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Black And Blue

Deon Taylor
2019

Jeremy Clarke - 17-10-2019

When a rookie cop with a body cam witnesses fellow officers commit a brutal murder, she must get the incriminating footage back to the station before they can stop her - now available on VoD! [Read More...]

Dragged Across Concrete

S. Craig Zahler
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 15-04-2019

Refrigerator. Dead rat. Dirty characters exhibit misogyny and racism in this bleak vision and slow burning, edge-of-the-seat thriller - now available on VoD [Read More...]

If Beale Street Could Talk

Barry Jenkins
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 05-02-2019

A heartbreaking romantic drama adapted from a James Baldwin novel tackles racism at the very heart of the US - now available on VoD [Read More...]

1985

Yan Ten
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 17-12-2018

Not just another colourful Christmas movie! Beautifully shot in grainy black and white, family drama explores the Aids epidemic and Christian values in Texas in the 1980s - in cinemas from Thursday, December 20th, and then on VoD on Monday, December 24th [Read More...]

Hurricane

David Blair
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 03-09-2018

With the British RAF being decimated in the Battle of Britain, its squadron of Polish fliers turn the tables on the Germans - in cinemas from Friday 7th September [Read More...]

NINE movies empowering Afro-Americans RIGHT NOW

 

DMovies' team - 29-08-2017

The past 12 months have seen a large number of urgent and inflammatory films dealing with the issue of racism against Black Americans, so we have picked the NINE dirtiest anti-racist gems from the US exclusively for you [Read More...]

Blackface, yellowface, transface – where do you draw the line?

 

Victor Fraga - 22-08-2017

As the debate around blackface, yellowface and transface heats up, DMovies' editor Victor Fraga discusses the relation between race/gender identity and representation in cinema and questions the limits of acceptability [Read More...]

Quest

Jonathan Olshefski
2017

Victor Fraga - 15-08-2017

Hope, not fear: doc follows family in Philadelphia during the Obama years, and reveals that being Black in the US means facing an uphill struggle everyday while juggling not to lose the tenderness - in selected cinemas and VoD [Read More...]

Is this the year of “minority” horror?

 

Victor Fraga - 14-06-2017

The first six months of 2017 saw a number of dirty films either made by women or dealing with the subject of racism. Is the mutant beast of horror changing shape or is this just a quick fad? [Read More...]


Other Articles

Black And Blue
When a rookie cop with a body cam witnesses fellow officers commit a brutal murder, she must get the incriminating footage back to the station before they can stop her - now available on VoD! [Read More...]

Dragged Across Concrete
Refrigerator. Dead rat. Dirty characters exhibit misogyny and racism in this bleak vision and slow burning, edge-of-the-seat thriller - now available on VoD [Read More...]

If Beale Street Could Talk
A heartbreaking romantic drama adapted from a James Baldwin novel tackles racism at the very heart of the US - now available on VoD [Read More...]

1985
Not just another colourful Christmas movie! Beautifully shot in grainy black and white, family drama explores the Aids epidemic and Christian values in Texas in the 1980s - in cinemas from Thursday, December 20th, and then on VoD on Monday, December 24th [Read More...]

Hurricane
With the British RAF being decimated in the Battle of Britain, its squadron of Polish fliers turn the tables on the Germans - in cinemas from Friday 7th September [Read More...]

NINE movies empowering Afro-Americans RIGHT NOW
The past 12 months have seen a large number of urgent and inflammatory films dealing with the issue of racism against Black Americans, so we have picked the NINE dirtiest anti-racist gems from the US exclusively for you [Read More...]

Blackface, yellowface, transface – where do you draw the line?
As the debate around blackface, yellowface and transface heats up, DMovies' editor Victor Fraga discusses the relation between race/gender identity and representation in cinema and questions the limits of acceptability [Read More...]

Quest
Hope, not fear: doc follows family in Philadelphia during the Obama years, and reveals that being Black in the US means facing an uphill struggle everyday while juggling not to lose the tenderness - in selected cinemas and VoD [Read More...]

Is this the year of “minority” horror?
The first six months of 2017 saw a number of dirty films either made by women or dealing with the subject of racism. Is the mutant beast of horror changing shape or is this just a quick fad? [Read More...]

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