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17-01-2022
 

- 17-01-2022

The Tromsø Film Festival opens in the Arctic Circle with a choice selection of the best films from the festival circuit; DMovies reports from the north of Norway [Read More...]

Hostile

Sonita Gale
2021

Redmond Bacon - 20-10-2021

Dirty doc interrogates the inhumane immigration policies by successive British governments, providing a scathing look at British racism - in cinemas on Friday, January 21st [Read More...]

Belfast

Kenneth Branagh
2021

Victor Fraga - 29-11-2021

Kenneth Branagh remembers the Troubles and the pain of departing from his birth city at the age of just nine, in this lukewarm childhood memoir - in cinemas on Friday, January 21st. [Read More...]

Cow

Andrea Arnold
2021

Dan Meier - 08-10-2021

Andrea Arnold seeks pastures green in this genuinely mooo-ving documentary about the cruel routine of milk cow Luna - in cinemas on Friday, January 14th [Read More...]

Memoria

Apichatpong Weerasethakul
2021

Redmond Bacon - 23-11-2021

One of the 21st century's greatest directors returns with, unsurprisingly, another masterful work of slow cinema - in cinemas Friday, January 14th [Read More...]

Parallel Mothers (Madres Paralelas)

Pedro Almodovar
2021

John Bleasdale - 01-09-2021

Two single mothers share a maternity room, in one of Almodovar's most thoughtful, profound and mature works to date - in cinemas on Friday, January 28th [Read More...]

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Michael Showalter
2021

Victor Fraga - 23-09-2021

Biopic of gay-friendly and subversive televangelistic fallen from grace reveals a woman defined by faith, wealth and controversies - in cinemas on Friday, February 4th [Read More...]

Our top 10 dirtiest movies of 2021

 

- 22-12-2021

It's finally that time of the year when we ask our writers to pick their favourite dirty movie of the year; the dirtylicious list is full of delightful surprises! [Read More...]

The Lost Daughter

Maggie Gyllenhaal
2021

John Bleasdale - 05-09-2021

Maggie Gyllenhaal’s debut film is a mature and fascinating meditation on motherhood, adapted from Elena Ferrante’s novel - on Netflix on Monday, January 10th [Read More...]

Minamata

Andrew Levitas
2020

Victor Fraga - 20-02-2020

Corporate greed poisons a small community of Japan, in this real-life drama about environmental pollution and international solidarity, starring Johnny Depp - on IMDB TV on Monday, January 14th; also available on other platforms [Read More...]

The Father

Florian Zeller
2020

Charles Williams - 21-09-2020

An unflinching look at the reality of advanced dementia, this British movie starring Anthony Hopkins manages to capture both the confusion of the affected and the burden of those nearest to them - on Amazon Prime on Wednesday, January 12th; also available on other platforms [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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