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Close your Eyes (Cerrar los Ojos)

Victor Erice

Victor Fraga - 29-09-2023

Victor Erice returns to filmmaking after a three-decade hiatus, crafting a protracted, moody and profound reflection on memory, cinema and reconnection (with a twist) - showing at the BFI as part of a season devoted to the Spanish director; in cinemas (general release) on Friday, April 12th [Read More...]

Four Daughters (Les Filles d’Olfa)

Kaouther Ben Hania

Victor Fraga - 20-05-2023

Tunisian filmmaker recruits two actresses as stand-ins for two young women lost under very dramatic circumstances; the outcome is a hybrid documentary seamlessly blending family tragedy and politics - on VoD on Monday, April 8th [Read More...]

The First Omen

Arkasha Stevenson

Victor Fraga - 09-04-2024

Star-studded, elegant prequel of 1976 classic pays tribute to several horror movies, but not without some clumsy twists and turns - in cinemas on Friday, April 5th [Read More...]

All of Us Strangers

Andrew Haigh

Daniel Theophanous - 16-10-2023

Gentle queer romance descends into elaborate trip down memory lane, as British filmmaker Andrew Haigh blurs the lines between the physical, the imaginary and the supernatural - on VoD on Monday, April 8th [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Shaun Dozier


Eoghan Lyng - 11-04-2024

The director of The Problem of the Hero, a drama about two American playwrights grappling with racism and misogyny 80 years ago, discusses the deceptive language of theatre, steering away from the "truth", the importance of "offending" viewers, how power relations have changed, and much more - in exclusive interview [Read More...]


Quentin Dupieus

Victor Fraga - 04-08-2023

Artist and audience forge a toxic, love-hate relationship, in Quentin Dupieux's dirty, hilarious tribute to the (movie) theatre - in cinemas on Friday, April 5th [Read More...]

Me Captain (Io capitano)

Matteo Garrone

Victor Fraga - 25-11-2023

Matteo Garrone forces the nation that elected rabidly racist, anti-immigration Georgia Meloni into the shoes of those whom she despises the most - harrowing refugee drama is in cinemas on Friday, April 5th [Read More...]

Evil Does Not Exist

Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Victor Fraga - 20-01-2024

Ryusuke Hamaguchi's reflection on Manichaeism is ambiguous, contemplative and gently gripping - in cinemas on Friday ,April 5th [Read More...]

Alfred Hitchcock gets a dirty film guide!


Eoghan Lyng - 02-04-2024

Eoghan Lyng reviews HITCHOLOGY, a film-by-film guide to the style and themes of the greatest filmmaker to have ever walked the earth; check out the biggest highlights here [Read More...]

The Trouble with Jessica

Matt Winn

Eoghan Lyng - 02-04-2024

A dinner party turns sour when one of the guests elects to kill herself - uneven yet funny British comedy is in cinemas on Friday, April 5th [Read More...]

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Opus

Neo Sora

John McDonald - 26-03-2024

Ryuichi Sakamoto's final performance is captured by his son Neo Sora, in this heartwarming celebration of a multifaceted artist who influenced many people in the film world - in cinemas on Friday, March 29th [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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