International Film Festival Rotterdam

Agnes Kocsis

Ágnes Kocsis readies biopic about Hungarian superstar Pál Szécsi (exclusive)

Kocsis was in Rotterdam with her third film ‘Eden’.

ana elena tejera

Ana Elena Tejera on the ethics of filming indigenous communities in IFFR title ‘Panquiaco’

Tejera’s film follows a fisherman who returns to his native Panama.

IFFR

Rotterdam Film Festival 2020 winners revealed

Asian features, female directors dominate prize winners.

Isabel Davis - Headshot

Screen Scotland’s Isabel Davis calls for UK to rejoin Eurimages as Brexit looms

Davis was talking in Rotterdam where a contingent of Scotland-based writers were in attendance.

Kimberly Jackson - Press Photo 2

Breaker backs Rotterdam favourite ‘La Fortaleza’, reveals new projects (exclusive)

La Fortaleza’s sales agent is using Breaker’s blockchain technology to track its revenues.

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‘A Perfectly Normal Family’: Rotterdam Review

A daughter watches her father transition in this carefully-observed debut, winner of Rotterdam’s Big Screen award

Beasts Clawing At Straws

‘Beasts Clawing At Straws’: Rotterdam Review

Jury prize winner is a darkly humorous crime caper from South Korea

The Cloud In Her Room

‘The Cloud In Her Room’: Rotterdam Review

Noteworthy debut from this female director marks a new voice in Chinese cinema

'The Evening Hour'

‘The Evening Hour’: Rotterdam Review

The grandson of a preacherman plies his trade in an opioid-afflicted West Virginia town

Nasir

‘Nasir’: Rotterdam Review

A day in the life Muslim man living in the predominantly Hindu city of Coimbatore