This festival, IFFR and CJP (the Cultural Youth Card) are serving up a tasty menu of unmissable festival films during CJP Serveert on Saturday 28 January. From 11:00 to 18:00 hours the Oude Luxor Theater will be the venue for a sumptuous programme of three films, Q&As with filmmakers and of course beer and the famous Dutch bitter balls: the best way to binge-watch! All put together specially for holders of the CJP card up to thirty years – but non-card-holders are just as welcome, so get your tickets now!

You are under thirty years old and want to go to CJP Serveert @ IFFR but you don’t own a CJP-card? Order a combo deal now and get a ticket to CJP Serves and a CJP-card (total worth € 42,50) for only € 29,00. Sit back and count your profits!

Moonlight
American indie sensation shows the life of a black man as he grows from being the poor child of a single, addicted mother into a tough adult continually wracked with doubt. This poetic narration about the exploration of identity, sexuality and bonding is pioneering in its tender portrayal of black masculinity. It has already won many prizes.

Réparer les vivants
One person dies and many lives are affected. Everything is related to everyone. What can be decided? Three storylines (with actors like Bouli Lanners, Tahar Rahim and Emmanuelle Seigner) become increasingly intertwined as the clock ticks and a stopped heart may save an unknown life.

A Hustlers Diary
The actions of the criminal Metin – just like the disconsolate Swedish settings in which his life unfolds – are veiled in shades of grey. He has grand dreams about becoming famous, and unfortunately reality keeps getting in the way and hitting him in the face. A layered portrait, both raw and funny.