Our new collaboration with Curzon on Demand will allow Guardian Extra members to watch seven modern classics for free over the next week
Fresh from our trip to Le Havre, guardian.co.uk/film and Curzon on Demand are teaming up to offer Guardian Extra members free online streams of seven modern cinema classics.
Over the next week we'll be screening seven critically acclaimed works from recent world cinema. The titles will be revealed here on the blog daily, where you'll find a viewer's guide for each film written by a Guardian critic. Today's film, Abbas Kiarostami's Taste of Cherry, has been covered by Peter Bradshaw.
You can watch each film by returning to the critic's article and clicking on the second link at the top of the page.
Guardian Extra members can click through to get a promotional code to access the film straight away. Non-members will be »
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