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It Must be Heaven

Elia Suleiman

Victor Fraga - 24-05-2019

Palestinian director asks fundamental questions about being a "stranger" abroad, in absurdist political comedy with echoes of Mr Bean - in cinemas Friday, June 18th [Read More...]

The Father

Florian Zeller

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 - in cinemas on Friday, June 11th [Read More...]

The Reason I Jump

Jerry Rothwell

Arun A.K. - 10-06-2021

British documentarist investigates the lives of young people with autism, and their mysterious and complex communication systems - out on Friday, June 18th [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Christopher MacBride


Paul Risker - 08-06-2021

The Canadian director talks about his second feature FLASHBACK, escaping “development hell” in Hollywood, and how we’re forced to perceive the world a certain way – in an exclusive interview. [Read More...]


Victor Kossakovsky

Eoghan Lyng - 08-06-2021

In this beautiful documentary, Victor Kossakovsky offers us an insight into the workings of the everyday animal: a pig and her piglets - film exec produced by Joaquin Phoenix is in cinemas on Friday, June 4th [Read More...]

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants (Koirat Eivät Käytä Housuja)

J.-P. Valkeapää

Eoghan Lyng - 14-06-2021

Widowed cardiac surgeon Juha finds new found pleasure in a dominatrix . But how will this newfound hobby affect his relationship with his daughter?  Dirty Finnish drama is now on VoD and Blu-ray [Read More...]


Nicolas Pesce

Redmond Bacon - 05-02-2019

Director of The Eyes of My Mother returns with a tribute to giallo bursting with extravagant aesthetics and vivid tunes, while also lacking some substance - on Shudder on June 1st [Read More...]

Bo Burnham: Inside

Bo Burnham

Steve Naish - 08-06-2021

The American comedian films himself during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the outcome is strangely profound, more David Lynch than Ricky Gervais - available now on Netflix [Read More...]


Gerard Johnson

Victor Fraga - 22-11-2019

Craig Fairbrass stars as a highly manipulative personal trainer, in this standard British thriller set in Newcastle - on BFI Player; on Sky and NOW on June 1st [Read More...]

The New Mutants

Josh Boone

James Luxford - 01-09-2020

This disjointed X-Men afterthought proves that some things aren't worth waiting for - the latest addition to the Marvel franchise is on Sky Cinema and NOW on Friday, June 11th [Read More...]


Miranda July

Ian Schultz - 08-10-2020

Oddball American comedy is so intoxicated in its own quirkiness that it fails to enrapture and elicit laughter - on Sky Cinema and NOW on Saturday, June 12th [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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Agnieszka Piotrowska

Agnieszka Piotrowska (Polish born and London-based filmmaker, writer and academic specialised in psychoanalysis, applied philosophy and film)
Professor of Film and Cultural Studies [Read More...]

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