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Rotterdam International Film Festival

Rotterdam International Film Festival

タイプ別検索 : 長・短編映画祭
テーマ : 国際映画祭
場所 : オランダ
期間 : 1月, 2月

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    The Rotterdam International Film Festival International (IFFR) presents a wide selection of independent, innovative, and experimental films, as well as exhibitions of contemporary art, video, and new media. The festival actively supports filmmaking through the CineMart event, its co-production market, and the Hubert Bals Foundation.

    The IFRR is a place of dialogue and exchange that is indispensable in discovering new talent. The festival's world premieres and its official Tiger Awards competition put the spotlight on the latest developments in independent cinema. The work of hundreds of directors and actors is presented to spectators over the 12-day festival, with screenings held in 19 locations in central Rotterdam, attended by large audiences and around 3,000 industry professionals.

    The festival program includes the following sections:

    • Tiger Awards Competition: the official competition awarding three prizes of equivalent value to first or second feature films (Tiger Awards are also presented to short films).
    • Bright Future showcases films by innovative up-and-coming directors.
    • Spectrum section: devoted to culturally and socially engaged cinema. Many films funded by the Hubert Bals Foundation and films by masters of auteur filmmaking feature in this section. A large selection of short films is also included in this section.
    • Signals section: thematic selections, retrospectives, and the Focus sidebar.
    • Cinema Regained: devoted to independent cinema classics and documentaries about the art of cinema.

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    長編映画についての情報

    The Rotterdam International Film Festival International (IFFR) presents a wide selection of independent, innovative, and experimental films, as well as exhibitions of contemporary art, video, and new media. The festival actively supports filmmaking through the CineMart event, its co-production market, and the Hubert Bals Foundation.

    The IFRR is a place of dialogue and exchange that is indispensable in discovering new talent. The festival's world premieres and its official Tiger Awards competition put the spotlight on the latest developments in independent cinema. The work of hundreds of directors and actors is presented to spectators over the 12-day festival, with screenings held in 19 locations in central Rotterdam, attended by large audiences and around 3,000 industry professionals.

    The festival program includes the following sections:

    • Tiger Awards Competition: the official competition awarding three prizes of equivalent value to first or second feature films (Tiger Awards are also presented to short films).
    • Bright Future showcases films by innovative up-and-coming directors.
    • Spectrum section: devoted to culturally and socially engaged cinema. Many films funded by the Hubert Bals Foundation and films by masters of auteur filmmaking feature in this section. A large selection of short films is also included in this section.
    • Signals section: thematic selections, retrospectives, and the Focus sidebar.
    • Cinema Regained: devoted to independent cinema classics and documentaries about the art of cinema.

    The festival's program director views films at uniFrance Films in November.

    Contact at uniFrance Films: Johanna Von Hessen

    johanna.vonhessen@unifrance.org

     

    短編作品認可条件

    この日付以降製作された作品 : L'année précédant le Festival
    申込み期限 : 23/08/2019
    Unifranceの申し込み期限 : 23/08/2019
    この催しに関するユニフランスの連絡先 : Benoît Blanchard
    登録手数料が必要です
    外部サイトにて申し込み用紙入手可能 : https://iffr.com/en/film-entry

    字幕必須
    最大継続期間 : 59'
    この日付以降製作された作品 : L'année précédant le Festival
    認可されたジャンル : 全てのジャンル
    条件 : 未発表作品
    プレ選出に必要なフォーマット : DVD, Video File
    上映に必要なフォーマット : 35mm, ベータSP PAL, 16mm, デジタルベータ NTSC, HD CAM, デジタルベータ PAL, DCP (デジタル・シネマ・パッケージ)

    For Short Films

    Competitive festival with a film market. The festival awards a EFA Short Film Prize. The festival has a film market.

    Films must be accompanied by a dialogue list in French and English. To compete in the Tiger Awards short film competition, films must be world premiere screenings. Films previously screened in the Netherlands are not accepted.

    The festival does not return DVDs sent for pre-selection.