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He Dreams of Giants

Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe

Ian Schultz - 01-03-2021

Two documentarists register Terry Gilliam's own Quixotic quest during the completion of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, revealing a resolute yet fallible artist - on VoD on Monday, March 29th [Read More...]
Glasgow Film Festival (online) @ Online
Feb 24 – Mar 7 all-day
Berlinale (online version)
Mar 1 – Mar 5 all-day
Berlinale (online version)

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 71st Berlin International Film Festival is taking place in two stages.

In 2021, the Competition, Berlinale Special & Berlinale Series, Encounters, Berlinale Shorts, Panorama, Forum & Forum Expanded, Generation and Perspektive Deutsches Kino have been reduced in size due to the pandemic.

The majority of the Film Selectionwill be available for viewing online by industry representatives and accredited members of the press during the Industry Event from March 1–5, 2021.

Berlinale Talents offers a host of familiar events featuring top-class guests, which can be attended virtually between March 1 to 5, live and cost-free

During the Summer Special from June 9–20, 2021, Berlinale audiences will be able to see the majority of the films selected by all the sections in numerous cinema screenings in the presence of the filmmakers.

The detailed programme for the Berlinale Summer Special will be available on this page in the run-up to the event.

The Last Forest (A Última Floresta)

Luiz Bolognesi

Arun A.K. - 01-03-2021

The ancient Yanomami people live in harmony and balance with the environment, but their very existence is once again under threat thanks to Bolsonaro's murderous regime - from the Berlinale [Read More...]


Kathryn Bigelow

Victor Fraga - 20-08-2017

Wear the shoes of the "negro": white female filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow delivers an enrapturing and harrowing portrayal of police impunity and racism in the US during the riots of the 1960s - now on BFI Player and all major VoD platforms (and now also on Netflix) [Read More...]

I Care a Lot

J Blakeson

Agnieszka Piotrowska - 22-02-2021

Rosamund Pike stars as a evil Lesbian scammer in this easy-to-watch dark comedy, which offers no redemption whatsoever - available now on VoD [Read More...]

There Is No Evil (Sheytan Vojud Nadarad)

Mohammad Rasoulof

Victor Fraga - 28-02-2020

Spectacular Iranian movie divided into four short stories reflects about the complacence, the complicity and the morality of killing - from the Glasgow Film Festival [Read More...]

The Great Gambler (Sabse Bada Zuari)

Shakti Samanta

Nas Rashan - 24-02-2021

Indian classic combined traditional cinematic practices and laid the foundations of casino culture in Asian cinema - available now on Amazon Prime [Read More...]


Jennifer Harrington

Eoghan Lyng - 15-02-2021

A social media star becomes the target of a shocking, murderous online campaign, in this exhilarating American horror movie - exclusively on Shudder [Read More...]

The Dissident

Bryan Fogel

Charles Williams - 24-02-2021

Wide-ranging documentary contextualises the tragic last days of Jamal Khashoggi in light of Saudi history, geopolitics and the pernicious influence of social media - from the online version of the Glasgow Film Festival [Read More...]

Castro’s Spies

Gary Lennon and Ollie Aslin

Davide Abbatescianni - 08-02-2021

Irish filmmakers Gary Lennon and Ollie Aslin deliver an informative and engaging documentary on the Cuban Five, a group of top-notch spies operating in 1990s Miami - from the Glasgow Film Festival [Read More...]

Malcolm and Marie

Sam Levinson

Agnieszka Piotrowska - 14-02-2021

A filmmaker and his girlfriend/muse attempt savage their relationship, raising questions about the essence of authorship, race and the male gaze - superb black and white drama is now available on Netflix [Read More...]

My Favourite War

Ilze Burkovska Jacobsen

Victor Fraga - 17-11-2020

Gingerly handmade animation illustrates the memories of a young girl grappling with oppression in the final decades of the Soviet Union - from the virtual edition of the Glasgow Film Festival taking place between February 25th and 28th [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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