Ken Loach's portrayal of poverty, xenophobia and failed refugee integration in Northern England is authentic and captivating; he gets to the roots of racism without condoning it - in. cinemas on Friday, September 29th [Read More...]
Isabel Coixet delivers a superb meditation on the contradictory sentiments of love, compassion, contempt and complicity, set in the rural, mountainous region of Rioja - live from the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]
Cristi Puiu's new creation is a highly conversational, cryptic and esoteric examination of a Romania crippled by corruption, Covid and micro-aggressions of all sorts - live from the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]
Almodovar's timid incursion into cowboy territory (featuring Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal) is sweaty, sultry, and soaked in blood, however barely remarkable - in cinemas across the UK on Monday, September 25th [Read More...]
Animated documentary investigates the disappearance of "Brazil's greatest pianist", revealing the murderous tactics of CIA-backed Operation Condor, and the dire consequences for Latin America - from the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]
Deeply sensory piece of slow cinema explores the life of a Black American woman in the Deep South, as her legacy is carried across four generations - from the 71st San Sebastian International film Festival [Read More...]
Maria has to juggle harvesting, midwifery and illegal abortions, in this dark and sullen drama set during the 1970s in rural Galicia, Northwestern Spain - live from the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]
Young Spanish woman who no longer feels safe in her own country travels to India in search of a Utopian society ruled by women - animation premieres at the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [Read More...]
Philosophy professor fights to preserve his position and his legacy, in Argentinean lighthearted comedy with distinct political flavours - from the Official Competition of the 71st Donostia Zinemaldia [Read More...]
Bertrand Bonello's drama about two would-be lovers bearing the same name is intellectually rigorous as well as stylistically dazzling, and perhaps his most audacious work to date - from the 61st New York Film Festival [Read More...]
The artistic director of a famous fashion house in Paris returns to Canada for his estranged father's funeral, only to uncover a dirty secret he could never fathom - bizarre yet strangely gripping crime drama premieres at the 71st San Sebastian International Film Festival [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!