Brits in Rotterdam
Grant Gee's Patience (After Sebald) will screen as part of Spectrum
We're looking forward to an incredible British showing at this year's Rotterdam Film Fest.
The International Film Festival Rotterdam is gearing up for its 41st edition which takes place from 25 January - 5 February 2012. We've worked closely with the festival's programmers to ensure that the very best of British films and filmmakers made the cut.
The British contingent will be out in force with 10 features including a world premiere for Pat Holden's poltergeist feature When The Lights Went Out, a whopping 18 short films and two artist filmmaker installations / screenings.
Six emerging producers from across the UK will also take part in the Rotterdam Cinemart Producers Lab - and we will be there to see how it all goes.
Congratulations to them all!
A Dangerous Method - dir. David Cronenberg
Babeldom - dir. Paul Bush
Kill List - dir. Ben Wheatley
Patience (After Sebald) - dir. Grant Gee
Shame - dir. Steve McQueen
Shock Head Soul - dir. Simon Pummell
Two Years At Sea - dir. Ben Rivers
Weekend - dir. Andrew Haigh
Wuthering Heights - dir. Andrea Arnold
When The Lights Went Out - dir. Pat Holden
20hz - dir. Semiconductor
99 Clerkenwell Road - dir. Sophie Michael
Africa - dir. Matti Harju (Finland / UK)
Agatha - dir. Beatrice Gibson
Aisha's Song - dir. Orlando von Einsiedel (Nigeria / UK)
Arrastre - dir. Nicholas Brooks
Bobby Yeah - dir. Robert Morgan
Bradley Manning Had Secrets - dir. Adam Butcher
did I? - dir. Hiraki Sawa
Flash In The Metropolitan - dir. Rosalind Nashashibi, Lucy Skaer
Goose Weather - dir. Stephen Sutcliffe
In Search of A City (in the Papers of the Sein) - dir. Hala Elkoussy (Egypt / UK)
Let England Shake - dir. Seamus Murphy
Loss - dir. David Ferrando-Giraut
Maydoum - diir. Omar Robert Hamilton (Egypt / UK)
Moxie - dir. Stephen Irwin
Rise Again - dir. Katarina Zdjelar (Netherlands / UK)
Sack Barrow - dir. Ben Rivers
Installations / Artist Filmmakers:
Our Broken Voice - dir. Circumstance
The Sputnik Effect - dir. Simon Pummell