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50th International Film Festival Rotterdam 27 January – 7 February 2021
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FLAMIN Jan 10
In this week's FLAMIN newsletter Margaret Tait Award Festivals: , commission: Shows: , News: , 20 x artist opportunities Read: Subscribe:
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The Quietus Feb 16
'A Dutch-born cinematographer, renowned for his collaborations with Wim Wenders, Jim Jarmusch and Lars Von Trier, Müller’s is an eye that adds drama to the most mundane of things.' Robby Müller at the International Film Festival Rotterdam
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Festival Scope 24h
“Erik Negro's project started in 2007 as a kind of machine to stop time.” - Check out Erik Negro’s personal and nostalgic THERE IS NO DARK SIDE (ACT ONE 2007-2019) right here 👉
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IFFR Unleashed: Mati Diop shorts With Atlantique by now hitting Dutch theatres, presents three of her short films that screened at previous editions of the festival: Big in Vietnam, Snow Canon, and Atlantiques. Watch now:
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Festival Scope Feb 14
“[Daveau’s] passionate life is examined in detail in an inexhaustible series of stunning archival photos and home videos.” - Watch Luísa Homem’s engaging and charming documentary SUZANNE DAVEAU 📽 here:
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Martin Kudlac Feb 15
Carl Olsson's spellbinding documentary Meanwhile on Earth blends the banal, the comic and the pragmatic of the funeral industry.
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Festival Scope Feb 15
“With its stunning hypnotic, minimalist photography, this drama is about desire, tenderness and suffocating modernity.” - Witness Maya Da-Rin’s innovative storytelling in THE FEVER 🔥 here:
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Martin Kudlac Feb 16
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Festival Scope Feb 12
“Swimming in these sinkholes, director Oda Kaori encounters intriguing shapes and beams of light, the water heaves, drops fall like razor blades.” - Discover the sacred sites of the Mayans in Kaori's entracing CENOTE, available to watch here: 🌊
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Electric Ghost Movie Magazine Feb 12
"Director Janis Rafa shines with a singular vision which permeates every frame and sequence of her debut." reviews from . Read it here ☞
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serena scateni Feb 11
For I wrote about Hara Kazuo's newest doc, REIWA UPRISING, its importance as a contemporary political document and how it dialogues w/ his previous work. It was great to watch it at , so if you're in NY catch it tomorrow at ✌️
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FLAMIN Feb 12
'Using AI to Question What Art Is' Read Hyperallergic's article about AIDOL, alumnus Lawrence Lek's CGI feature film about artificial intelligence and creativity: Stream AIDOL on until 23 Feb:
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Jean Noh Feb 12
I'd also recommend director Yoon Dan-bi's debut feature MOVING ON (남매의 여름밤). She won 's most recent Bright Future Award & the name fits. Her work is luminous & her future should be, too.
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hope dickson leach Feb 12
This is a film I now am desperate to see, made by an old pal - hey UK festivals, can someone programme this please?
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Shelly Kraicer Feb 11
Here’s a beautifully cut trailer for THE CLOUD IN HER ROOM (她房间里的云) by Zheng Lu Xinyuan (郑陆心源). Tiger Award winner . The film is really this mesmerizing.
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Vers Beton Feb 11
ging op zoek naar zichzelf in de installatie van G/D THYSELF, in . Bekijk de nieuwe visuele column👇
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IFFR Pro Feb 11
Watch Tiger Competition films in Berlin! Like last year, IFFR is screening all its 2020 films at 's European Film Market. All screenings take place at CinemaxX on 25 February 2020. Hope to see you there!
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Giovanni Marchini Feb 11
Delighted to have stumbled upon SLOW MACHINE at – a terrific debut and a marvel of DIY, shoestring-budget filmmaking. For , I chatted with co-directors Paul Felten & Joe DeNardo and lead Stephanie Hayes, who were just as lovely:
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Нил Юнг Feb 11
Replying to @THR @IFFR
links to all seven of my reviews on one handy page
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Нил Юнг Feb 11
my review of THE CLOUD IN HER ROOM, surprise winner of the Tiger Award at Rotterdam last week, where it edged out a Korean rival!
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