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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

IFFR 2024 in cinemas

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From the festival to the cinema screen, find out which IFFR titles can be seen in theatres now.

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In cinemas

  • Levante

    A timely portrait of resilience and friendship, as women’s bodily autonomy is under attack.

    • Harbour
  • Swimming Home

    A taut study of family dynamics as a summer holiday takes a dark turn.

    • Tiger Competition

Bong Joon Ho

  • Barking Dogs Never Bite

    Tragi-comic study about loneliness, in which two people who have nothing to do keep themselves busy, one kidnapping the other finding dogs in their di

    • main programme features
  • Memories of Murder

    Melancholy humorous drama was the big hit of 2003 with press and audiences in Korea. The film is set in 1986, when Korea was ruled by a repressive mil

    • main programme features
  • The Host

    After careless imperialist trials by the Americans, one beautiful summer day there is suddenly a gruesome monster hanging under one of the bridges ove

    • Rotterdämmerung
  • Mother

    The maker of The Host is again in top form. Dislocating drama about a mother who will do anything to prove that her mentally handicapped son is not a

    • Spectrum
  • Parasite (B&W Version)

    Inspired by their love of classic cinema, Bong Joon Ho and his cameraman made a black-and-white version of Parasite, the big hit of 2019.

    • Voices Main Programme

Coming in July

  • Head South

    A schoolboy becomes enamoured with post-punk in 1979 Christchurch, in this spirited coming-of-age comedy.

    • Harbour

Coming in August

  • Daaaaaali!

    A neo-surrealistic reverie on the strange later life of Salvador Dalí, controversial artist and showman.

    • Limelight

Coming in September

  • Schirkoa: In Lies We Trust

    Rumours about a mythical land of freedom cause havoc amongst the paper bag-wearing citizens of an ultra-regulated society.

    • Bright Future
  • Firebrand

    Jude Law and Alicia Vikander star in a rousing tale of Henry VIII’s surviving wife.

    • Limelight

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