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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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IFFR confirms 23 films and jury for Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films


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45th International Film Festival Rotterdam
27 January – 7 February 2016
 
International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) has finalised its selection for the eleventh Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films. The 2016 selection is a mix of 23 short fiction films, documentaries and experimental films from countries including Japan, Palestine, Singapore, Brazil, Serbia, France and New Zealand. 
 
There are three Canon Tiger Awards for Short Films up for grabs, each consisting of a €3,000 cash prize plus a professional digital video camera made available by Canon. The awards will be presented on Sunday 31 January at 9 p.m. in LantarenVenster. The jury will also pick a film to go on to compete in the short films category of the annual European Film Awards (EFA).
 
Alongside Tiger Award-winner Roy Villevoye and renowned filmmakers such as Vincent Meessen, Cyprien Gaillard, Yto Barrada and Mark Leckey, the selected makers include many new names and young filmmakers. The selection also contains eleven world premieres and three international premieres. Three of the films selected are from the Netherlands.
 
Selection Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films 2016
All Still Orbit, Dane Komljen, James Lattimer, (Croatia, Serbia, Germany, Brazil)
an is that isn’t always, Richard T. Walker (USA)
B-ROLL with Andre, James N. Kienitz Wilkins (USA)
Cinéma concret, Makino Takashi (Japan, the Netherlands)
Dag'aa, Shadi Habib Allah (Palestine)
The Double, Roy Villevoye, Jan Dietvorst (the Netherlands)
Dream English Kid 1964-1999 AD, Mark Leckey (United Kingdom)
Elle pis son char, Loïc Darses (Canada)
Engram of Returning, Saïto Daïchi (Canada)
Establishing Eden, Persijn Broersen, Margit Lukács (the Netherlands, New Zealand)
Faux départ, Yto Barrada (Morocco)
Letters from Panduranga, Nguyen Trinh Thi (Vietnam)
Night Soil – Economy of Love, Melanie Bonajo (USA, the Netherlands)
Nightlife, Cyprien Gaillard (France)
not even nothing can be free of ghosts, Rainer Kohlberger (Austria, Germany)
Novaciéries, Jonathan Debrouwer, Marine Brutti, Arthur Harel (France)
One.Two.Three, Vincent Meessen (Belgium)
Painting with History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names 3, Korakrit Arunanondchai (USA, Thailand, France)
Le Park, Randa Maroufi (France)
SEA STATE 6, Charles Yi Yong Lim (Singapore)
Solitary Acts (4, 5, 6), Nazli Dincel (USA, Turkey)
Tout le monde aime le bord de la mer, Keina Espiñeira (Spain)
Viva água, Cynthia Madansky (Italy)
 
Jury Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films
The jury for the Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films is made up of British artist, filmmaker and double winner of this award, Ben Rivers; politically committed artist, writer and filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen from Bangladesh; and Mieke Bernink, professor on the Master’s degree course at the Netherlands Film Academy.
 
IFFR is a prominent showcase for short and medium-length films (45 to 65 minutes), and the programme is one of the most extensive of its kind in Europe. This year, the films can be found across the festival’s programme and IFFR’s four new sections: Bright Future, Voices, Deep Focus and Perspectives. The full programme of more than 150 films screens from Monday 28 January through Monday 1 February in LantarenVenster. On 6 February this is also the venue for the Short Film marathon, a 6-hour screening of all the highlights of the programme.
 
This is Where Reconstruction Starts and Throwing Shadows
This year, the IFFR programme also encompasses the elements Throwing Shadows and This is Where Reconstruction Starts. Throwing Shadows is a rare collection of psychedelic multi-projection films from Japan in the 1960s and ’70s, ranging from animations to newsreel montages. In This is Where Reconstruction Starts, IFFR takes on the role of co-producer, alongside its screening role. Within the context of the events marking 75 years of post-war reconstruction in Rotterdam, IFFR asked six makers from all over the world to make a cinematic reflection on the theme of "reconstruction" – the reconstruction of a city that is now home to 175 different nationalities.

sound//vision
sound//vision is the successor to IFFR’s popular Mind The Gap Nights. The sound//vision programmes always focus on innovative, experimental, adventurous audio-visual culture. The evenings present cooperations between musicians, video artists, filmmakers and other artists in the area of sound and vision. The late night programme takes place in the WORM venue on four successive nights during the festival, from Thursday 28 through Sunday 31 January 2016. For further information and tickets see: https://iffr.com/nl/soundvision-2016.
 
For four decades, IFFR has proudly developed and presented auteur cinema by helping filmmakers reach the broadest possible audiences. The festival is known around the world for its individual, innovative programming, with particular attention to talented new filmmakers. Quality films from all over the world are presented in Rotterdam to a large, international audience with the aim of inspiring and broadening horizons.
 
IFFR is one of the biggest cultural events in the Netherlands, and one of the biggest audience-oriented film festivals in the world. The 45th IFFR will take place from Wednesday, 27 January to Sunday, 7 February 2016. For twelve days, the latest feature films, documentaries, short films, exhibitions, performances, talkshows and debates make Rotterdam an exciting, global capital city of film. Official ticket sales start on Friday, 22 January. For more information, see IFFR.com.

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