The 47th edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam took place from 24 January to 4 February 2018.
Go to the daily schedule of the IFFR 2018 film programme. Choose your route through 593 Short, Mid-length and feature films.
The complete filmprogramme from A to Z.
A daily overview of al the screenings specially selected for Press and Industry.
Film Contact Lists
The Film Contact Lists hold the details on who can be contacted for rights and as print source of films in the 2018 programme
More than cinema
Talks & Masterclasses
Featuring Charlotte Rampling, Armando Iannucci, Lucrecia Martel, Paul Schrader, Sean Baker and many more...
With its cutting-edge arts programme Art Directions, IFFR 2018 proves once again that it is more than just a film festival.
Here you will find all our events, you can buy your tickets right away.
IFFR PRO Days
All the Industry activities of 2018.
Hotel rooms provide festival guests an island of rest on the crowded Planet IFFR.
Short Film programme
The complete short film programme from A to Z.
Ammodo Tiger Short Competition
At IFFR, short films have their own competition.
Short Film Marathon 2018
sound//vision & EarWORM
Cooperations between musicians, video artists, filmmakers and other artists working in the field of sound and vision.
An invitation to reflect upon the lure of science and technology and our obsession with progress through a series of films and an exhibition.
A History of Shadows
A series of films that shows the diverse and contemporary ways in which cinema revisits the past and re-evaluates the position of history’s losers.
House on Fire
A look at our world in crisis from a truly oblique angle.
Films, performances and an installation bring together different disciplines in a swirling mash-up of contemporary pop culture.
Multifaceted contemporary African and African-diaspora cinema with special focus on the history of the Pan-African movement as captured in film.
IFFR’s programme dedicated to young and emerging film talent with their own style and vision.
Films driven by powerful stories, captivating subjects and important themes.
Explores the world of cinema with compilations, retrospectives and various other formats.
The section where IFFR’s main thematic programme is presented and relevant social and political issues are investigated in cinema.
IFFR’s most prestigious competition celebrates the innovative spirit of up-and-coming filmmakers from all over the world.
BankGiro Loterij Audience Award
The audience decides which film wins.
Big Screen Competition
The winning film will be released in Dutch cinemas.
Bright Future Competition
First feature length films being presented in world or international premiere in this section are eligible for the Bright Future Award.