Filmin premieres, new for January 2022: Lizzie, Swan Song

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Always oriented to a different type of viewer who is more inclined towards Author Cinema and National and International Indie / Independent Cinema, the Filmin platform has a catalog that covers a variety of genres, bringing together series, films and shorts. We are going to review what opens in January 2022 to start the new year.

Filmin premiere movies January 2021

January 7

All Eyes Off Me

After passing through Atlàntida Mallorca Film Fest, the new film by the director of “People That Are Not Me” returns to Filmin. A millennial reflection on sexual fantasies and love.

January 14, 2021

The Belly of the Sea

Agustí Villaronga’s last film (“Pa Negre”) adapts a text by Alessandro Baricco about the shipwreck of the French frigate Mèduse at the beginning of the 19th century. A poetic work that combines the languages ​​of cinema and theater and that draws similarities with the current humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean.

January 21


Chloë Sevigny and Kristen Stewart star in this historical reenactment of one of America’s strangest and most famous crimes, the murder of Andrew Borden and his wife at the hands of their daughter, Lizzie Borden.


The director of “Puta y amada” returns to his queer and underground universe in this Barcelona giallo with a large dose of metafiction, about a film director trying to bring his new film forward.

January 28

Swan Song

The role that has changed the life of Udo Kier. Biting, queer and iconoclastic comedy directed by a Todd Stephens who rides between the films of John Waters and the Coen brothers.

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Filmin premiere documentaries January 2021

January 7

Absence of Truth

The threat posed by the new populist regimes to freedom of expression and of the press focuses this documentary on the figure of the Philippine journalist María Ressa, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2021, and her confrontation with the president of her nation, Rodrigo Duterte.

January 25

The last three days

Belgrade, March 2001. Slobodan Milosevic seems to lead a quiet and isolated life with his wife and daughter; Except for the fact that his house is a real bunker. Withdrawn from power, indicted before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, international pressure is mounting. But the former head of state refuses to surrender. On March 31, special police forces finally broke into his home.


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