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    IFFR¹s Trainee Project for Young Film Critics 2016 is Accepting Applications!

    If you are a talented young film critic interested in joining this project and you meet the criteria listed below, you should submit an application before Friday November 6, 2015.

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    Hubert Bals Fund Announces Spring 2015 and NFF+HBF Selections

    The Hubert Bals Fund (HBF) of the Rotterdam International Film Festival (IFFR) has selected eight film projects from seven countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East

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    Rotterdam Film Festival Names Indie Producer Bero Beyer Artistic Director

    Indie producer Bero Beyer has been named Rotterdam's new General and Artistic Director.

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    Garrett Bradley on Millennials, Making Films as a Woman of Color, and New Orleans-Set Debut 'Below Dreams'

    Bradley’s first feature, now on VOD, blends the dreamlike and the down-to-earth to produce one of the more empathic depictions of New Orleans' rumpled fabric to come out of the recent boom in local film production.

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    Rotterdam: CineMart Awards at Closing Ceremony: 'Luxembourg,' 'Santa y Delfin' and 'Toxic Immobility'

    It’s a thrill to see two out of three of the CineMart Awards are to filmmakers we are tracking: “Luxembourg” by Myroslav Slaboshptyskly from Ukraine and Cuba’s Claudia Calvino and Carlos Lechuga's “Santa y Delfin” won the inaugural Wouter Barendrecht Award.

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    Rotterdam Film Fest Announces Tiger Awards Competition and Jury

    Laura Citarella & Verónica Llinás represent Argentina with their directorial debut “La Mujer de los Perros”. Festival director Rutger Wolfson made the announcement that the ‘Hivos Tiger Awards Competition’ includes projects from Latin America, Thailand, U.K. & U.S.

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