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When Trees Fall (Koly Padayut Dereva)

Marysia Nikitiuk
21-02-2018

Victor Fraga - 21-02-2018

The colour of my female dreams! Ukrainian film by first-time female director is visually exquisite and sophisticated, despite a very commonplace script - from the Berlinale [Read More...]
Feb
15
Thu
68th Berlin International Film Festival
Feb 15 – Feb 25 all-day
68th Berlin International Film Festival

The Berlinale is the largest and one of the oldest film festivals in the world. Two journalists from DMovies, Victor Fraga and Tiago Di Mauro, will attend the event this year and unearth the dirt from under the red carpet firsthand and exclusively for you!

Click here for more information about the event.

Feb
21
Wed
Glasgow FilmFestival
Feb 21 – Mar 4 all-day
Glasgow FilmFestival

Glasgow Film Festival (GFF) is one of the leading UK film festivals. Their audience is central to their programming and ethos – they aim to enable audiences to experience the best international cinema. GFF programme regularly features: new local and international film from all genres; mainstream crowd-pleasers to groundbreaking art-house experimentation; the return of well-loved classics alongside rare cult gems; with filmmaker guest appearances, interactive workshops and discussion panels.

Our new dirty writer Eoghan Lyng will be covering the Festival live – click here for more information about the event.

Kinshasa Makambo

Dieudo Hamadi
2018

Victor Fraga - 20-02-2018

Audacious doc registers the rebel struggle against the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo Joseph Kabila, who has been in power for 17 years and still refuses to budge - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Tranny Fag (Bixa Travesty)

Kiko Goifman and Claudia Priscilla
2018

Victor Fraga - 20-02-2018

Are you man enough for me? Brazilian gender terrorist Linn da Quebrada is in Europe to savage your primitive notions of masculinity and femininity - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Lemonade (Luna de Miere)

Ioana Uricaru
2018

Victor Fraga - 20-02-2018

Welcome to the house of green cards! Romanian drama exposes an American society and immigration system infested with patriotism and corruption - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

U – July 22 (Utøya 22. Juli)

Erik Poppe
2018

Victor Fraga - 19-02-2018

Terror has no colour and nationality. And it wields a gun. Reconstruction of Norwegian massacre in 2011 and profoundly disturbing and contains very current messages - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta)

Marcio Reolon and Filipe Matzembacher
2018

Victor Fraga - 19-02-2018

All the colours of the rainbow! Brazilian queer film about young man earning a living as a sexy glow paint performer in chat rooms avoids cliches, is psychologically multilayered and surprisingly moving - from the Berlinale [Read More...]

The Prayer (La Prière)

Cédric Kahn
2018

Victor Fraga - 18-02-2018

French director examines faith and devotion as the cure for drug addiction in a profoundly humanistic film, while also avoiding provocative statements - live from Berlinale [Read More...]

Daughter of Mine (Figlia mia)

Laura Bispuri
2018

Victor Fraga - 18-02-2018

Tale of disputed motherhood set in impoverished and scorching hot coastal village of Sardinia has flavours of Italian Neorealism - live from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Transit

Christian Petzold
2018

Victor Fraga - 17-02-2018

Just a little bit of history repeating? Audacious German film transposes Holoucast novel from 1942 onto modern Marseilles; the outcome is odd and yet bewitching - from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Dovlatov

Sergey German
2018

Victor Fraga - 17-02-2018

Biopic of Russian writer offers insight into a Soviet Union suffocated by censorship, plus it has plenty of anecdotes and bite-size treats for literature lovers and a convincing photography by Polish DOP Luykasz Zal (of Ida) - from the Berlinale [Read More...]

Eva

Benoit Jacquot
2018

Victor Fraga - 17-02-2018

Isabelle Huppert stars as a prostitute in an affair with a phony writer in psycho-sexual thriller adapted from a novel by British writer James Hadley Chase - live from the Berlinale [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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