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36th International Film Festival Rotterdam Reveals Some Titles; Tributes

By Indiewire | Indiewire December 20, 2006 at 2:19AM

The 36th International Film Festival Rotterdam has added five new films to its Tiger Awards competition. The films are "La Marea" by Diego Martinez Vignatti (Belgium), "Fourteen" by Hirosue Hiromasa (Japan), "Die Unerzogenen" by Pia Marais (Germany), "Does It Hurt? The First Balkan Dogma" by Aneta Lesnikovska (Macedonia), and "Bog of the Beasts" by Claudio Assis (Brazil). IFFR also announced Abderrahmane Sissako and Johnnie To will serve as its "Filmmakers in Focus" with tributes. The festival takes place in the Dutch city January 24 - February 4. [Brian Brooks]
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The 36th International Film Festival Rotterdam has added five new films to its Tiger Awards competition. The films are "La Marea" by Diego Martinez Vignatti (Belgium), "Fourteen" by Hirosue Hiromasa (Japan), "Die Unerzogenen" by Pia Marais (Germany), "Does It Hurt? The First Balkan Dogma" by Aneta Lesnikovska (Macedonia), and "Bog of the Beasts" by Claudio Assis (Brazil). IFFR also announced Abderrahmane Sissako and Johnnie To will serve as its "Filmmakers in Focus" with tributes. The festival takes place in the Dutch city January 24 - February 4. [Brian Brooks]





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