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Kudos To Caribbean Film at Rotterdam Film Festival

In another sign that Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean’s film industry is beginning to take off, a number of regional filmmakers and films made their mark at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) in the Netherlands, which ran from January 21 to February 1. 623 more words


Indonesian (anti-)heroines at Film Festival Rotterdam

Tara Basro (left) and Sekar Sari (right), lead actresses in Another Trip to the Moon and Siti respectively.

The 44th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR for short) was held this year from the 21st of January to the 1st of February. 1,222 more words

Another Trip To The Moon

Rotterdam Film Festivali sessizce kapanışını yaptı...

[Antrakt Sinema‘da yayımlanmış yazılarım.] Yazar: Nur Özgenalp

Nur Özgenalp bütün yazıları

Geçtiğimiz pazar günü Rotterdam Film Festivali sona erdi. 30 Ocak 2015, cuma gecesi düzenlenen törende festivalin başarılı filmleri ödüllerine kavuştu. 1,166 more words


A Tiger in the Slow Lane

A large bottle of water, lip balm, hand cream, eye drops, a fleece to double as a supportive cushion for the small of the back or to curl up in if the cinema is cold, a small cardholder to avoid fumbling with your wallet when buying super-last minute tickets and running for the cinema to get there before the film titles roll. 699 more words


1st February 2015 - International Film Festival Rotterdam

Admittedly, this shot is pants. I wasn’t tall enough or, more to the point, standing far back enough. The tiger is the official logo/symbol of the IFFR and this cinema, Oude Luxor Theater, was where we saw Kapgang (Speed Walking in English); a Danish coming of age film set in 1976. 28 more words


The Pagan Experience: humanity

I have decided to join the Pagan Experience blog project. It will be a great way to keep blogging regularly and explore topics I would not have chosen to explore by myself. 507 more words

The Pagan Experience

Vanishing Point หนังไทยผงาดคว้า Tiger Award

ในขณะที่รางวัลสุพรรณหงส์แสดงความตกต่ำคุณภาพของหนังไทยในปีที่ผ่านมา (และรุ่งเรืองของหนังสารคดี)  แต่ปีนี้ยังพอมีข่าวที่พอให้ความหวังรับต้นปีเมื่อ Vanishing Point ของผู้กำกับ เก่ง จักรวาล นิลธำรงค์  คว้ารางวัล  Tiger Award  รางวัลใหญ่สุดจากเทศกาลหนังนานาชาติร็อตเทอร์ดัมมาได้ 25 more words