New Films from Friday 24 June


23 June 2022

It’s new films Friday at DCA cinema! We're kicking this week off with Jurassic World Dominion, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard join Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum for this T-Rex-sized adventure. 

Gripping Polish thriller Leave No Traces is based on the real-life case of a student killed by security police in 1983, and the brutal imposition of martial law that followed. We showed Il Buco in May as part of the Italian Film Festival, and we are delighted to bring this captivating, near mystical beauty from Michelangelo Frammartino back to Dundee. 

The Camera is Ours is a revelatory showcase of the work of pioneering female documentary makers of the mid-20th Century, newly restored by the BFI. By popular demand, we’ve added another screening of George Michael Freedom Uncut to our programme.

Pompo: The Cinéphile, a new anime adaptation of the hit manga series, stars Pompo as a gutsy producer in ‘Nyallywood’ - the movie-making capital of the world. And for Dundead fans, we're showing Earwig, the strange, creepy and completely unforgettable English language debut of French writer-director Lucile Hadžihalilović.

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Here's more from DCA's Cinema Team:

"Here at DCA we love it when you see a film that makes you look at the world just that little bit differently, and this week we have two fantastic events which do just that. 

First is the release of new Italian film Il Buco. More like a visual poem in style than a conventional film, with a relaxed (and relaxing) rhythm, it’s a hypnotic watch. 

The second is a selection of documentary shorts from trail-blazing British female filmmakers called The Camera is Ours. It’s a fascinating, eclectic mix of shorts from 1935-1967 which have, until now, long gone under-appreciated. 

We also have plenty of documentaries by female filmmakers on our VOD platform, DCA at Home. Sisters with Transistors is a fascinating, inspiring documentary about the female pioneers of early electronic music and, fittingly, it’s utterly electrifying."

Visit our Films page to find more details, plus a look at what's coming soon to DCA including ElvisNT Live: Prima Facie and The Deer King. Remember to share your reviews and comments on social media using #helloDCA – we love to hear what you think!

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