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The Invisible Man

Leigh Whannell

Anton Bitel - 26-02-2020

Australian-American sci-fi horror adapted from the eponymous novel follows a woman who believes to be haunted by her late, abusive husband - in cinemas on Friday, February 28th [Read More...]


Nat Faxon

Lucas Pistilli - 26-02-2020

In this remake of Force Majeure, a woman loses faith in her husband after he runs away from an avalanche, leaving her and their two children behind - in cinemas Friday, February 28th. [Read More...]

DAU. Natasha

Ilya Khrzhanovsky

Victor Fraga - 26-02-2020

Canteen worker of a secret Soviet research institute wrestles (both literally and metaphorically) with her coworkers, in this highly claustrophobic, violent and sexually graphic Russian flick - live from the Berlinaler [Read More...]

Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Feu)

Celine Sciamma

Victor Fraga - 25-05-2019

Young female painter is commissioned to create the wedding portrait of Heloise without her realising it, in exquisite romance meditating on subtle male oppression - in cinemas on Friday, February 28th [Read More...]

The True History of Kelly Gang

Justin Kurzel

Jack Hawkins - 26-02-2020

George McKay shines as the feral Australian outlaw in this delirious, fact-bending nightmare with Russell Crowe and Charlie Hunnam - in cinemas Friday, February 28th [Read More...]

The Roads Not Taken

Sally Potter

Victor Fraga - 26-02-2020

Javier Bardem stars as a man suffering from advanced dementia, and attempting to puzzle together the fragments of his past - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

The Woman Who Ran (Domnahchin Yeoja)

Hong Sang-soo

Victor Fraga - 25-02-2020

A young woman connects with friends in the outskirts of Seoul as she is a apart from her husband for the first time in five years, in Hong Sang-soo's latest casual drama - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]


Johannes Naber

Victor Fraga - 25-02-2020

Americans twist the truth about biological weapons in Iraq, in this real-life blend of political thriller and comedy made in Germany - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Eliza Hittman

Victor Fraga - 26-02-2020

Try walking in the shoes of this 17-year-old pregnant female from rural Pennsylvania who cannot rely on her family - Eliza Hittman's third feature film premieres at the Berlinale [Read More...]

The Salt of Tears (Le Sel des Larmes)

Philippe Garrel

Victor Fraga - 22-02-2020

Urgent in its simplicity, Philippe Garrel's filmmaking continues to impress after nearly six decades; his latest movie examines the romantic life of a young man from the the countryside who moves to Paris in order to study - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]


Josephine Decker

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 live from The Berlinae [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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