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IFFR 2019


60 articles available in total starting from 14/09/2018. Last article published on 12/03/2019.

Exploring the future of VR at IFFR Pro’s VR Days 2019

Exploring the future of VR at IFFR Pro’s VR Days 2019

The conference organised by IFFR Pro and VR Days Europe looked to the future of a medium that is constantly evolving but which still needs to find its way in terms of storytelling and financing  

30/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | IFFR Pro

Review: Bloody Marie

Review: Bloody Marie

Guido van Driel and Lennert Hillege bring us the story of Marie Wankelmut, a graphic novelist and alcoholic in Amsterdam’s red-light district  

30/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Kenneth Mercken • Director of Coureur

Interview: Kenneth Mercken • Director of Coureur

“The storyline’s authenticity was paramount”

Cineuropa sat down with Belgian director Kenneth Mercken to talk about fictionalising his real-life story while preserving its authenticity in Coureur  

30/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Review: Queen of Hearts

Review: Queen of Hearts

Trine Dyrholm stuns in May el-Toukhy’s bold, pleasantly titillating drama, screening at both Rotterdam and Sundance  

30/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Big Screen Competition

Ico Costa  • Director of Alva

Interview: Ico Costa • Director of Alva

“Non-professional actors can always give me something that I had not thought of before”

Cineuropa sat down with Portuguese director Ico Costa to talk about defying conventional narrative structure and working with non-professional actors in Alva  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Bright Future Competition

IFFR Reality Check asks whether films can still be developed

IFFR Reality Check asks whether films can still be developed

Alternative techniques for film development, the variety of formats and innovative funding processes were the main topics discussed at the IFFR Pro conference  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | IFFR Pro

Review: The Beast in the Jungle

Review: The Beast in the Jungle

Clara Van Gool’s new film by is a modern adaptation of a Henry James story, a timeless tale that spans several eras  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Review: Coureur

Review: Coureur

First-time director Kenneth Mercken makes use of his own cycling experiences to explore competitive instinct and drug culture in sport  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Limelight

Review: Mens

Review: Mens

Isabelle Prim concocts an original, crafty and clever film that connects and interweaves two distant eras in the midst of a criminal investigation  

29/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Bright Future Competition

Review: Gold Is All There Is

Review: Gold Is All There Is

Presented in the Signatures section of IFFR, Andrea Caccia’s latest film is an observational, pictorial documentary to be enjoyed on the big screen  

28/01/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Signatures

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