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  1. 'Dog Lady' ('La mujer de los perros'): Rotterdam Review

    7:05 am 1/27/2015

    Veronica Llinas stars in and co-directs a ruminative character-study from Argentina, world-premiering in competition at the Dutch festivalRead more

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  2. 'Bitter Lake': Rotterdam Review

    6:16 am 1/27/2015

    Adam Curtis' latest essay-project for the BBC uses Afghanistan as a prism to view the modern world and its media manipulations.Read more

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  3. 'Li Wen at East Lake' ('Li Wen Man You Dong Hu'): Rotterdam Review

    10:50 pm 1/25/2015

    Canadian-educated director Li Luo's fourth feature revolves around a local cop investigating a case beside China's biggest in-city and now development-ravaged lake.Read more

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  4. 'Alice Cares' ('Ik ben Alice'): Rotterdam Review

    1:41 am 1/25/2015

    Sander Burger's Dutch reportage observes a prototype "caredroid" interacting with a trio of elderly ladies.Read more

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  5. 'Father and Sons' ('Fu Yu Zi'): Rotterdam Review

    9:04 pm 1/21/2015

    Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing's latest explores how social and media forces shape a boy's upbringing and his relationship with his father.Read more

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  6. Can Innovation Save the Rotterdam Film Festival?

    2:24 am 1/21/2015

    Squeezed between Sundance and Berlin, Holland's premiere film fest is under pressure to attract bigger audiences and industry buyers.Read more

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  7. 'Storm Children, Book One' ('Mga Anak ng Unos, Unang Aklat'): Rotterdam Review

    10:27 pm 1/18/2015

    Lav Diaz's black-and-white documentary looks at slum-dwellers making sense of life in the debris-stricken landscape shaped by the deadly 2013 Typhoon Haiyan.Read more

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  8. Rotterdam: Lineup for Bright Future and Spectrum Sections

    8:38 am 1/7/2015

    The 2015 program includes some 22 world premieresRead more

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  9. Rotterdam Film Festival Completes Lineup

    7:30 am 1/6/2015

    13 films from first- and second-time directors will compete for Rotterdam's three Tiger AwardsRead more

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  10. Rotterdam: Tom Harper's 'War Book,' J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' Bookend Fest

    7:35 am 1/5/2015

    'War Book' will open Rotterdam on Jan. 21, while 'A Most Violent Year' will close the Dutch fest Feb. 1Read more

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