IFFRInternational Film Festival Rotterdam
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The IFFR will announce the details of the application process for a new festival director in the coming weeks.
(7) Today, most of these films constitute the majority entries from China in Euro-American hubs of independent Chinese cinemas, including IFFR, Berlinale, Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), International Film Festival of Asian Cinema Vesoul, and Chinese Visual Festival (CVF, London).
The 48th edition of IFFR will take place from 23 January to February 3, 2019, Azertag reported.
Sengupta's second feature after Labour of Love , Jonaki had four screenings as part of IFFR's Bright Future Section, which has been running since January 24.
For the third time, the film event IFFR Live will connect more than 45 cinemas (including the cinema theatre Pasaka) all around Europe (and not only Europe) into one of the world's largest film sessions.
Standing as one of the world's most prestigious film hub, we're pleased to announce that the IFFR is the ACC's first stop during 2016."
"I guess I started organising things out of enthusiasm and curiosity and slowly moved into it becoming my work." Meeting a Dutch girl was the reason for moving to Rotterdam, where he started with IFFR in 2006 and also curated more than 300 programmes and performances at Worm, an experimental new media centre in the city.
(1.) Peter van der Lugt and Ard Vijn, "IFFR 2010: An Interview with Tsai Ming-Liang," Twitch, December 9, 2009, accessed April 1, 2011, http://twitchfilm.com/interviews/2010/12/iffr-2010-an-interview-with-tsai-ming-liang.php.
El contenido alimenticio de la lenteja de agua (pausicostata Hegelm del Lemna) en el area de Kainji, Nigeria, informe del anuncio de IFFR.
A new challenge next year could be presented by the conflicting dates of the Rotterdam Film Fest (IFFR), which is scheduled January 27-February 7.
This year's International Film Festival of Rotterdam (IFFR) is continuing its fine tradition of highlighting Asian films.