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Keith Griffiths & Simon Field - nurturing creativity

At the International Film Festival Rotterdam in January, the public could watch three films on permanent night-time loop, high above the city, broadcast on big screens attached to the side of tower blocks: these were a Carlos Reygadas film about a women's football match in the Andes, a Guy Maddin film featuring Isabella Rossellini in the electric chair and a Nanouk Leopold picture, filmed entirely in close-up. All were produced on behalf of the festival by UK outfit Illuminations.

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