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About Endlessness

Roy Andersson

Lucas Pistilli - 04-11-2020

Roy Andersson's last film is less funny and yet no less potent than his previous features, and it is a fitting swan song for the peculiar Swedish auteur - out on Friday, November 6th [Read More...]
Native Spirit Digital Festival
Oct 12 – Nov 15 all-day
Native Spirit Digital Festival

Immerse yourselves in global Indigenous Cinema — Festival Pass £15 unlimited +single tickets £3+ (subject to film availability) Watch 120+ films from 60+ First Nations across 20+ countries — join discussion panels — starts 12th October, Indigenous Peoples Day, Americas.

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Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival @ Tallinn (Estonia) - various locations
Nov 13 – Nov 29 all-day
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival @ Tallinn (Estonia) - various locations

DMovies will be live at the event, unearthing the dirtiest gems exclusively for you.

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24th UK Jewish Film Festival @ Various locations + online
Nov 15 – Nov 19 all-day
24th UK Jewish Film Festival @ Various locations + online

Opening with the UK Premiere of When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit (directed by Oscar-winner, Caroline Link), the Festival programme features over 70 films and live and pre-recorded Q&As, discussions and events reflecting the absolute diversity of the Jewish experience. For the first time, audiences throughout the UK will be able to experience the Festival – all from the comfort of their own sofas.


Rene von Pannevis

Charles Williams - 04-11-2020

Effective and entertaining slice of life drama that shows how no opportunities and no recourse pushes UK youths to the brink - on all major VoD platforms on Friday, November 6th [Read More...]


Andrea Riseborough

Redmond Bacon - 22-10-2020

Luxor-iate in the gorgeous settings of this travelogue film, boasting a fine performance from British actress Andrea Riseborough - out in virtual cinemas on Friday, November 6th [Read More...]

The Burnt Orange Heresy

Giuseppe Capotondi

Charles Williams - 03-11-2020

Psychological neo-noir set in the art world presents a terse, self-contained drama of ethical ambiguity - in cinemas and Amazon Prime on Friday, October 30th [Read More...]

Assassination Nation

Sam Levison

Paul Risker - 22-11-2018

American exploitation movie offers dystopian view of the most powerful country in the world, while also timely echoing Trump's rhetoric of violence and attacks on the press - now also available on Netflix [Read More...]

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Sacha Baron Cohen

Charles Williams - 29-10-2020

Who better to skewer Trumpism than a similarly outdated reality star? Dirty movie is now on Amazon Prime [Read More...]

You Cannot Kill David Arquette

Price James, David Darg

James Luxford - 05-11-2020

The Hollywood actor a seeks blood-spattered redemption on the wrestling ring, as he grapples with his faltering career and tragic personal life - documentary is on VoD on Monday, November 23rd [Read More...]


Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Victor Fraga - 29-09-2016

Don't go into the basement! The Japanese hold very dark secrets in their cellar, and it's not mommy's stuffed corpse - Kurosawa's horror is now on Mubi! [Read More...]

Make Up

Claire Oakley

Paul Risker - 17-07-2020

A young woman encounters a sexual awakening after finding traces of smeared lipstick and a strand of red hair, in director Claire Oakley’s compelling psycho-sexual debut - in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema from Friday, July 31st; on BFI Player in November [Read More...]

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula

Yeon Sang-ho

Eoghan Lyng - 08-11-2020

Sequel of 2016 Korean zombie thriller offers frenetic and devilish fun to popcorn-loving moviegoers stuck at home - on Digital on Monday, November 23rd [Read More...]


Josephine Decker

Victor Fraga - 24-02-2020

The real-life beauty and the bitch! Graduate student has to contend with the ultra sadistic horror writer Shirley Jackson, as she moves in with the her husband into the author's mansion - American drama starring Elizabeth Moss is in cinemas Friday, October 30th [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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Charles Williams

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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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