with the help of Jony Ive's sister.
Philip Knatchbull on how he’s shaking up the film industry with an 85-year-old brand and a business model that challenges the norm and breaks convention.
Celebrities join fight to save Soho's Curzon cinema from Crossrail 2. Benedict Cumberbatch and Stephen Fry are weighing in to save the historic venue.
Are all remakes bad news? Not when you are the world’s smartest cinema operator.
Curzon Canterbury design feature - Monocle Magazine Issue 80
Takero Shimazaki Architects' renovation of the cinema at the Brunswick Centre is both raw and refined - a fitting tribute to the spirit of the original, finds Vicky Richardson.
The decision by Curzon Cinemas to pay the London Living Wage of £8.80 an hour to its staff deserves praise.
Save Curzon Chelsea: ten thousand people signed a petition. Alongside local groups rallied film-makers such as Alan Parker and Hugh Hudson.
Curzon cinema group bids to become the Apple of independent film. The 80-year-old independent cinema brand has tuned to the City to help fund a major expansion.
As Curzon raises the curtain on a new generation of boutique cinema screens, we're booking our extra comfy seats.
Curzon in Close-Up.
If the hallmark of a civilised neighbourhood is that it has an independent cinema, the residents of Victoria should be delighted as a new five-screen Curzon is opening at the start of May.
Philip Knatchbull interview: "The aristocrat behind the Curzon chain is breaking a cinema taboo by showing the latest releases online".