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  1. 'Mansfield 66/67': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    3:34 am 2/8/2017

    P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes' documentary on Hollywood sex-bomb Jayne Mansfield, 'Mansfield 66/67,' premiered in an out-of-competition sidebar at the Dutch festival.Read more

  2. 'Daphne': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    2:56 am 2/8/2017

    Emily Beecham stars in Peter Mackie Burns' London-set drama 'Daphne,' which premiered in a sidebar at the Netherlands festival.Read more

  3. 'A Hustler's Diary': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    6:37 am 2/6/2017

    Can Demirtas stars in and co-wrote 'A Hustler's Diary,' the second feature by Croatian-Swedish filmmaker Ivica Zubak.Read more

  4. 'This Is Our Land' ('Chez Nous'): Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    5:50 am 2/6/2017

    Emilie Dequenne, Catherine Jacob and Andre Dussolier star in Lucas Belvaux's Franco-Belgian political drama 'This Is Our Land,' which has stirred prerelease controversy in Europe.Read more

  5. 'Sexy Durga': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    3:11 am 2/6/2017

    Indian director-editor Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's unscripted road movie 'Sexy Durga' won top honors at the prestigious, long-running Dutch festival.Read more

  6. 'Super Dark Times': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    3:40 am 2/2/2017

    Owen Campbell and Charlie Tahan star in Kevin Phillips' debut 'Super Dark Times,' a downbeat, 1995-set American indie premiering at the Dutch festival.Read more

  7. 'Thousand Cuts': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    4:20 am 2/1/2017

    Eric Valette's rural Franco-Belgian thriller 'Thousand Cuts,' starring Tomer Sisley and Terence Yin, premiered in a non-competitive sidebar of the Netherlands behemoth.Read more

  8. 'Araby': Film Review | Rotterdam 2017

    8:13 am 1/31/2017

    A political road movie by Brazilian writer-directors Affonso Uchoa and Joao Dumans, 'Araby' premiered in competition at the long-running Dutch festival.Read more

  9. 'Burning Birds' ('Davena Vihagun'): Film Review

    7:16 am 1/29/2017

    Sanjeewa Pushpakumara's 'Burning Birds,' about a poor Sri Lankan villager's struggle for her family's survival, bows at Rotterdam after its appearances in Busan and Tokyo.Read more

  10. 'Solo, Solitude' ('Istirahatlah kata kata'): Film Review

    11:33 pm 1/16/2017

    Indonesian director Yosep Anggi Noen's 'Solo, Solitude,' about a dissident poet's life in hiding in a small town in 1996, bows at Rotterdam after winning the top prize at home in the Jogja Asian Film Festival.Read more

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