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IFFR 2020

Festival Scope presents a selection of films from IFFR 2020

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- Audiences online will get the chance to discover​ 15 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 2020
My Morning Laughter by Marko Djordjevic

For the fifth year in a row, Festival Scope and IFFR are thrilled to present a selection of new and emerging talents to the screens of film lovers worldwide. Online audiences won't be far from the action as they will be able to discover Bright Future titles on the same day as in Rotterdam. This year, 15 films, including festival hits and world premieres, will be available to watch on Festival Scope.

The enthralling line-up includes European titles such as My Morning Laughter [+see also:
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, an impressive debut about a generation overprotected by their parents by Serbian writer, director, and editor Marko Djordjevic, Suzanne Daveau [+see also:
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by Portugal's Luísa Homem and British documentary AIDOL [+see also:
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by Lawrence Lek.

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The selection will also highlight festival favorites such as The Fever [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Maya Da-Rin
film profile
]
by Maya Da-Rin, The Tree House [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
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by Truong Minh Quý and Bird Island [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Maya Kosa and Sérgio da Costa
film profile
]
by Maya Kosa and Sergio da Costa, all three of them world-premiered in Locarno.

All online screenings will be available here. Each film is screened on the day of their premiere until 23 February for 4€ or 2€ when you purchase a Festival Pass of 5 or more films. Only 200 tickets are available per film on a first-come first-served basis. Country availability may vary.

The full list of films available:

AIDOL [+see also:
trailer
film profile
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- Lawrence Lek (UK)
Air Conditioner
- Fradique (Angola)
Bird Island [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Maya Kosa and Sérgio da Costa
film profile
]
- Maya Kosa, Sergio da Costa (Switzerland)
Cenote - Oda Kaori (Japan/Mexico)
Death Inhabits the Night - Eduardo Morotó (Brazil)
Domains - Kusano Natsuka (Japan)
The Dose - Martín Kraut (Argentina)
The Fever [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Maya Da-Rin
film profile
]
- Maya Da-Rin (Brazil/France/Germany)
The Invitation - Saurav Rai (India)
In the Middle of the Labyrinth - Salomón Pérez (Peru)
My Morning Laughter [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
- Marko Djordjevic (Serbia)
Nafi's Father - Mamadou Dia (Senegal)
Shell and Joint - Hirabayashi Isamu (Japan)
Suzanne Daveau [+see also:
trailer
film profile
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- Luísa Homem (Portugal)
Story of My Name - Karin Cuyul (Chile/Brazil)
Tierra Adentro - Mauro Colombo (Panama)
The Tree House [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
- Truong Minh Quý (Singapore/Vietnam/Germany/France/China)

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