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IFFR 2020


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

Review: Mosquito

Review: Mosquito

The opening film of this year’s IFFR, by Portugal's João Nuno Pinto, borrows Kurtz’s final words in Heart of Darkness and delves right into the horror… the horror…  

23/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Big Screen Competition

Review: Tench

Review: Tench

Patrice Toye dares to tackle the topic of paedophilia head on, charting the inner conflict of a young man fighting his deepest, darkest thoughts  

22/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Voices Limelight

Janis Rafa  • Director of Kala azar

Interview: Janis Rafa • Director of Kala azar

“Humans infect everything around them”

Cineuropa caught up with Greek video artist-turned-director Janis Rafa, who is back at IFFR with her feature debut, Kala azar, following her short Requiem to a Shipwreck  

21/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | Tiger Competition

IFFR’s CineMart is all set for its 37th edition

IFFR’s CineMart is all set for its 37th edition

The leading Dutch co-production market will welcome 17 feature-film projects from around the globe and will introduce four VR ones  

15/01/2020 | IFFR 2020 | IFFR Pro

Rotterdam reveals full lineup of 49th edition

Rotterdam reveals full lineup of 49th edition

The titles span countries and cultures, ranging from traditional to experimental approaches, all encompassing urgency and cinematic relevance  

19/12/2019 | IFFR 2020

MUBI director of acquisitions Vanja Kaludjercic appointed director of IFFR

MUBI director of acquisitions Vanja Kaludjercic appointed director of IFFR

The Croatian co-production and market expert will work alongside managing director Marjan van der Haar  

11/12/2019 | IFFR 2020

Review: My Morning Laughter

Review: My Morning Laughter

Serbian filmmaker Marko Djordjević's debut effort is a highly original piece of psychological realism featuring what is probably the best love scene of the year  

04/12/2019 | Films | Reviews | Serbia

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

Review: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

In the aftermath of the English Civil War, a devout Puritan family shelters a mysterious couple, in British auteur Thomas Clay’s third feature  

14/10/2019 | London 2019

Review: The Dog Snatch

Review: The Dog Snatch

Fulvio Risuleo’s atypical second work is a grotesque tragi-comedy that sets itself apart in the Italian film landscape  

19/09/2019 | Films | Reviews | Italy

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