Attending IFFR 2017 with your Cineville pass
IFFR and Cineville have joined forces! This year you can once again use your Cineville pass for a range of events during IFFR. Pass holders receive free admission to the sound//vision programmes, three compilation programmes in the Tiger Competition for Short Films and all Mid-length screenings. You don’t need to order tickets for these online, but you can collect them by showing a valid Cineville pass. You can do this from an hour ahead of the screening at the box office at the location where the event is taking place.
The sound//vision programmes focus on innovative, experimental and adventurous audio-visual culture. These evenings offer exceptional collaborations, sometimes specially for the occasion, between musicians, video artists, filmmakers and other artists working in the field of sound and vision.
From Thursday 26 January through Sunday 29 January the doors open at 21:00 hours, the programme starts at 22:00 hours, open till late! At WORM, Boomgaardsstraat 71. You can find the full programme here.
Tiger Competition for Short films
Unlike the Hivos Tiger Competition, the 'short Tigers' are not just for young makers or those just starting out. The competition is a great opportunity to see fresh new work, as almost ninety percent of the films are world, international or European premières.
The following three compilation programmes are available for free with your Cineville pass:
Tiger Competition for Short Films 1
- On Generation and Corruption
Makino Takashi , Japan, 2017
- Rubber Coated Steel
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lebanon, Germany, 2017
Prantik Basu, India, 2017
Thurday 26 January 20.00, Kino 1
Friday 27 January 16.00, Pathé 2
Friday 3 February 11:45, Cinerama 2
Tiger Competition for Short Films 5
- Nyo vweta Nafta
Ico Costa, Portugal, Mozambique, 2017
Simon Fujiwara, United Kingdom, 2016
- As Without So Within
Manuela de Laborde, USA, United Kingdom, Mexico, 2016
- Information Skies
Metahaven, South Korea, Netherlands, 2017
Sunday 29 January 16.30, Pathé 3
Monday 30 January 16.30, Pathé 3
Tuesday 31 January 13.00, Pathé 3
Tiger Competition for Short Films 6
Lois Patiño , Spain, Morocco, 2017
- What the Heart Wants
Cécile B. Evans, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Australia, 2017
- Fuddy Duddy
Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Austria, 2016
Omer Fast, Germany, 2017
Sunday 29 January 19.15, Kino 1
Monday 30 January 14.00, Kino 1
Thursday 2 February 14.15, Cinerama 2
Short Stories: Personal Distance
Compilation programme, 92'. Screens in Cinerama 2, Westblaak 18 at 15:30 hours.
A city, a removals box, an apartment and a hospital bed make up the fragile territories you can enter in this stylistically diverse programme on big-city intimacy.
- Long bueno
Abílio Dias, Brazilië, 2017, DCP, 30', Port, English subtitled
- The House or a Machine for Living In
Catarina Romano, Portugal, 2016, DCP, 13', Port, English subtitled
- Antes de irme
Mariana Sanguinetti, Argentinië, 2017, DCP, 10', Spa, English subtitled
Jelmer Wristers, Nederland, 2017, DCP, 40', Ned, English subtitled
The mid-length film in the spotlight. Not short, not long, but just as long as it takes. Films that owing to their length (40-65 minutes) don’t fit into the regular programme slots, but really deserve to be seen. The following screenings can be attended for free by showing your Cineville pass.