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23-05-2018
 

Ian Schultz - 23-05-2018

Ian Schultz explains why THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE is Terry Gilliam's best film since BRAZIL, and that it was worth crossing the Channel overnight and by bus in order to watch it! [Read More...]
May
31
Thu
Sundance Film Festival London @ Picturehouse Central
May 31 – Jun 3 all-day
Sundance Film Festival London @ Picturehouse Central

Sundance Film Festival: London returns to Picturehouse Central in 2018, bringing the best of the annual festival from across the pond to London audiences. The programme has already been announced.

Our dirty picks includes Eight Grade (Bo Burnham) and Generation Wealth (Lauren Greenfield).

Click here for more information about the event.

Jun
7
Thu
Sheffield Doc Fest @ Sheffield - various venues
Jun 7 – Jun 12 all-day
Sheffield Doc Fest @ Sheffield - various venues

Since beginning in 1994, Doc/Fest has become the UK’s biggest documentary film festival and the third largest in the world. Sheffield Doc/Fest is now widely recognised as one of the top three documentary festivals in the world, and “the most significant documentary festival in Britain”.

The Festival comprises:

  • Film programme of the very best in international documentary screenings;
  • Alternate Realities for innovation in interactive , augmented reality and virtual reality projects;
  • Talks & Sessions with high profile speakers, to inspire, inform and debate;
  • Marketplace & Talent for international business, delegations, pitching and training;
  • Social events and networking;
  • All Year screenings, talks and training outside of the festival period.

Sheffield Doc/Fest welcomes over 32,700 Festival goers each year, including over 3,500 industry delegates from over 60 countries.

Our dirty picks from this year’s programme include Tranny Fag (pictured) and The Trial.

Click here for more information about the event.

This is Congo

Daniel McCabe
2018

Victor Fraga - 23-05-2018

Nearly 60 years after its independence, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is still grappling with the most basic foundations of democracy, particularly on the Eastern border with Rwanda - doc is in cinemas Friday, May 25th [Read More...]

Fred

Paul van Carter
2018

Eoghan Lyng - 22-05-2018

Freddie Foreman reveals everything in this tell all documentary. Looking back on a life in crime, Foreman looks for forgiveness from his audience and from himself - available for digital download on Monday, May 28th, and it's out on DVD June 5th. [Read More...]

Cargo

Ben Howling/ Yolanda Ramke
2018

Charlie Jones - 22-05-2018

This "psychological" zombie movie has an interesting premise as well as underlying racial commentary, while steering clear of blood and gore; sadly it also lacks bite - exclusively on Netflix [Read More...]

Show Dogs

Raja Gosnell
2018

Alasdair Bayman - 17-05-2018

Comedy about brooding NYPD dog follows in the pawsteps of family-entertainment movies from the noughties, but unfortunately it fails to bite audiences - in cinemas Friday, May 18th [Read More...]

The Double Lover (L’Amant Double)

François Ozon
2017

Victor Fraga - 25-05-2017

François Ozon latest movie is a breathtaking sexual and psychological thriller in no way inferior to Swimming Pool, with an unbelievable twist at the end - out in cinemas on Friday, June 1st [Read More...]

Memoir Of A Murderer (Sal-In-Ja-Eu Ki-Eok-Beob)

Won Shin-yun
2017

Jeremy Clarke - 09-10-2017

A k-thriller with a memorable premise: serial killer with Alzheimer's suspects man dating his daughter is also a mass murderer - at the Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Terry Gilliam
2018

Victor Fraga - 20-05-2018

Terry Gilliam's intended magnum opus is a cauldron of self-references with a few good moments, but also a little hackneyed and unintelligible - live from Cannes [Read More...]

The Wild Pear Tree (Ahlat Agaci)

Nuri Bilge Ceylan
2018

Victor Fraga - 19-05-2018

Palme d'Or winning Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan returns to Cannes with a profound meditation on family and the role of the artist with almost 200 minutes of duration - live from Cannes [Read More...]

Yomeddine

Abu Bakr Shawky
2018

Victor Fraga - 19-05-2018

Egyptian comedy about leper seeking his father juggles lighthearted humour with very profound sense of humanity - live from Cannes [Read More...]

My Little One (Ayka)

Sergey Dvortsevoy
2018

Victor Fraga - 18-05-2018

Kazakh-Russian movie about illegal immigrant in Moscow deals with failed motherhood, lack of humanity and the collapse of the relations between Russia and its former friends - live from Cannes [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.

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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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