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IFFR 2020


49 articles available in total starting from 19/09/2019. Last article published on 11/03/2020.

Review: Drama Girl

Review: Drama Girl

Cher’s wish to “turn back time” is finally granted in Vincent Boy Kars’ touching oddity  

27/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Review: This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection

Review: This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection

Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s first fiction feature is an inspired and bewitching work on the border between realism and myth, ethnography and onirism  

27/01/2020 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The End Will Be Spectacular

Review: The End Will Be Spectacular

Ersin Çelik uses the 100-day resistance campaign in Diyarbakir, which started in November 2015, to highlight the divisions between the Turkish authorities and the Kurds  

27/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Perspectives

Review: Working Girls

Review: Working Girls

Anne Paulicévich and Frédéric Fonteyne present a choral portrait of three everyday heroines leading double lives in order to make ends meet  

27/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices Limelight

Review: Kala azar

Review: Kala azar

In her feature debut, Janis Rafa proves you don’t need Mad Max to go post-apocalyptic  

27/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Anne Paulicevich and Frédéric Fonteyne • Directors of Working Girls

Interview: Anne Paulicevich and Frédéric Fonteyne • Directors of Working Girls

“We wanted to explore a female form of heroism”

We met with Anne Paulicevich and Frédéric Fonteyne to talk about their film Working Girls, selected in the IFFR  

27/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices Limelight

Review: The Year of the Discovery

Review: The Year of the Discovery

Luis López Carrasco gives a voice to the victims of the lesser known events of 1992, a celebrated year in Spain, offering a re-reading of history in a documentary which demands the truth be told  

24/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

Review: Valley of Souls

Review: Valley of Souls

The first fiction feature by the Colombian director living in Belgium Nicolás Rincón Gille is an epic memorial tale following in the tracks of the Colombian Civil War  

24/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices

Festival Scope presents a selection of films from IFFR 2020

Festival Scope presents a selection of films from IFFR 2020

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  

24/01/2020 | IFFR 2020

Mira Fornay  • Director of Cook, F**k, Kill

Interview: Mira Fornay • Director of Cook, F**k, Kill

“There is no logic in hurting someone you love”

Cineuropa talked to Slovakian director Mira Fornay, who is about to show her third feature, Cook, F**k, Kill, at the IFFR  

23/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices

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