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Locarno 2021 preview: a return to the magic of in-person discovery

03-08-2021
 

Redmond Bacon - 03-08-2021

After a year break, the return of an in-person Locarno has this critic feeling both excited and a tad trepidatious. Read our preview now! [Read More...]

The Killing of Two Lovers

Robert Machoian
2021

Victor Fraga - 12-05-2021

Quietly enrapturing American drama portrays simmering male rage and powerlessness in a sympathetic light - on VoD on Monday, August 2nd [Read More...]

The Suicide Squad

James Gunn
2021

Eoghan Lyng - 30-07-2021

This poor rehash of the eponymous 2016 movie is one of the most misguided superhero films of the past 10 years, dogged by cliches and resentment - in cinemas Friday, July 30th [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Edgar Wright

 

Ian Schultz - 31-07-2021

The British director of SHAUN OF THE DEAD and BABY DRIVER talks about his first ever documentary THE SPARKS BROTHERS, about the extensive legacy of the American music duo Sparks - in exclusive interview [Read More...]

The Sparks Brothers

Edgar Wright
2021

Ian Schultz - 22-03-2021

"The Best British band to come out of the US" have an impressive career spanning five decades, and this rockumentary gives the eccentric duo just the right treatment - in cinemas on Friday, July 30th [Read More...]

The Most Beautiful Boy in the World

Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri
2021

Michael McClure - 26-07-2021

The life of the young star of the Luchino Visconti's Death in Venice was not as enviable and beautiful as his character, reveals this heartbreaking documentary - in cinemas Friday, July 30th [Read More...]

Freedom Fields

Naziha Arebi
2019

Victor Fraga - 26-05-2019

Libyan documentary follows females footballers as they struggle to overcome a number of barriers in the post-Gaddafi era - on Mubi on Friday, July 31st [Read More...]

Summerland

Jessica Swale
2020

James Luxford - 24-07-2020

Gemma Arterton shines in a wartime drama whose cosiness belies a revolutionary streak – on Sky Cinema and NOW on Saturday, July 31st; also on other platforms [Read More...]

The Trial (O Processo)

Maria Ramos
2018

Victor Fraga - 21-02-2018

A trial so dirty even Kafka would be perplexed! Doc reveals twisted nature of the coup d'état that took place in Brazil in 2016, and it's aptly named after a novel by the German-speaking writer - now also available on Netflix [Read More...]

Bye Bye Morons (Adieu les Cons)

Albert Dupontel
2021

Ian Schultz - 21-07-2021

Delightful and quirky French movie about mother on a quest to find her son topped the Césars earlier this year and has abundant references to Terry Gilliam - in cinemas on Friday, July 23rd; also available on Curzon Home Cinema [Read More...]

Dreams on Fire

Philippe McKie
2021

Paul Risker - 15-03-2021

We hold our breath fearing the fragile dream of the young dancer in this impassioned love letter to the aspirational journey, set in Tokyo’s urban dance scene – from the Fantasia Film Festival [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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