Dominican Republic drama wins Yellow Robin Award at festival.
Brimstone director Martin Koolhoven also signs on for portmanteau project.
Sexy Durga, Rey and Moonlight win top prizes.
Screen discusses Rotterdam world premiere, about a far-right party, which has stoked controversy in France.
Film from Chilean filmmaker takes an unusual look at the life of Orélie-Antoine de Tounens.
Screen sat down with the film’s creative team and star to discuss the project’s origins ahead of its world premiere at IFFR on Jan 29.
Irreverent Dutch comedy subtitled ‘A Film in Five Parts’.
Film focuses in on the life of a marginalised worker in contemporary Brazil.
Film features drugs, bondage, voyeurism and sibling incest.
This stylised coming-of-age movie is set amongst the modernist architecture of Columbus, Indiana.
Birmingham-set film follows a second-generation immigrant who embarks on a road trip to find a legendary French painter.
Emerging Indian writer-director talks largely improvised female-focused road movie, which is world premiering in Rotterdam.
New film from Israeli film-maker Hagar Ben-Asher revolves around a lonely girl whose life is turned around after her apartment is burgled.
A US indie set in the suburbs calls to mind Stand By Me and mostly bears up well to the comparison
Dir: Chen Hung-i. Taiwan, 2017, 107 mins
Dir: Todd Hughes, P. David Ebersole, US/UK, 2017, 96 mins
Dir: Daan Bakker. Neth/Nor, 2017 85 mins
Dir: Konstantin Bojanov. Bulgaria/Belgium/UK, 2017. 102 mins
Dir: Lucas Belvaux. France/Belgium, 2017. 114 mins
Dir/scr/ed: kogonada. US, 2017, 101 mins
Dir: Peter Mackie Burns. UK, 2017, 87 mins
Dir: Pedro Aguilera. 2017, Spain/Colombia, 2017. 94 mins
Dir: Ernest Dickerson. 2017, US/Curaçao, 130 mins
Dir: Petr Lom. 2017, Neth/Nor, 81 mins
Dir./scr.: Michael Almereyda. US, 2016. 99 mins.
Dir. Janicza Bravo, USA, 2017, 83 mins
Dir. Alicia Scherson, Cristián Jiménez. Chile. 2017. 81 mins.
Dir/scr. Kirsten Tan. Singapore/Thailand, 2017, 101 mins