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How to write a dirty movie summary essay: comprehensive tips and techniques


Marina Hillquist - 16-09-2023

Master the art of writing a compelling movie summary essay with our detailed guide. Learn how to structure, analyse, and present your observations effectively for any film.  [Read More...]

Raindance: “younger” and more audacious than ever?


DMovies' team - 13-09-2023

As the UK's favourite indie festival announces its programme, with a strong focus on young and nascent filmmaking talent, we take a look at their selection, and ask the two artistic directors what is it that makes these directors special [Read More...]

The top 10 Campest movies of all time!


Isy Santini - 11-09-2023

From fur coats, giant hairdos, banging fists and vivacious overacting to inappropriately twee songs and even a cat that barks, Isy Santini scours the history of cinema in search of the most unnatural, exaggerated and yet sincere movies and movie scenes ever made [Read More...]

The role of casino in science fiction narratives


Marina Hillquist - 01-09-2023

Our reader Marina Hillquist dissects some of her favourite science-fiction franchises (in film and television), and explains how a very familiar game crept its way and even helped to construct the story [Read More...]

The film deity who knows it all!


Dimitris Passas - 30-08-2023

Dimitris Passas looks at three dirty movies that breach the rules of objectivity by inserting an omniscient narrator, and injecting the story with high irony and humour [Read More...]

Dirty and educational: movies that can teach students


Mariano Garcia - 29-08-2023

This informative guest post focuses on film education and how movies for students can help youngsters in the learning process. It offers various films that a student can watch and learn from them. [Read More...]

In defence of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer


Euan McGrath - 29-08-2023

Reader Euan McGrath responds to article entitled "Whitewashing the Miscreant", in which DMovies' editor Victor Fraga argues Christopher Nolan's new film has dangerous, imperialistic undertones; he believes that the movie is honest and realistic [Read More...]

Top 5 bestselling movies of 2022: Hollywood hits back


Marina Hillquist - 23-08-2023

Due to the pandemic, a lot of movie productions were put on hold. Some movies released in 2022 turned out to be one of the best-selling movies of all time as Hollywood hits back. [Read More...]

Other Articles

Whitewashing the miscreant
Oppenheimer is one of the most unabashed and toxic apologias of American Imperialism I have seen in my life, cunningly camouflaged as historical reflection; it seeks to to justify the unjustifiable by brushing over historicity, and by robbing victims of their identity [Read More...]

From the Leopard’s mouth: our verdict of the 76th Locarno Film Festival
Victor Fraga attended 2023's edition of one of the most exciting and surprising film festivals in Europe and the world; these are the dirty gems that he came across, and the biggest winners [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Tsai Ming-Liang
DMovies' editor Victor Fraga met with the iconic Taiwanese filmmaker as he prepared an exhibition and received a major prize at the 76th Locarno Film Festival; they talked about slow cinema, gay marriage in Taiwan, and... lots of sex! [Read More...]

Behind the scenes: how the digital gaming industry draws inspiration from movies
Mariano Garcia dissects the DNA and investigates the many traits that connect two of the very well-known entertainment industries [Read More...]

Does Christopher Nolan look down on his women?
Victoria Luxford writes in response to allegations that Christopher Nolan gives the female characters of Oppenheimer the "blow up doll" treatment, and that every single one of his films may have failed the Bechdel Test [Read More...]

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