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  1. Small Homeland (Piccola patria): Rotterdam Review

    8:38 am 2/28/2014

    Maria Roveran and Roberta Da Soller star in Alessandro Rossetto's Italian drama, set in a small town in the rural north-east.Read more

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  2. Eden: Rotterdam Review

    11:13 am 2/23/2014

    Indie-folk giant Will Oldham stars in Elise DuRant's autobiographical drama, a USA/Mexico co-production set south of the border. Read more

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  3. About Sarah: Rotterdam Review

    11:10 am 2/23/2014

    Elisa Miller's documentary on British artist Sarah Lucas, a UK/Mexico co-production, world-premiered at the Netherlands event. Read more

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  4. The Hope Factory (Kombinat "Nadezhda"): Rotterdam Review

    11:33 am 2/22/2014

    Daria Savalieva and Polina Shanina lead the cast in Natalia Meschaninova's debut feature, set in a northern Russian city and world-premiering in competition at the Dutch festival. Read more

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  5. Casa Grande: Rotterdam Review

    1:59 am 2/22/2014

    Teen newcomer Thales Cavalcanti and small-screen veteran Marcello Novaes star in Brazilian writer-director Fellipe Barbosa's feature debut, premiering in competition at the Dutch festival.Read more

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  6. Falling Star (Stella cadente): Rotterdam Review

    9:25 am 2/6/2014

    Alex Brendemuhl plays 19th-century Spain's King Amadeo I in Luis Minarro's feature-film debut, which competed for the Tiger awards at the Netherlands port city. Read more

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  7. Hotel Nueva Isla: Rotterdam Review

    9:54 am 2/5/2014

    Irene Gutierrez and Javier Labrador's poetic documentary premiered in a non-competitive section of the Dutch festival. Read more

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  8. Something Must Break (Nanting maste ga sonder): Rotterdam Review

    6:16 am 1/30/2014

    Ester Martin Bergsmark's Swedish romantic drama starring Saga Becker and Iggy Malmborg world-premieres at Gothenburg and contends in the Tiger competition at the Dutch festival.Read more

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  9. The Distance (La distancia): Rotterdam Review

    11:57 am 1/29/2014

    Sergio Caballero's Siberia-set science-fiction comedy from Catalonia world-premiered at the Dutch festival. Read more

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  10. Jacky in the Kingdom of Women (Jacky au royaume des filles): Rotterdam Review

    9:47 am 1/29/2014

    Writer-director Riad Sattouf’s political comedy co-stars Charlotte Gainsbourg, Noemie Lvovsky and Oscar winner Michel Hazanavicius.Read more

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