Attending IFFR 2018 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, EarWORM, the films from the Ammodo Tiger Short Competition and all Midlength 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 25 January through Sunday 28 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.
Ammodo Tiger Short Competition
Unlike the 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 films are available for free with your Cineville pass:
- Interregnum, Adrian Paci, 2017, Albania, 18'
- The Craft, Monira Al Qadiri, 2018, Kuwait/Lebanon, 16', world premiere (festival)
- Tree Identification for Beginners, Yto Barrada, 2018, USA, 37', world premiere (festival)
- Outpost, Wim Catrysse, 2018, Belgium, 34', world premiere
- Glimpse, Artur Żmijewski, 2018, Poland/Germany, 15', world premiere (festival)
- The Remembered Film, Isabelle Tollenaere, 2018, Belgium, 18', world premiere
- Mirage My Bros, Diogo Baldaia, 2017, Portugal, 25', internationale première
- Between Relating and Use, Nazlı Dinçel, 2018, Argentina/USA, 9', world premiere
- The Worldly Cave, Zhou Tao, 2017, China, 48', Europese première
- The Drift, Maeve Brennan, 2018, Lebanon/United Kingdom, 51', world premiere (festival)
- Rose Gold, Sara Cwynar, 2017, USA, 8', Europese première
- Eight Images from the Life of Nastya Sokolova, Alina Kotova/Vladlena Sandu, 2018, Russia, 30', world premiere
- Mountain Plain Mountain, Araki Yu/Daniel Jacoby, 2018, Spain/Japan/Netherlands, 21', world premiere
- more than everything, Rainer Kohlberger, 2018, Germany, 13', world premiere
- Painting with History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names 4, Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2018, USA/Thailand/South Africa/United Kingdom, 24', world premiere (festival)
- Dangerous on the Way, Mel O'Callaghan, 2018, Australia/Indonesia, 33', world premiere (festival)
- WHAT'S THE DAMAGE, Heather Phillipson, 2017, United Kingdom, 7'
- View from Above, Hiwa K, 2018, Germany, 13', world premiere (festival)
- Je suis un monstre,Tanguy De Donder, 2017, Belgium, 17', internationale première
- Maskirovka, Tobias Zielony, 2017, Ukraine/Germany, 9', world premiere (festival)
- Absent Wound, Maryam Tafakory, 2017, Iran/United Kingdom, 10', internationale première
- Momentum 142310, Manuel Knapp, 2018, Austria/Japan, 15', world premiere
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.
- Au-delà de l'un/Beyond the One, Anna Marziano, France, 2017, European premiere
- Cartucho, Andrés Chaves, Colombia, 2017
- Everyone in Hawaii Has a Sixpack Already, Marvin Hesse, Germany/Spain, 2018, world premiere
- Exile, Zoe Beloff, USA, 2017, international premiere
- Good Evening to the People Living in the Camp, Joost Conijn, France/Greece/Netherlands, 2018, world premiere
- La muerte del maestro/Death of the Master, José María Avilés, Ecuador/Argentina, 2018, world premiere
- Pierdete entre los muertos/Drown Among the Dead, Ruben Gutiérrez, Mexico, 2018, world premiere
- Playing Men, Matjaž Ivanišin, Slovenia/Croatia, 2017
- Der Schurke Robert Otto/Villain Robert Otto, Florian Haag, Germany, 2018, world premiere
- Stomach of the World, Eva Kotatkova, Greece, 2017