As always, the merchandise webshop opens its doors before the start of the festival. A number of items are available right now, allowing you to visit the festival in total Tiger style. Films are much better enjoyed that way. Also, IFFR is going vintage. In addition to our classic and new merchandise, you’ll find special items provided by The Vintage Rebel in our physical festival shop.
During the festival, you will be able to customise our extensive collection of shirts, crewnecks, hoodies and rompers. Choose your own colour, print or badge and immediately wear your unique creation. All clothing items in the festival shop, including the fine warm socks and hats, are made of organic cotton.
IFFR 2020 Merchandise
A number of items are available right now, allowing you to visit the festival in total Tiger style.Shop now!
Of course, with a new festival edition comes new merchandise: our selection includes a beautiful bamboo lunchbox and coffee mug, a real Tiger-puzzle to enjoy between screenings, and a sturdy backpack made of recycled polyester. By purchasing a bamboo coffee mug you get a discount on your refill at the Ketelbinkie coffee bar in 'de Doelen' – a €0.30 discount on a small beverage, or a €0.40 discount on a large one. We hope this decreases waste! Help us out and buy the tiger mug!
This year, we’re partnering up with The Vintage Rebel. Since 2013, the Rotterdammers of the Vintage Rebel have been organising their kilo sales of durable vintage quality fashion all over the Netherlands and abroad. IFFR asked them to select a number of A-tier vintage items tailored for the festival scene, such as denim jackets, flannel blouses and bomber jackets. Some of the items have been pre-customised for you with the iconic IFFR tiger. Some are still empty canvases, ready for your creative suggestions as you will be able to customise your own vintage garments on the spot!
Festival shop opening hours
Wednesday 22 January, 9:00-18:00
Thursday 23 January to Saturday 1 February, 9:00-23:00
Sunday 2 February, from 9:00 until the start of the last film
Photo in header: ©Vera Cornel