International Film Festival Rotterdam
More than 8,500 attendees turned up for second Curacao International Film Festival Rotterdam.
FIPRESCI award goes to The Fifth Gospel of Kaspar Hauser; NETPAC prize goes to What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love; inaugural Big Screen Award won by Pretty Butterflies; and The Future wins critics prize.
Established art house directors Yorgos Lanthimos and Lucrecia Martel won cash prizes as International Film Festival Rotterdam’s 30th coproduction market CineMart announced its prizes last night.
Dominga Sotomayor [pictured], one of last year’s Rotterdam Tiger winners for Thursday Till Sunday, is co-writing and co-directing a new short film, The Time Before, with European Film Award winner Katarzyna Klimiewicz.
As it heads into its second year, the Curacao International Film Festival Rotterdam is starting a new competition for emerging talents from region around the Caribbean Sea.
Dir/scr: Aaron Douglas Johnston. US. 2013. 72mins
Dir/scr: Alicia Scherson. Chile-Italy-Spain. 2013. 94mins
Dir: Michael Noer. Denmark. 2013. 96mins
Dir/scr: Marion Hänsel. Belgium-France-Germany. 2013. 81mins
Dir: Richard Raaphorst. Netherlands-US-Czech Rep. 2013. 86mins