Wes Anderson's new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is "immensely charming" (Independent), "like a puppet show with human marionettes, or like an aesthete's production of a Feydeau farce—with added ski chases” (Observer). It was also inspired by the writings of Stefan Zweig, so we're really excited to be publishing The Society of the Crossed Keys—containing an exclusive conversation with Wes Anderson about Stefan Zweig, and his personal selection from Zweig's work. The UK release for the Grand Budapest Hotel is 7th March. And we're equally looking forward to attending one of the special screenings of the film, put on by the brilliant Secret Cinema. The Secret Cinema's Grand Budapest Hotel is now open for bookings. Meanwhile, aspiring members of the Society of the Crossed Keys are invited to submit their applications.