International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2010
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International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2010

International Film Festival Rotterdam

International Film Festival Rotterdam

Dates: January 27 – February 7 | Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands

The International Film Festival Rotterdam offers a quality selection of worldwide independent, innovative and experimental cinema and visual arts. It holds devoted to offering a platform to and actively supporting independent filmmaking from around the globe, The International Film Festival Rotterdam is the essential hub for discovering film talent and for catching the early buzz on many world and international premieres.

During twelve festival days, hundreds of filmmakers and other artists present their work to a large and devoted audience in 24 screening venues located within central Rotterdam. Up to 3,000 press and film industry representatives visit the festival to report on its buzz or to take part in CineMart, the largest co-production market for film projects.

Thirty-one titles have been selected for the Tiger Awards Competition for Short Films including Sarah Wood’s ‘For Cultural Purposes Only’. For a list of the lineup visit IFFR.

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