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  1. My Blind Heart (Mein Blindes Herz): Rotterdam Review

    4:55 pm 1/27/2014

    Austrian Peter Brunner's black-and-white fictional feature-film directorial debut follows a young man's struggle with the genetic disorder Marfan's Syndrome.Read more

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  2. Steadiness (Sitzfleisch): Rotterdam Review

    11:43 am 1/27/2014

    Lisa Weber's debut, a road-movie documentary from Austria, world-premiered in a non-competitive section of the Netherlands festival.Read more

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  3. Lake August (Na Pian Hu Shui): Rotterdam Review

    3:13 pm 1/25/2014

    Yang Heng again brings his Hunanese hometown's landscapes to the Dutch festival with the story of a young city-dweller's encounters in his ancestral rural lands.Read more

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  4. Riverrun (Riocorrente): Rotterdam Review

    5:27 am 1/25/2014

    Simone Iliescu and Lee Taylor star in writer/director Paulo Sacramento's Sao Paulo-set drama, showing in competition at the Netherlands festival.Read more

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  5. Ai Weiwei's Appeal ¥15,220,910.50: Rotterdam Review

    12:01 am 1/24/2014

    Dissident artist Ai Weiwei's latest documentary lambasts the illegality and illogic in the Chinese judicial system by recounting the treatment he received after being charged for tax evasion.Read more

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  6. Intruders (Jo-nan-ja-deul): Rotterdam Review

    9:27 am 1/23/2014

    Korean writer-director Young-Seok Noh's sophomore feature had its European debut at the Dutch festival. Read more

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  7. Anatomy of a Paperclip (Yamamori clip koujou no atari): Rotterdam Review

    11:28 pm 1/22/2014

    Japanese director Akira Ikeda's second feature revolves around a man's surreal experiences while working as a wire-bending clip-maker in a smalltown factory.Read more

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  8. Rotterdam 2014: First Five Films Picked for Competition

    8:18 am 12/10/2013

    Jan Schomburg's “Lose My Self” and Lee Chatametikoo's “Concrete Clouds” among Hivos Tiger Award contenders.Read more

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  9. Watchtower (Gozetleme kulesi): Rotterdam Review

    1:48 pm 2/28/2013

    Olgun Simsek and Nilay Erdonmez star in the third film by Turkish writer-director Pelin Esmer, set in a ruggedly mountainous area of the Anatolian hinterland.Read more

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  10. Night (Noche): Rotterdam Review

    12:58 pm 2/28/2013

    Argentinian writer-director Leonardo Brzezicki's debut descends into self-consciously hip tedium. Read more

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