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Hubert Bals fund

Rotterdam's Hubert Bals Fund backs four projects

Films from Colombia, South-Africa, Palestine and Brazil selected.

Think Fest

Festival innovation, Netflix in the spotlight at Jerusalem's Think Fest

Screen reports from festival-focused industry initiative’s first edition.

bero beyer

Think Fest: Protagonist, Karlovy Vary, IFFR chiefs on the changing arthouse scene

Mike Goodridge, Karel Och and Bero Beyer discuss the importance of festivals and distribution initiatives.


This Is Our Land

Lucas Belvaux talks timely political drama 'This Is Our Land'

Screen discusses Rotterdam world premiere, about a far-right party, which has stoked controversy in France.


IFFR Tiger directors: Niles Atallah, 'Rey'

Film from Chilean filmmaker takes an unusual look at the life of Orélie-Antoine de Tounens.


'45 Years' producer The Bureau talks new dark comedy-drama 'Daphne'

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.


Quality Time

IFFR Tiger directors: Daan Bakker on 'Quality Time'

By Screen staff

Irreverent Dutch comedy subtitled ‘A Film in Five Parts’.


IFFR Tiger directors: Affonso Uchoa and João Dumans on 'Aráby'

By Screen staff

Film focuses in on the life of a marginalised worker in contemporary Brazil.

Sister Of Mine

IFFR Tiger directors: Pedro Aguilera on 'Sister Of Mine (Demonios sus ojos)'

By Screen staff

Film features drugs, bondage, voyeurism and sibling incest.


IFFR Tiger directors: kogonada on 'Columbus'

By Screen staff

This stylised coming-of-age movie is set amongst the modernist architecture of Columbus, Indiana.

Light Thereafter

IFFR Tiger Directors: Konstantin Bojanov, ‘Light Thereafter’

By Screen staff

Birmingham-set film follows a second-generation immigrant who embarks on a road trip to find a legendary French painter.

Sexy Durga

IFFR Tiger directors: Sanal Kumar Sasidharan on Malayalam drama 'Sexy Durga'

By Screen staff

Emerging Indian writer-director talks largely improvised female-focused road movie, which is world premiering in Rotterdam.

The Burglar

IFFR Tiger directors: Hagar Ben-Asher talks 'The Burglar'

By Screen staff

New film from Israeli film-maker Hagar Ben-Asher revolves around a lonely girl whose life is turned around after her apartment is burgled.


Super Dark Times

'Super Dark Times': Review

A US indie set in the suburbs calls to mind Stand By Me and mostly bears up well to the comparison

The Last Painting

'The Last Painting': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Chen Hung-i. Taiwan, 2017, 107 mins

'Mansfield 66/67'

'Mansfield 66/67': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Todd Hughes, P. David Ebersole, US/UK, 2017, 96 mins

Quality Time

'Quality Time': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Daan Bakker. Neth/Nor, 2017 85 mins

Light Thereafter

'Light Thereafter': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Konstantin Bojanov. Bulgaria/Belgium/UK, 2017. 102 mins

This Is Our Land

'This Is Our Land (Chez nous)': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Lucas Belvaux. France/Belgium, 2017. 114 mins


'Columbus': Rotterdam Review

Dir/scr/ed: kogonada. US, 2017, 101 mins

'Daphne': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns. UK, 2017, 87 mins

Sister Of Mine

'Sister Of Mine (Demonios sus ojos)': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Pedro Aguilera. 2017, Spain/Colombia, 2017. 94 mins

Double Play

'Double Play': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Ernest Dickerson. 2017, US/Curaçao, 130 mins

Burma Storybook

'Burma Storybook': Rotterdam Review

Dir: Petr Lom. 2017, Neth/Nor, 81 mins

Marjorie Prime

'Marjorie Prime': Review

Dir./scr.: Michael Almereyda. US, 2016. 99 mins.


'Lemon': Review

Dir. Janicza Bravo, USA, 2017, 83 mins

Family Life

'Family Life': Review

Dir. Alicia Scherson, Cristián Jiménez. Chile. 2017. 81 mins.

Pop Aye

'Pop Aye': Review

Dir/scr. Kirsten Tan. Singapore/Thailand, 2017, 101 mins