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Cineuropa s’associe à Festival Scope pour présenter des films de Rotterdam

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- En anglais: Gagnez un pass pour accéder en exclusivité à cinq films sélectionnés au Festival de Rotterdam

Cineuropa s’associe à Festival Scope pour présenter des films de Rotterdam
The Flower Shop by Ruben Desiere

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais.

The 47th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam is opening its line-up to film lovers across the globe thanks to the partnership between Cineuropa and Festival Scope.

You can win tickets to watch five exclusive films from the Dutch gathering, and the only thing you need to do is register here before 6 February to win a Festival Pass that will give you access to these films, which will be available to watch until 20 February. Winners will be notified on 7 February.

There will be only 200 tickets per film, and even if you do not manage to win a free pass, remember that this is also a paying event, where every movie can be seen for the price of €4, and if you purchase five or more films, the cost is reduced to €2 each. Films will be screened in their original language, with English subtitles. Users will have one-time access to each film via the Festival Scope website, or on an iPad via the Festival Scope Player. The audience is asked to vote after each screening, in order to provide feedback about the line-up and to inform the organisers about the main highlights.

Click here to access the online theatre - and here is the line-up:

Gutland [+lire aussi :
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- Govinda Van Maele (Luxembourg/Belgium/Germany)
Milla [+lire aussi :
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- Valérie Massadian (France/Portugal)
Pin Cushion [+lire aussi :
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- Deborah Haywood (UK)
The Flower Shop [+lire aussi :
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- Ruben Desiere (Belgium/Slovakia)
Look Up [+lire aussi :
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- Fulvio Risuleo (Italy)
My Own Private Hell - Guto Parente, Pedro Diogenes (Brazil)
Blockage - Mohsen Gharaei (Iran)
Blue My Mind [+lire aussi :
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- Lisa Brühlmann (Switzerland)
Ella & Nell - Aline Chukwuedo (Germany)
Drift [+lire aussi :
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- Helena Wittmann (Germany)
The Tower - Sebastián Múnera (Colombia/Mexico)
Yeah - Suzuki Yohei (Japan)
The Heart [+lire aussi :
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- Fanni Metelius (Sweden) (sold out)
All You Can Eat Buddha - Ian Lagarde (Canada)
Permanent Green Light [+lire aussi :
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- Dennis Cooper, Zac Farley (France)
Meteors [+lire aussi :
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- Gürcan Keltek (Turkey/Netherlands)
Nina [+lire aussi :
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- Olga Chajdas (Poland)
Respeto - Alberto Monteras II (Philippines)
Sweating the Small Stuff - Ninomiya Ryutaro (Japan)
The Gulf [+lire aussi :
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- Emre Yeksan (Turkey/Germany/Greece)
August at Akiko's - Christopher Makoto Yogi (USA)
Impermanence - Zeng Zeng (China)
Messi and Maud [+lire aussi :
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- Marleen Jonkman (Netherlands)
Wandering Star [+lire aussi :
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- Alberto Gracia (Spain)
Amateurs [+lire aussi :
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- Gabriela Pichler (Sweden)
Counting Tiles - Cynthia Choucair (Lebanon)
Ambiguous Places - Ikeda Akira (Japan)
The Watchman - Alejandro Andújar (Dominican Republic/Puerto Rico/Brazil)
Sol Alegría - Tavinho Teixeira (Brazil)
Hit the Night - Jeong Ga-young (South Korea)

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