Rotterdam film fest (IFFR) will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Hubert Bals Fund with the unspooling of Anup Singh's “Qissa” on opening night (Jan. 22). The Toronto-preeming”Qissa” is one…
BRUSSELS -- A bleak trio of films won kudos at this year's Rotterdam Film Festival, with themes ranging from paranoia in Iran to neo-fascist violence in Slovakia. The only laffer among the Tiger…
Polish helmer Agnieszka Holland's HBO Europe miniseries "Burning Bush" is to make its international debut at the Rotterdam Film Festival, the latest TV drama to play at a sprocket opera.
The Rotterdam Film Festival has created a patrons' fund that will support film projects from around the world and help bring them to the event.
The lure of one last job proves too great a temptation for a struggling parolee and family man.
Sandra den Hamer, co-director of the Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam, has been appointed general director of the IFFR beginning March 1.
Plans on the part of Rotterdam to peg itself as the new audiovisual center of Holland appear to have come to a screeching halt.
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