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Persian Lessons

Vadim Perelman

Arun A.K. - 20-01-2021

A Jew pretends to be Persian in order to avoid death in a concentration camp, only to be forced to teach the language over which he has no command - out on Friday, January 22nd [Read More...]
The War on Journalism: @ Online
Jan 22 @ 7:45 pm – Jan 23 @ 10:00 pm
The War on Journalism: @ Online

An online screening of “THE WAR ON JOURNALISM” with live Q&A with the director of the film, Juan Passarelli, Matt Kennard, investigative journalist, and Emmy Butlin of the Committee to Defend Julian Assange. There is a war on journalism – Julian Assange is at the centre of that war. If this precedent is set then what happens to Assange can happen to any journalist.

“The Indictment of Julian Assange… is a threat to the press and the American People.” – Glenn Greenwald Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist

“What Julian Assange is being targeted for is the same or similar as many journalists have done…it’s surprising to me that more people can’t see that this case has worrying implications for all journalists” – Alan Rusbridger former editor-in-chief of The Guardian

“Assange is charged with asking for information, with receiving information, and with publishing information. And I don’t mind saying that those are exactly the things that I do.” – Barton Gellman Pulitzer Prize and Emmy Award-winning journalist

A special event arranged by The Campaign for the Defence of Julian Assange in collaboration with The London Socialist Film Co-op.

Testing the stream connection will be around 7.45, the presentation will start at 8.00 sharp and the film soon after. Join us, send comments and support us if you can.

Just click here for more information.

Sundance Film Festival ONLINE
Jan 28 – Feb 3 all-day
71st Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) POSTPONED
Feb 11 – Feb 21 all-day

Baby Done

Curtis Vowell

Eoghan Lyng - 18-01-2021

Professional tree climber Zoe is set to travel overseas, when a pregnancy changes everything she's worked for in her life - New Zealand comedy is on Digital on Friday, January 22nd [Read More...]

The Exception (Undtagelsen)

Jesper W. Nielsen

Charles Williams - 18-01-2021

Four women work together in an NGO, in this Danish psychological thriller and interesting study of workplace bullying - on VoD on Friday, January 22nd [Read More...]

Dear Comrades!

Andrei Konchalovsky

Victor Fraga - 07-09-2020

A government officer is split between her maternal feelings and her allegiance to the communist regime during the little-known Novocherkassk massacre of 1962 - on VoD on Friday, January 15th [Read More...]


David and Nathan Zellner

Victor Fraga - 16-02-2018

Walk on the wild west: blend of Western and comedy starring Robert Pattinson attempts to be a feminist movie, but the outcome is a little awkward - on Netflix on Monday, January 18th [Read More...]

Her Socialist Smile

John Gianvito

Arun A.K. - 13-01-2021

Documentarist investigates the ideology of notorious deafblind activist, which the American establishment tried to sweep under the carpet for years - watch it now for free [Read More...]

Once Upon a Time in London

Simon Rumley

Redmond Bacon - 19-02-2019

British gangster movie has historical depth, but it's ultimately watered down by down by a run-of-the-mill script and countless cliches - on Netflix from January 11th [Read More...]

Poor Cow

Ken Loach

Victor Fraga - 24-06-2016

Ken Loach's realistic classic from 1967 rescues the discreet charm of the British working class and portrays the nation in all of its insular magnificence - on Mubi from January 12th [Read More...]


Vincent Paronnaud

- 13-01-2021

Survivalist horror becomes a metaphor of both man’s conflict with nature, and present-day America - exclusively on Shudder on Thursday, January 14th [Read More...]


Gerard Johnson

Victor Fraga - 22-11-2019

Craig Fairbrass stars as a highly manipulative personal trainer, in this standard British thriller set in Newcastle - on BFI Player in January [Read More...]

Quo Vadis, Aida?

Jasmila Zbanic

Victor Fraga - 03-09-2020

A desperate Bosnian mother and wife scrambles to save her male relatives from a seemingly inevitable death in Srebrenica - on VoD on Friday, January 22nd [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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Postdoctoral bioscientist by day, media journalist also by day. Clocking off at 5. Basque-based Brit. [Read More...]

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