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Monday, January 31, 2011

2011 International Film Festival Rotterdam News


In the Bright Future section there are many films that are being streamed FREE on the fest Youtube channel. Streaming is only for 24 hours so changes every day. Unfortunately viewing is not allowed to all countries on a per film basis, so you have to find if your country is blocked or not for each available film.

Today the film is Qarantina by Oday Rasheed and for example yesterday there were two films: Las Marimbas del Infierno by Julio Hernandez Cordon and Lucia by Niles Atallah. To check if you can watch daily film go here.

Still, at the festival channel there are some complete films from last year that you can watch for free and if you’re interested check available films here.

There are some interesting films like for example Ci qing (Tattoo) by Wang Liren (no, it’s not Spider Lilies) about a “group of young Chinese in a small village in the south of China earn their living with theft, drugs and prostitution. They spend the rest of their days smoking and drinking. Wang Liren watches them with the gaze of a poet from times long gone.” Film has English subtitles. If you’re interested go here.

On other news the New Arrivals Award went to the short film Silent Things by Rob Brown, UK, 2011 that you can watch here or if you don't want to go to the original site below is the short.

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Enjoy!

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