We’re busy preparing our 48th edition of IFFR. In January and February, we’ll be bringing you twelve days of craziness and cinema: short films, feature films, experimental works, art, masterclasses, talks, music, parties… Where to begin? Get to know our four sections, the best way to find your way around our epic programme, as explained by our festival director Bero Beyer.
Four sections to guide your way
Whether you’re seeing one film at IFFR or thirty, use our sections to get inspired and find your way through 500 brilliant pieces of work.
- Bright Future
Where tomorrow’s filmmakers challenge the norms of cinema
Bold storytelling by film auteurs with a confident voice
- Deep Focus
A look at cinema itself through retrospectives, compilations, art installations and more
Thematic programmes investigating relevant social issues through cinema
LetoKirill Serebrennikov 126′
Punky biopic about the legendary band Kino and the Leningrad underground music scene in the early 1980s. Full of surrealistic interludes and rebellious energy.
Punky biopic about the Leningrad underground music scene in the 1980s, based on the early years of pop icon Viktor Tsoï and his legendary band Kino. With Bowie, Blondie and T. Rex in the cassette recorder they charge themselves up for their performances, but the censor is listening in. Full of surrealistic interludes and rebellious energy.
This week we’re also announcing the first films in our programme:
A Russian biopic by Kirill Serebrennikov, which follows Viktor Tsoi in the Leningrad underground rock culture of the early 1980s.
A playful narrative by João Vladimiro about a boy left as the last survivor in his village.
Photo in header: Video Credit: Gilles van Leeuwen