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Shirley

Josephine Decker
24-02-2020

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...]
Oct
12
Mon
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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Nov
13
Fri
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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Nov
15
Sun
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.

Mogul Mowgli

Bassam Tariq
2020

Dan Daniel - 12-10-2020

British-Pakistani rapper on the cusp of a career breakthrough has to grapple with a very powerful and unexpected enemy within - and in cinemas Friday, October 30th [Read More...]

The dazzling colours of British-Pakistani rap

 

Dan Daniel - 12-10-2020

The American-Pakistani director of Mogul Mowgli talks about his second feature film, the story of a rapper having grapple with a very unexpected enemy within [Read More...]

Relic

Natalie Erika James
2020

Charles Williams - 12-10-2020

With this small-scale Australian family debut, director Natalie Erika James stakes her claim amidst the other auteurs of contemporary horror - from the BFI London Film festival, and in cinemas on Friday, October 30th [Read More...]

Philophobia

Guy Davies
2019

Eoghan Lyng - 01-12-2019

A small English town directs its villagers in directions of which none would have ever conceived - in cinemas on Friday, October 30th [Read More...]

African Apocalypse

Rob Lemkin
2020

Charles Williams - 27-10-2020

British documentary shines a light on Europe’s colonial legacy through the lens of the novella Heart of Darkness - on BFI Player from Friday, October 30th [Read More...]

On the Rocks

Sofia Coppola
2020

Paul Risker - 22-10-2020

Coppola and Murray reunite and engage with the trials and tribulations of human nature, in a movie that's both funny and meaningful - on Apple TV+ from Friday, October 23rd (and also showing in selected cinemas) [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Jennifer Sheridan

 

Paul Risker - 23-10-2020

The South London director recognised for her editing work in the television series The League of Gentleman talks about her debut feature: ROSE: A LOVE STORY, in an exclusive interview [Read More...]

Cordelia

Adrian Shergold
2019

Redmond Bacon - 21-10-2020

Psycho-sexual thriller drapes British national trauma within a neo-noir setting, offering a grim and foreboding vision of London - in selected cinemas on Friday, October 23rd [Read More...]

Summer 85 (Été 85)

François Ozon
2020

Charles Williams - 21-09-2020

François Ozon captures the spirit of 1985 in a tale of a doomed young romance that outshines the summer sun - in cinemas Friday, October 23rd. [Read More...]

Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful

Gero von Boehm
2020

Eoghan Lyng - 18-10-2020

This hagiographic feature commemorates one of the most astonishing photographers in his field, but how does his work match up to modern standards? On Curzon Home Cinema and Digital on Friday, October 23rd [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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