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Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story

Steve Sullivan

Victor Fraga - 24-03-2019

Documentary investigates how creative artist with multiple skills got trapped inside his papier-mache-headed character - in cinemas Friday, March 29th [Read More...]
BFI Flare @ London - various venues
Mar 21 – Mar 31 all-day
BFI Flare @ London - various venues

BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival, formerly known as the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (LLGFF), is the biggest LGBTQ+ film festival in Europe. It takes place every spring in British capital.

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Kinoteka Polish Film Festival @ London - various venues
Apr 4 – Apr 18 all-day
Kinoteka Polish Film Festival @ London - various venues

The Kinotekla Polish Film Festival returns to London’s festival scene from 4 – 18 April 2019, bringing with it an exhilarating range of new Polish film and culture as well as highlighting lesser known gems ripe for rediscovery. As well as offering unique insights into Poland’s rich history and culture, the festival represents diverse and universal new works from exciting new filmmakers as well as those which have made a valued contribution and impact to the world filmmaking landscape. Hosted by some of London’s most prestigious and forward-thinking cultural institutions, this year also includes masterclasses, artist film screenings, workshops and musical entertainment.

The festival has worked hand-in-hand with the following prestigious venues to deliver audiences this year’s eclectic and unique programme: Baltic Restaurant, Barbican, BFI Southbank, Close Up Cinema, Frontline Club, ICA, Tate Modern, The Horse Hospital, Regent Street Cinema and Watermans Art Centre.

Our dirty picks include Jan Jakub Kolski’s Pardon (pictured) and Pawel Maslona’s Panic Attack.

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Festival de Cannes
May 14 – May 25 all-day
Festival de Cannes

Once again, we will be live at Cannes unearthing the dirtiest gems of cinema exclusively for you.

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Out Of Blue

Carol Morley

Jeremy Clarke - 26-02-2019

New Orleans cop investigates the murder of renowned astrophysicist, in unconventional police procedural reflecting on trauma, memory and repression - in the Glasgow Film Festival on Wednesday and Thursday, February 27th and 28th and in cinemas from Friday, March 29th [Read More...]

At Eternity’s Gate

Julian Schnabel

Ben Flanagan - 01-02-2019

Willem Dafoe makes for a perfect Vincent Van Gogh in a new biopic of the artist directed by painter and filmmaker Julian Schnabel - in cinemas Friday, March 29th [Read More...]

Eaten by Lions

Jason Wingard

Eoghan Lyng - 21-06-2018

When Pete and Omar lose their beloved Gran they go in search of Omar's estranged father, confronting him on the day of his daughter's engagement party - in cinemas Friday, March 29th [Read More...]

We The Animals

Jeremiah Zagar

Victor Fraga - 25-03-2019

Homosexuality of nine-year-old begins to flourish as he contends with his dysfunctional household, in lyrical drama based on eponymous novel - from BFI Flare [Read More...]

3 Faces

Jafar Panahi

Victor Fraga - 26-03-2019

Jafar Panahi's latest feature is extremely inventive in its narrative devices, while also deep diving into the old traditions of rural Iran - in cinemas Friday, March 29th [Read More...]

Water Makes Us Wet

Annie Sprinkle/ Beth Stephens

Victor Fraga - 24-03-2019

Explore the romantic and sexual pleasures of water, in this documentary about "ecosexuality" (literally, making love to the Earth) - from BFI Flare [Read More...]

Postcards from the 48%

David Wilkinson

Victor Fraga - 02-07-2018

Do you hear the blues? They are everywhere! Highly insightful documentary provides detailed and finely corroborated arguments as to why Brexit is nothing short of a disaster, and it also conveys a necessary message of blue hope - now available on VoD [Read More...]

When identity politics backfire


Victor Fraga - 18-03-2019

The trans drama GIRL has encountered fierce criticism amongst our readers and elsewhere because it was directed and starred by cis men. Should cis artists refrain from taking the lead in cis films? [Read More...]

The Crossing (Guo Chun Tian)

Bai Xue

Jeremy Clarke - 18-03-2019

Border crossings of no return. A Chinese teenage girl who regularly travels from Shenzhen into Hong Kong becomes involved with a gang smuggling iPhones across the frontier - in cinemas from Friday, March 22nd [Read More...]


Paul Dano

Victor Fraga - 04-11-2018

Family drama set in the remote hinterlands of Montana illustrates the gradual and inevitable collapse of a nuclear family, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan - now available on VoD [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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