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International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2018

The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) offers a high quality line-up of carefully selected fiction and documentary feature films, short films and media art. The festival’s focus is on recent work by talented new filmmakers. However, within the four sections that the festival presents, there is also room for retrospectives and themed programmes. The festival’s official selection includes more than 500 features, mid-length and short films from over 50 countries. It aims to organise and stimulate film-related activities in Rotterdam. The 47th IFFR will be from January 24 till February 4, 2018.



Directed by Alphonse Puthren, Sameer Sulthan, Lokesh Kanakaraj, Mohit Mehra and Guru Smaran, Aviyal is a collection of five Tamil short films with a prelude that is linked by their genre.


Directed by Karthik Subbaraj, the film is about an aspiring director who targets a ruthless gangster because he wants to make a violent gangster film. His discreet attempts to research the gangster fail miserably. Finally, when he gets caught snooping, all hell breaks loose.


Directed by R S Durai Senthilkumar, this film is about an idealistic man and his identical obverse… an ambitious politician. It navigates both lives in parallel. Which one will achieve the good life?

Opening Film


Directed by Jesper Ganslandt, the film is about a father and son embarking on a journey through Europe that challenges our preconceptions in an unexpected way. The film shows that a child’s universe is both very small but also bigger than an adult can imagine.


Bright Future Mid-Length

Au-delà de l’un/Beyond The One


Everyone In Hawaii Has A Sixpack Already


Good Evening To The People Living In The Camp

La muerte del maestro/The Death of the Master

Pierdete entre los muertos/Drown Among The Dead

Playing Men

Der Schurke Robert Otto/Villain Robert Otto

Stomach Of The World

Ammodo Tiger Short Competition

Absent Wound

Between Relating And Use

The Craft

Dangerous On The Way

The Drift

Eight Images From The Life Of Nastya Sokolova



Je suis un monster


Bright Future Short

3rd Builders’ Street

A Composition In Blue, Red & Other Colours

A Dialogue With Cyberspace

A Drowning Man

AAA Cargo

Almost Nothing: So Continues The Night

An Empty Threat

Analysis of Emotions And Vexations 2

Antes do lembrar

Anti-Objects, Or Space Without Path Or Boundary

Voices Short

8th Continent

After The Exhibition

Als je terugkomt woon ik aan het water

A passagem do cometa

The Atomic Soldiers


Damien Décembre

Death Of The Sound Man

Elastic Recurrence

Everything Is Far Away

Closing Night

The Death of Stalin

Directed by Armando Lannucci, this film lampoons the self-serving attitudes of authority figures while zooming in on the Kremlin power struggles that ensued following the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.

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