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Amanda

Mikhaël Hers
2019

Jack Hawkins - 23-12-2019

Mikhaël Hers's meditation on loss and estrangement has an effortless naturalism, but lacks a visceral edge - in cinemas Friday, January 3rd [Read More...]

The top 10 dirtiest films of 2019

 

DMovies' team - 20-12-2019

We look back at the year of 2019 and ask our writers and readers to pick their dirty movie of the year; the list is as international, diverse and downright filthy as it gets! [Read More...]

Shooting the Mafia

Kim Longinotto
2019

Jack Hawkins - 02-12-2019

Director Kim Longinotto presents a short history of Sicilian culture with photojournalist Letizia Battaglia as the focaliser - in cinemas Friday, November 29th [Read More...]

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Les Parapluies de Cherbourg)

Jacques Demy
1964

Patricia Cook - 01-12-2019

Jacques Demy's magnificent and extremely original musical returns to cinemas nearly six decades after its original release; our writer Patricia Cook compares her viewing experience in the 1960s with the present - out on Friday, December 6th [Read More...]

The Cave

Feras Fayyad
2019

Jack Hawkins - 26-11-2019

In this National Geographic documentary, director Feras Fayyad captures the bravery and perseverance of besieged doctors fighting to save the people of Damascus - out in UK cinemas Friday, December 6th. [Read More...]

Ken Loach’s lucid indictment on free market capitalism

 

Victor Fraga - 23-10-2019

Our editor Victor Fraga met up with Ken Loach in order to find out what's gone wrong with workers' rights in the UK, as he releases his new film taking aim at zero-hour contracts [Read More...]

The making-of of the Cambridge Film Festival

 

Victor Fraga - 14-10-2019

The Marketing Coordinator of the third longest-running film festival in the UK speaks to DMovies, and she shares some of event's biggest achievements, anecdotes and encourages both established and nascent filmmakers to take part! [Read More...]

Our top 10 dirty picks from the Cambridge Film Festival

 

DMovies' team - 09-10-2019

As the 39th edition of third longest-running film festival in the UK approaches, we have cherry-picked the 10 most innovative, thought-provoking and downright filthy gems from the event that takes place between October 17th and 24th [Read More...]

Our top 10 dirty picks from the 2019 BFI London Film Festival

 

DMovies' team - 09-09-2019

Check out 10 dirtylicious films from the upcoming BFI London Film Festival, including the latest features by Martin Scorsese Francois Ozon and Kleber Mendonca Filho, plus a little treat from Pablo Larrain! [Read More...]

Amazing Grace

Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack
2019

- 01-04-2019

Aretha Franklin's performance from 50 years ago is soulful and uplifting, reminding us that music transcends religious traditions - now available on VoD [Read More...]


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Amanda
Mikhaël Hers's meditation on loss and estrangement has an effortless naturalism, but lacks a visceral edge - in cinemas Friday, January 3rd [Read More...]

The top 10 dirtiest films of 2019
We look back at the year of 2019 and ask our writers and readers to pick their dirty movie of the year; the list is as international, diverse and downright filthy as it gets! [Read More...]

Shooting the Mafia
Director Kim Longinotto presents a short history of Sicilian culture with photojournalist Letizia Battaglia as the focaliser - in cinemas Friday, November 29th [Read More...]

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Les Parapluies de Cherbourg)
Jacques Demy's magnificent and extremely original musical returns to cinemas nearly six decades after its original release; our writer Patricia Cook compares her viewing experience in the 1960s with the present - out on Friday, December 6th [Read More...]

The Cave
In this National Geographic documentary, director Feras Fayyad captures the bravery and perseverance of besieged doctors fighting to save the people of Damascus - out in UK cinemas Friday, December 6th. [Read More...]

Ken Loach’s lucid indictment on free market capitalism
Our editor Victor Fraga met up with Ken Loach in order to find out what's gone wrong with workers' rights in the UK, as he releases his new film taking aim at zero-hour contracts [Read More...]

The making-of of the Cambridge Film Festival
The Marketing Coordinator of the third longest-running film festival in the UK speaks to DMovies, and she shares some of event's biggest achievements, anecdotes and encourages both established and nascent filmmakers to take part! [Read More...]

Our top 10 dirty picks from the Cambridge Film Festival
As the 39th edition of third longest-running film festival in the UK approaches, we have cherry-picked the 10 most innovative, thought-provoking and downright filthy gems from the event that takes place between October 17th and 24th [Read More...]

Our top 10 dirty picks from the 2019 BFI London Film Festival
Check out 10 dirtylicious films from the upcoming BFI London Film Festival, including the latest features by Martin Scorsese Francois Ozon and Kleber Mendonca Filho, plus a little treat from Pablo Larrain! [Read More...]

Amazing Grace
Aretha Franklin's performance from 50 years ago is soulful and uplifting, reminding us that music transcends religious traditions - now available on VoD [Read More...]

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