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Combining within its organisation the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Hubert Bals Fund and co-production market CineMart, IFFR offers a launching pad and supportive platform for innovative and talented independent filmmakers.


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51st International Film Festival Rotterdam kicked off Online

We at the press office look forward to welcoming you to IFFR 2022. Read on for an introduction to our Press & Industry Selection 2022, watching films, requesting interviews and practical information.
 

Festival Scope Pro: Press & Industry screenings

Accredited press can watch titles from our Press & Industry Selection 2022 on Festival Scope Pro from 26 January to 14 February. An invitation with instructions on how to access Festival Scope Pro will be sent to your inbox by 25 January. Please be aware that some films might not be available in your territory due to rights holders’ agreements. For any questions regarding availability, please contact the IFFR Press Office (internationalpress@iffr.com).

Please note: Each film can only be streamed once by each user on Festival Scope Pro.

 Find more information here   

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Opening Night: Please Baby Please & Stranger than Rotterdam with Sara Driver

IFFR 2022 will open with the world premiere of Please Baby Please by American musician and filmmaker Amanda Kramer, accompanied by the short slice of film history Stranger Than Rotterdam with Sara Driver, a puppet animation by brothers Lewie and Noah Kloster. The opening film will be made available on Festival Scope from 27 January 09:00, following the world premiere on IFFR.com on 26 January.

Read more about the Opening Night here

 

Programme highlights

 

 

 

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Yamabuki by Yamasaki Juichiro

Big Screen Competition Competition

 

 

10 titles that offer a wide-ranging selection, bridging the gap between popular, classic and arthouse cinema.

 

 

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Mi vacío y yo by Adrián Silvestre

Big Screen Competition Competition
 

10 titles that offer a wide-ranging selection, bridging the gap between popular, classic and arthouse cinema.

 
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Polycephaly in D by Michael Robinson

Ammodo Tiger Short Competition
 

16 Short and Mid-length titles films compete for three equal awards.

 

 
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Tiger Competition Competition 

 

14 titles in the festival’s flagship competition and platform for emerging film talent.
 

 

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IFFR Talks

 

IFFR presents Big Talks with filmmakers Amanda Kramer, Mathieu Amalric and Rachel Lang, and cinematographer and Robby Müller Award recipient Sayombhu Mukdeeprom. IFFR Talks will be available worldwide on IFFR.com.
 

 

 Find an overview of IFFR Talks→

 

 
 
 

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IFFR Awards Ceremony

 

The IFFR Awards Ceremony will take place on 2 February at 15:00 (CET). With IFFR 2022 taking place online, and the competition titles only available to press and industry during the festival, the festival’s main competitions will be awarded alongside the IFFR Pro Awards in one event.

 

 Read about the IFFR Awards →

 

 
 

 

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Interview requests

 
 


If you wish to interview filmmakers or other talent featured in the IFFR 2022 programme, please send an email to internationalpress@IFFR.com (for international press) or press@IFFR.com (for national press).

 
 
 
 
 

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IFFR account

 
 


Log into your IFFR account to make use of your Agenda, find useful information and to access online interviews and programmes including IFFR Talks, Pro panels and the IFFR Awards Ceremony.
 

 
 
 
 

 

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Programme highlights

To help you navigate the Press & Industry Selection 2022, the press office will send you daily newsletters, highlighting one of our programme sections each day – including the Tiger Competition, Big Screen Competition, Ammodo Tiger Short Competition, Harbour, Bright Future, Cinema Regained and more.

 
 
 
Yamabuki by Yamasaki Juichiro
 
Tiger Competition Competitioncompetiti
 

14 titles in the festival’s flagship competition and platform for emerging film talent.
 

 
  Read more→
 
 
 
   
 
 
Mi vacío y yo by Adrián Silvestre
 
Big Screen Competition Competition
 

10 titles that offer a wide-ranging selection, bridging the gap between popular, classic and arthouse cinema.

 
  Read more→
 
 
 
 
 
Polycephaly in D by Michael Robinson
 
Ammodo Tiger Short Competition
 

16 Short and Mid-length titles films compete for three equal awards.

 

 
  Read more→

 

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Combining within its organisation the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Hubert Bals Fund and co-production market CineMart, IFFR offers a launching pad and supportive platform for innovative and talented independent filmmakers.

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