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ROTTERDAM 2019

Festival Scope presents a selection of films from IFFR 2019

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- Audiences online will get the chance to discover​ 22 titles from the Bright Future section on the same day as they are screened at the festival

Festival Scope presents a selection of films from IFFR 2019
Alva by Ico Costa

For the fourth consecutive year, Festival Scope and IFFR are bringing fresh talents to the screens of film lovers around the world. Audiences online will get the chance to discover​ 22 titles from the Bright Future section on the same day as they are screened at the 49th edition of the festival, which kicks off today and will come to a close on 3 February.

All online screenings will be available here. Each film is screened on the day of its premiere until 24 February for​ €4, or €2 when you purchase a Festival Pass of five or more films. Only 200 tickets are available per film on a first-come first-served basis. Country availability may vary.

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The list of films in the selection:

Again Once AgainRomina Paula (Argentina)
Alva [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Ico Costa
film profile
]
 - Ico Costa (Portugal/France/Argentina)
Around the World When You Were My Age [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
 - Aya Koretzky (Portugal)
Chèche Lavi - Sam Elisson (Mexico/US)
Dead Horse Nebula [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
 - Tarık Aktaş (Turkey)
Domains - Kusano Natsuka (Japan)
Fabiana - Brunna Laboissière (Brazil)
Heroes - Köken Ergun (Turkey/Australia)
House of My Fathers - Suba Sivakumaran (Sri Lanka)
Introduzione all’oscuro [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Gastón Solnicki
film profile
]
 - Gastón Solnicki (Argentina/Austria)
Last Night You Were Smiling - Kavich Neang (Cambodia/France)
No Data Plan - Miko Revereza (US)
Out of Sight, Out of Mind - Brian Follmer (United States/Mexico)
Sophia Antipolis [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Virgil Vernier
film profile
]
- Virgil Vernier (France)
Story of My Name - Karin Cuyul (Chile/Brazil)
The Garden Apartment - Ishihara Umi (Japan)
The Mercy of the Jungle [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Joël Karekezi
film profile
]
- Joel Karekezi (Belgium/France)
The Seven Last Words - Karl Lemieux, Kaveh Nabatian, Ariane Lorrain, Sophie Goyette, Juan Andrés Arango, Sophie Deraspe, Caroline Monnet (Canada)
Thirty [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
- Simona Kostova (Germany)
While We Are Here - Clarissa Campolina, Luiz Pretti (Brazil)
Your Bones and Your Eyes - Caetano Gotardo (Brazil)
You Have the Night [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Ivan Salatić
film profile
]
- Ivan Salatić (Montenegro/Serbia/Qatar)

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