Selections for Tiger, Bright Future, and Big Screen competitions announced
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The first award goes to the Cinematographer Diego García and will be presented at IFFR 2020.
The IFFR will announce the details of the application process for a new festival director in the coming weeks
Days of Cannibalism, Lotus Position win new Dutch post-production awards
Special Jury Award goes to Take Me Somewhere Nice by Ena Sendijarevic
Festival’s 47 films include 19 world premieres, 10 international premieres, 1 European premiere
Three films each win Ammodo Tiger Short award
Dirty God is a compelling portrait of a young mother named Jade (a powerful debut role for actress Vicky Knight), and deals with themes of courage, self-acceptance and motherhood in contemporary London.
Eleven world projects to be funded by HBF
IFFR celebrates worldwide film, presents programme within 4 sections, each with its distinct character
Screenings new episode in long-standing collaboration between IFFR, Sarajevo Film Festival
Fund announced its grants last week, with 11 development grants worth €10,000, two co-production grants worth €50,000
Directed by Muayad Alayan, film portrays true story about affair between Jewish woman, Arab man in occupied Palestine