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Monsters and Men

Reinaldo Marcus Green

Michael McClure - 16-01-2019

Afro-American man accidentally witnesses and films the police killing of another Afro-American, in powerful drama about getting trapped in the machinations of power - in cinemas Friday, January 18th [Read More...]
My French Film Festival (online) @ Your home
Jan 18 – Feb 18 all-day
My French Film Festival (online) @ Your home

After a record year in 2018 with more than 12 million film views, the world’s first online French-language
film festival is back. The best of new-generation French cinema will be available online once again from January 18th to February 18th 2019 across the globe.

The festival will also be available on local platforms, such as Curzon Home Cinema (United Kingdom), Filmin
and Movistar+ (Spain), Orange (Romania), Ivi and Megogo (Russia), ONET and TVP (Poland), MyMovies
(Italy) and Qubit (Latin America).

Just click here for more information about the event!

International Film Festival Rotterdam @ Rotterdam - various venues
Jan 23 – Feb 13 all-day
International Film Festival Rotterdam @ Rotterdam - various venues

The International Film Festival Rotterdam is an annual film festival held in various cinemas in Rotterdam, Netherlands at the end of January.

Click here for more information about the event.

69th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) @ Berlin - various venues
Feb 7 – Feb 17 all-day
69th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) @ Berlin - various venues

The largest film festival in the world (in terms of audience, with about 500,000 admissions every year) takes place for the 69th consecutive time in the German capital. DMovies will be live at the event with two journalists unearthing the dirtiest gems firsthand and exclusively for you!

Click here for more information about the event.

Mary Queen of Scots

Josie Rourke

Jeremy Clarke - 08-01-2019

A tale of two kingdoms. As Queen of Scotland in the turbulent 16th century, Mary must contend with her cousin Elizabeth I of England in order to stay alive, in po-faced historical epic - in cinemas from Friday, January 18th [Read More...]

Beautiful Boy

Felix Van Groeningen

Victor Fraga - 13-01-2019

The life of 18-year-old Nic Sheff is turned upside down after he becomes addicted to crystal meth, in this cinema adaptation of best-selling books by Nic and his father David - in cinemas Friday, January 18th [Read More...]

London Unplugged

Layke Anderson, Natalia Casali, Nick Cohen, Mitchell Crawford, Andres Heger-Bratterud, Ben Jacobson, Rosanna Lowe, Gaelle Mourre, Kaki Wong, Qi Zhang

Victor Fraga - 12-01-2019

Anthology film comprising 10 segments directed by emerging filmmakers celebrates the British capital, serendipity and isolation, mostly from a very female perspective - in cinemas Friday, January 18th [Read More...]

The Raft

Marcus Lindeen

Redmond Bacon - 14-01-2019

Is this Big Brother's grandfather? The surviving members of a very strange social experiment are brought together nearly a century later: the 11 strangers were made to live on a raft for three months cut off from the rest of the world - in cinemas Friday, January 18th. [Read More...]

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

RaMell Moss

Ben Flanagan - 12-06-2018

Twisting your filmic perceptions! Free-form and elliptical doc transforms the mundane life of impoverished Alabama county into hypnotic storytelling masterpiece - in cinemas Friday, January 18th [Read More...]

Under the Tree (Undir trénu)

Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson

Fedor Tot - 08-08-2018

The seeds of mistrust have been sown! Icelandic comedy about neighbours feuding over tree that blocks the sun has brilliant moments of black humour, but doesn't gel together as a whole - now available on VoD [Read More...]


Wash Westmoreland

Michael McClure - 08-01-2019

Biopic of French writer Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette starring a stunning Keira Knightley details her struggle to overcome strict societal constraints of the Belle Époque and to become an artist in her own right - in cinemas from Wednesday, January 9th [Read More...]

I, Daniel Blake

Ken Loach

Victor Fraga - 18-10-2016

Britain without dignity and self-respect: Ken Loach's latest drama is an emotional and stinging denunciation of modern Britain's socio-economic failures, and how the benefit system is literally killing people - now available on BBC iPlayer [Read More...]

Stan & Ollie

Jon S. Baird

Victor Fraga - 08-01-2019

Late-career biopic following a UK tour of Laurel and Hardy successfully rescues and celebrates slapstick and old Hollywood nostalgia, but it also lacks a little punch (or slap?) - in cinemas on Friday, January 11th [Read More...]

Tehran Taboo

Ali Soozandeh

Jeremy Clarke - 21-09-2018

The whore, the madonna and the one-night stand. A rotoscoped drama in which three women in very different social situations struggle to survive the sexually repressive regime that is Tehran - now available on VoD [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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