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The Kingmaker

Lauren Greenfield

Redmond Bacon - 07-12-2019

Extraordinary profile of Imelda Marcos, dubbed the "Marie Antoinette" of the Philippines due to her extravagant plundered wealth, is in cinemas on Friday, November 13th [Read More...]

Sons of Denmark (Danmarks Sønner)

Ulaa Salim

Michael McClure - 25-10-2019

Politically explosive Danish movie exposes a country infested with racism and xenophobia, as the far right ascends in a phenomenon with shocking parallels to Germany in the 1930s - watch it for free at home with ArteKino during the month of December, plus in cinemas on Friday, December 13th [Read More...]

Pink Wall

Tom Cullen

Redmond Bacon - 02-12-2019

Pink Wall is an ambitious non-linear romance entertaining enough on its own merits, but cannot seem to coelesce into a satisfying whole - in cinemas Friday, December 13th [Read More...]

Motherless Brooklyn

Edward Norton

Jeremy Clarke - 03-12-2019

A detective with Tourette's attempts to unravel a housing corruption mystery in 1957 New York City, in this magnificent literary adaptation - in cinemas from Friday, December 6th [Read More...]

Thirty (Dreissig)

Simona Kostova

Lucas Pistilli - 04-12-2019

In this auspicious German drama, there are hardly any reasons to celebrate as Övünç enters the fourth decade of his life - watch it for free with ArteKino during the month of December only [Read More...]

December is once again the month of European cinema!


DMovies' team - 05-12-2019

ArteKino is back for the fourth consecutive year with a selection of 10 dirty gems from every corner of Europe available until December 31st, and it's entirely free to watch! [Read More...]

So Long My Son

Wang Xiaoshuai

Ben Flanagan - 15-02-2019

Wang Xiaoshuai's weepie is a highlight of Berlinale, with a vastly and rapidly changing China the political backdrop for intense family tragedy - in cinemas Friday, December 6th [Read More...]

The Cave

Feras Fayyad

Jack Hawkins - 26-11-2019

In this National Geographic documentary, director Feras Fayyad captures the bravery and perseverance of besieged doctors fighting to save the people of Damascus - out in UK cinemas Friday, December 6th. [Read More...]

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Les Parapluies de Cherbourg)

Jacques Demy

Patricia Cook - 01-12-2019

Jacques Demy's magnificent and extremely original musical returns to cinemas nearly six decades after its original release; our writer Patricia Cook compares her viewing experience in the 1960s with the present - out on Friday, December 6th [Read More...]

Shooting the Mafia

Kim Longinotto

Jack Hawkins - 02-12-2019

Director Kim Longinotto presents a short history of Sicilian culture with photojournalist Letizia Battaglia as the focaliser - in cinemas Friday, November 29th [Read More...]

Messi and Maud (La Holandesa)

Marleen Jonkman

Eoghan Lyng - 03-12-2019

A Dutch woman in her 40s, childless and sorrowful, finds unexpected solace on a trip to Chile - watch it for free during the month of December only with ArteKino [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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