Curzon Artificial Eye

Since its foundation in 1976, Curzon Artificial Eye has been releasing critically acclaimed films to discerning UK audiences by some of the world's greatest directors, including Michael Haneke, Lars von Trier, Abbas Kiarostami and Andrei Tarkovsky.

We have also released more Cannes Palme d’Or winners than any other UK distributor, including 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days, The Class, The White Ribbon, Amour and Blue Is the Warmest Colour.

Curzon Cinemas first opened their doors to cinema-goers in 1934 at the Curzon Mayfair and now has 15 cinemas nationwide. Curzon Artificial Eye has been part of the historic Curzon group since 2006.. In 2017, the Curzon group received the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema BAFTA.

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer 

Located in the heart of the city in London's financial district, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer is trusted adviser to a wide range of leading multinational and domestic organisations for our full range of regulatory, transactional, and litigation services.

Arnold & Porter is a 1,000+ lawyer firm with sophisticated litigation and transactional capabilities, renowned regulatory experience and market-leading multidisciplinary practices in the life sciences and financial services industries. 

Our global reach, experience and deep knowledge allow us to work across geographic, cultural, technological and ideological borders, to offer clients forward-looking, results-oriented solutions that resolve their US, international and cross-border legal needs.

Creative Interpartners 

We are a London-based graphic design agency producing branding, print and digital work for a wide range of clients including charities, luxury brands, centres of culture and education, corporate and annual reporting, fashion and retail.

We work with our clients to understand their ambitions and define their direction, blending our creative passion, strategic insight and our firm belief in the power of great ideas to support each client in their journey.

Electric Cinema

In 2001, its colourful history dwindling into the past, the Electric looked set to become another anonymous retail outlet, with only the Grade II listed exterior remaining as a reminder of its glory days. But when the neighboring shop became available, a plan was mooted to create a luxury cinema and restaurant, a new lease of life for the Electric dream.

With the original arch surrounding the screen protected by English Heritage, an ingenious expanding monitor was designed so visitors can see Cinemascope movies. And with personal comfort in mind, the seating was reduced to 98 leather armchairs, and keeping the wry tradition of two-seater sofas at the rear. Alongside the cinema is the Electric Brasserie, and upstairs a private members club. Harkening to the famous past, the cinema now programmes a healthy mix of current releases, re-runs, cult and classic films.

Ronin Africa

At Ronin Studios we film all things Africa. We get what you need to be done, done. If you need animations done, we do that. Need a fun event shot and edited? We do that too! Banking, finance, we do that. Because we're all about results.



Known simply as Wiyaala – certainly does. A trend-bucking singer, her music comes packed with purpose; she’s rallied both for women’s rights and against forced marriage. The epitome of a free-thinking, liberated woman herself, she’s become one of the major voices of young Ghana, keen to engage with global culture while not relinquishing a grasp of her heritage. “We love our ‘African-ness’,” she says, “but we also want to embrace and take our place as equal citizens in the modern world.” Known as the Young Lioness Of Africa – and clearly influenced by the equally striking Angelique Kidjo – Wiyaala’s strident Afro-pop is the sound of the continent taking the 21st century by the balls. (Source: Womad UK 2016)

Other Supporters

Theodore Charles has a background in photojournalism, archaeology, and anthropology. He received his Masters from the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. Theodore most recently spent two years living in Turkey with a Fulbright Grant, while also writing and photographing for Culinary Backstreets. He specialises in candid documentary photography, focusing on people and their stories. His work has been featured in newspapers, billboard campaigns, and won numerous awards.


Over Under Coffee was created to channel our founder, Ed's inspiration from coffee hubs around the world. He has created a space with expert baristas who care. We want your visit to Over Under to be the easiest part of your day. Working in close partnership with our roaster, Brixton's Assembly Coffee, we source our beans so you can rely on a consistently excellent cup.  The menu, created by Connie Grossman, is inspired by her previous experiences working for Chez Panisse in California, Two Hands in New York and Ottolenghi in London.  A relaxed, intimate space to share and enjoy our passion for excellent coffee.