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David Bernet

Victor Fraga - 23-10-2017

Data is the oil of the 21st century - are you keeping yours safe and protected? Doc examines legislative process behind the EU data protection reform, which is coming into force next Spring - watch it now online and make sure your valuable personal personal data is cared for! [Read More...]
Cambridge Film Festival @ Cambridge - various venues
Oct 19 – Oct 26 all-day
Cambridge Film Festival @ Cambridge - various venues

It’s a celebration of film – past present and future. So, it’s a chance to relive and enjoy past glories, but also to see what’s happening in film right now, and reveal new talents who will shape the future of cinema. A good example of that is a chap who had his student short selected for the programme here back in 1996, named Christopher Nolan. Apparently he’s done quite well since! Of course it’s also a chance to see films from around the world, from other countries and cultures, many of which we might not otherwise come into contact with. And it’s all brought to our doorstep.

It brings the people who make the films here, too, of course, so it’s a chance to meet and put your questions to actors, writers and directors. What makes Cambridge different from other Festivals is that it attracts big names but is nonetheless intimate and approachable. There are no red carpets, no banks of flashbulbs going off, and the chances are the acclaimed director of the much anticipated new film you’re about to see is happily hanging out in the bar, just like you! Our audiences like that – the filmmakers actually love it, too.

Another particular quest of ours is outdoor screenings, or screenings in unusual places. We show films on Grantchester Meadows and at Jesus Green Lido and work with additional new venues around Cambridgeshire and beyond each year to produce unique, memorable events in special places. Cambridge itself is special and unique, with amazing spaces that are just crying out to be used and enjoyed creatively.

Click here for more information about the Festival, as well as for the programme.

London East Asian Film Festival @ Odeon Tottenham Court Rd + various venues
Oct 19 – Oct 29 all-day
London East Asian Film Festival @ Odeon Tottenham Court Rd + various venues

The London East Asian Film Festival (LEAFF) will run 19  – 29 October  with multiple UK and International premieres will showcase enchanting stories, insightful discussions and diverse filmic voices from South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, China and Southeast Asia.

Click here for more information about the event.

Evolution International Film Festival @ Mallorca (Spain) - various venues
Oct 26 all-day
Evolution International Film Festival @ Mallorca (Spain) - various venues

Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival, set in the heart of Mallorca’s buzzing and culturally rich center of Palma, has announced its line-up of screenings and events for the festival’s 6th edition. The nine-day festival will take place, October 26th – November 4th, 2017, and includes an in-person Gala tribute to the legendary filmmaker Paul Haggis, a Gala Opening Night event, narrative and documentary competition sections, a Drive in Cinema section at Port Adriano, an extended Kids section co-curated by the Andorra Kids Film Festival, a Virtual Reality presentation by TheVrand, and industry panels and seminars featuring elite international industry experts.

Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival (EMIFF) is one of the fastest growing and exciting film festivals in the Mediterranean. An excellent hub for networking with some of the brightest minds in filmmaking, EMIFF is as intimate and invigorating as it is breathtakingly gorgeous.

Filmmakers and industry professionals visit this island paradise to discover “the next great generation of filmmakers” The festival presents a diverse selection from world premieres to film festival favorites, short film screenings, Q&As, a Drive-In Cinema section at the Philip Stark designed Port Adriano, an Art & Cine event at the modern museum of contemporary art Es Baluard, and a Virtual Reality zone presented by VRand.

Click here for more information about the event, as well as the full programme.

London Korean Film Festival @ Regent Street Cinema + various venues
Oct 26 – Nov 19 all-day
London Korean Film Festival @ Regent Street Cinema + various venues

The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) will run 26 October – 19 November with multiple UK and International premieres, with a special focus on Korean Noir and including everything from Indie Firepower and Cinema Now to Women’s Voices, Classics Revisited: Bae Chang-ho Retrospective, Documentaries, Artist Video, Animations, Mise-en-scène Shorts and a roster of very special guests in attendance.

Click here for more information about the event.

Call me by Your Name

Luca Guadagnino

Maysa Monção - 24-01-2017

This modern take on Death in Venice is an emotional, rapturous and sensual queer love story taking place in northern Italy, and it has immediately stolen the heart of the audience at Sundance - in cinemas [Read More...]

Deliver Us (Libera Nos)

Federica Di Giacomo

Tiago Di Mauro - 10-09-2016

Demon-infested or moonstruck? Empathetic and non-intrusive doc gets under the skin of Italians 'possessed' by demons without passing judgment and breaking the dysfunctional characters - in cinemas [Read More...]

The Death of Stalin

Armando Iannucci

Victor Fraga - 16-10-2017

Hailed as "film of the year", this Franco-British comedy about the controversial Soviet leader is in reality teeming with prejudices and schadenfreude - in cinemas this Friday [Read More...]

The Fortress (Nam Han San Seong)

Hwang Dong-hyuk

Jeremy Clarke - 21-10-2017

Korean period, winter war movie in which a besieged King, his court and his army decide whether to negotiate or fight as the enemy approaches – the opening film in the London East Asian Film Festival [Read More...]

The Day After (Geu-Hu)

Hong Sang-soo

Victor Fraga - 22-05-2017

Korean director Hong Sang-soo has taught our editor Victor Fraga to be patient when looking at cinema; sometimes you have to open your heart before a story penetrates your soul - from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The King of Belgians

Peter Brosens/ Jessica Hope Woodworth

Victor Fraga - 19-10-2017

Do I look regal in this? Belgian king is stranded abroad as his country breaks down, and he has to resort to extreme measures in order to return home, in very clever mockumentary - from the Cambridge Film Festival [Read More...]

The Square

Ruben Östlund

Ruben Östlund - 20-05-2017

You won't die laughing with this extremely long, caustic and strange Scandinavian comedy, but the movie does have some arresting and clever moments - Palme d'Or winner is showing at the Cambridge Film Festival [Read More...]


Akin Omotoso

Victor Fraga - 11-02-2017

Johannesburg is a city of violence and shattered dreams where three very different migrant stories interlock - from the Cambridge Film Festival [Read More...]

The Florida Project

Sean Baker

DMovies' team - 22-09-2017

The "humanist" director of the dirty masterpiece Tangerine has come up with a film about childhood, but will he retain his subversive streak? Watch the film trailer here and find out! [Read More...]


Niels Arden Oplev

DMovies' team - 12-09-2017

Watch the dark trailer for the upcoming sci-fi/horror by the Danish director of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo', a heart-stoppingly dirty film addition to the early Autumn [Read More...]

Those bloody vegans!!!

DMovies' reader pours her heart out as she talks about Meet Your Meat the film that changed her life forever, in emotional statement.

Women don’t cower in silence!

Thais reveals the very dirty movie that made her become the strong woman and the empowered professional that she is now!

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