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    Things I Learned at the Rotterdam Film Festival

    How must festivals must change to survive in the digital age? How can they continue to support independent film and filmmakers, build audiences, increase film literacy and encourage vital dialogue when watching films on a big screen is no longer the norm? Panels and programs at Rotterdam grappled ...

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    How Many Bad Movies Does It Take to Ruin a Film Festival? This Year's Rotterdam Has the Answer

    Simply put, there are now far too many film-festivals, and most of them show far, far too many films.

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    Rotterdam 2014 Juries Award Films

    During today's Awards Ceremony in de Doelen (Rotterdam), the winners of IFFR’s nineteenth Hivos Tiger Awards Competition, as well as of the second Big Screen Award Competition and of the NETPAC, FIPRESCI, KNF, and MovieZone awards were announced.

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    Rotterdam Panel: Creative Co-Funding of Indie Films, from Tribeca to Kickstarter (UPDATED)

    Funding and financing an independent film takes almost as much creativity as making the film, according to a panel of representatives from The Tribeca Film Fund, Kickstarter and Cinereach. Filmmakers from outside the U.S. -- especially those in Europe -- benefit from government support and co-produc...

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    Rotterdam: Women Directors and Women-Driven Narratives Are Front and Center

    A festival like Rotterdam is a great place for women directors to gain exposure. Not coincidentally, Rotterdam is also a great venue for films with female-driven narratives. The five I saw, three directed by women and two by men, shared an interest in how the past haunts the present; in intense feel...

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    Why A Visionary Work Over a Decade In the Making Has Dominated the Rotterdam Film Festival

    The only way to make sense of the Rotterdam festival is to plunge in and hope for the best — a comment that also applies to the most talked-about single element of the program at its halfway mark.

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    International Film Festival Rotterdam Showcases--and Supports-- Emerging Talent (TRAILERS)

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam mandate is the discovery and display of new talent. Like its home city, filled with mind-bending modern architecture by the likes of native son Rem Koolhaas (who boasts a co-writer credit on the noir film "The White Slave" as well as an unproduced script fo...

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    Lukas Moodysson's Wonderful Punk Band Comedy 'We Are the Best!' to Close Rotterdam Film Festival (TRAILER)

    Lukas Moodysson's hilarious and heartfelt coming-of-age film "We Are the Best!," following three pre-teen girls in 1980s Stockholm who start a punk band, has been selected as the closing night film of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, running January 22 through February 2. Watch the trailer...

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    76 Submissions for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film

    The most complete list with information and trailers for all the 67 Best-Foreign Language Film Academy Award Submissions. We are updating the list regularly with reviews and interviews with the directors.

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    LatinoBuzz: Morelia FF Unveils Most Impressive Mexican Competition Yet

    The 11th edition of the Morelia Film Festival (FICM) which will take place in Morelia, Michoacan October 18-27, announced its raison d’être Mexican competition of 88 films consisting of 11 narrative features, 23 documentaries, 43 short films and finally 11 films in their Michoacan section, in which...

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