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International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) pioneers in the support for contemporary cinema – with 340,000 admissions and almost 2,700 film professionals attending IFFR 2020, IFFR is one of the largest audience and industry-driven film festivals in the world. IFFR 2022 will take place from 26 January to 6 February 2022. For its 51st edition, IFFR will host a selection of films on IFFR.com for audiences in the Netherlands and an online IFFR Talks programme available worldwide. IFFR 2022 will offer filmmaking talent support with an online edition of the co-production market CineMart and Rotterdam Lab. The Tiger Competition, Big Screen Award and Ammodo Tiger Short Award selections will be made internationally available for accredited press and industry guests online. Read more on IFFR.com.

Latest International Film Festival Rotterdam news

IFFR 2023 closes after full comeback

Dalva by Emmanuelle Nicot wins the Audience Award

Le spectre de Boko Haram by Cyrielle Raingou wins the Tiger Award at IFFR 2023

Special Jury Awards go to Munnel by Visakesa Chandrasekaram and New Strains by Artemis Shaw and Prashanth Kamalakanthan

IFFR announces the Ammodo Tiger Short Competition winners 2023

Three titles receive equal Ammodo Tiger Short Awards, each worth €5,000.

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