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IFFR 2022: Big Talks

21 January 2022

Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

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IFFR 2022: Big Talks

21 January 2022

After the credits roll, the conversation starts. This edition, we’re going in-depth with big festival guests in our IFFR Talks programme. American musician and filmmaker Amanda Kramer will dive into her bold and eccentric oeuvre – shown in the Focus: Amanda Kramer programme. Filmmaker and actor Mathieu Amalric discusses his career on either side of the camera with festival director Vanja Kaludjercic. Also in conversation: Rachel Lang on her second feature film Mon Légionnaire, and Robby Müller Award recipient and cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom. All Big Talks will be available on IFFR.com, for free and worldwide.

Big Talk: Amanda Kramer

The spotlight is on American filmmaker Amanda Kramer. In a conversation with programmer Michelle Carey, she delves into her bold, eccentric oeuvre and two latest feature films (Please Baby Please, 2022 and Give Me Pity!, 2022), her distinct visual language full of pop-cultural references, and playing and breaking with conventional genres.

This Big Talk is available worldwide from Sat 29 January, 16:00 on IFFR.com.

 

Big Talk: Mathieu Amalric

Primarily known as an actor, Mathieu Amalric prefers to view himself as a director. This year’s IFFR will pay attention to both roles, as he directed Hold Me Tight and acted in Tralala. Festival director Vanja Kaludjercic and Amalric will discuss the latter’s rich career on either side of the camera.

This Big Talk is available worldwide from Sun 30 January, 16:00 on IFFR.com.

Big Talk: Rachel Lang 

As well as a filmmaker, Rachel Lang is an officer in the French army. In her second feature Mon Légionnaire, she interweaves these two worlds. Film curator Kiva Reardon talks to the director about army life and its depiction in her film.

This Big Talk is available worldwide from Tue 1 February, 19:00 via IFFR.com.

Big Talk: Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

Thai cameraman Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, who won this year’s Robby Müller Award, speaks to moderator Joris Bulstra (NSC) about his cinematic language and structural choices in his work for filmmakers including Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Memoria) and Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name).

This Big Talk is available worldwide from Thu 3 February, 19:00 via IFFR.com.

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