Rotterdam International Film Festival

http://www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com

Netherlands

Submission to the Festival is open for feature films, creative documentaries, experimental films, short films and innovative visual productions for digital media.

As part of the official programme the Festival includes a competition to promote talented new filmmakers. Eligible for the competition are first or second time directors of a feature films. The film should have its world, international or European premiere in Rotterdam. During the festival an international jury selects three winners who will each receive Tiger Awards, sponsored by public broadcasting organisation VPRO.

Hungarian films at the festival

1994 - Video Blues
1994 - Vaska Easoff
1995 - Woyzeck
1996 - The Outpost
1997 - Paramicha, or Glonci the Rememberer
1997 - Mao, the Real Man
1997 - Vaska Easoff
1998 - The Witman Boys
1998 - In memoriam Gyöngyössy Imre
1998 - Child Murders
1999 - Bolshe Vita
2000 - 6:3
2000 - Simon the Magician
2001 - Werckmeister Harmonies
2001 - Jonuc and the Beggar Mob
2002 - Sticky Matters
2002 - Day After Day
2003 - After Rain
2003 - Pleasant Days
2003 - Hukkle
2003 - A Bibó Reader
2004 - Safari
2005 - Getting Even
2005 - Eastern Sugar
2005 - Little Apocrypha No.2
2006 - Death Rode out of Persia
2006 - Before Dawn
2006 - Dealer
2006 - Johanna
2006 - Black Brush
2007 - The Bird Saviour, Clouds and Wind
2007 - The Dike of Transience
2007 - Kythera
2008 - Own Death
2008 - Milky Way - ambient movie
2008 - The Man from London
2009 - Delta
2009 - Sparkle
2009 - Metamorphosis
2009 - Lost World
2010 - I am Not Your Friend
2011 - Adrienn Pál
2011 - Tender Son - The Frankenstein Project
2013 - Look Inside The Ghost Machine (in competition)
2015 - Free Fall
2020 - Eden

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