War book, Tom Harper, VK, 4. Interesting film about was simulation in british ministry. How is decision making affected by personal affairs
Angels of Revolution, 3
Cinerama 1 | 12:30 -
A group of avant-
Charlie's Country, 4
de Doelen Jurriaanse Zaal
Empathetic actors’ film brought the lead actor the Best Actor award in a Cannes sidebar.
The contrary Aboriginal Charlie has regular run-
Dark Horse, The, 5
Oude Luxor | 19:30 -
Highly praised drama from New Zealand telling the true, impressive story of Genesis Potini, who fought for the future of disadvantaged children until his death in 2011. In spite of his own bipolar disorder, he taught them to play chess and fight for opportunities. Amusing and raw, and above all intensely moving.
Sunday 25 January
Inseminator, The, 4
Cinerama 6 | 10:30 -
Unusual people live on inaccessible mountains in Vietnam. They are regularly the subject of documentaries and visited by tourists. This time, they act in a very imaginative, Surrealistic film. An old father demands that his handicapped son produce an heir. His nubile Daughter waits in vain for her turn.
Roger and Me, 2
Pathé 2 | 12:15 -
In the mid-
Righteous Ties , 3
Cinerama 3 | 14:15 -
A surprisingly generic prison movie from Jang Jin, but laced with his usual humour and visual tricks. A gangster in jail realises that his boss has turned against him; when he breaks out with four oddball cellmates, the only thing on his mind is revenge.
Pathé 4 | 18:45 -
Over a 5-
Tokyo Tribe, 4
Schouwburg Grote Zaal | 21:30 -
This year, there's no shortage of crazy grand spectacles from Japan, but only one
can be the craziest and the grandest. Tokyo has become a musical battleground, in
which rapping gangsters fight over their turf. There’s plenty to see in this cinematographic
Monday 26 January
Loin des hommes, 5
Pathé 1 | 13:00 -
Shortly before the outbreak of the Algerian War of Independence, a teacher (Viggo Mortensen) is forced to accompany a local murderer (Reda Kateb) across the Atlas Mountains to a French colonial court. A North African Western, based on a short story by Albert Camus. Music by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
Pathé 1 | 16:00 -
Tragically, this beautiful film becomes more relevant every day. Almost everything in it is beautiful, from the locations to the traditional costumes, but the story is one of the major dramas of our time: fanatical strangers disrupt the lives of a nomadic community on the edge of the desert. The desert becomes an unwilling metaphor.
Mobilisierung der Träume, 3
Cinerama 5 | 19:30 -
Tuesday 27 January
Bitter Lake, 4
Britain, USA, Russia. All invaded Afghanistan and created a solid, corrupted view
of a country that still traps politicians and people around the globe. Unravelling
the complex relationships between Afghanistan and the West, BBC-
Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, A, 4
Two hapless novelties salesmen meet a lot of sad sacks during their daily drudgery, while not selling too much of their merchandise. A grim comedy of mishaps, mistakes and misunderstandings, final part in Roy Andersson's brilliant trilogy (after Songs from the Second Floor and You, the Living) on the condition humaine.
Cinerama 1 | 18:30 -
Adulthood is so appealing as a kid: all the things you'll be able to do once you're a grownup! But, as Megan discovers, growing up is not as easy as growing older. It's rather scary, in fact. Can't she just lag behind a little longer? Selected by Hedwig van Driel for Critics' Choice.
Thursday 29 January 2015
vie de Jean-
Cinerama 7 | 09:00 -
Beautiful, poetic documentary portrait of an aged Dutch pastor who -
Matter of Interpretation, A, 3
Pathé 4 | 12:45 -
In his playful and humorous second film, Lee demonstrates his narrative talent, if
only by not getting lost when he allows his characters (including pushy detectives
and unemployed actors) to interpret each other’s dreams. Once again, we can describe
the former assistant to Hong Sang-
Ash and Money, 3
Pathé 4 | 15:30 -
Friday 30 January 2015
Men Who Save the World, 4
Cinerama 4 | 11:30 -
Rural comedy. A man decides to move a deserted jungle house; this leads to one hilarious
event after another. Under the cover of a village comedy, this is a refined satire
on Malaysian religious and political relationships. Long-
Second Coming, 4
Cinerama 4 | 14:00 -
Gripping debut about a typical middle-
Lügen der Sieger, Die, 2
Schouwburg Grote Zaal | 16:00 -
Whose reality is this, anyway? Constructed truth and political paranoia meet in this media thriller set in contemporary Berlin. The passage through a hypermodern metropolis recalls old portrayals of Berlin. In the end we know that the fabrication of consent starts in our own head. Selected by Rüdiger Suchsland for Critics'
Still Alice, 5
Schouwburg Grote Zaal | 19:00 -
A successful tradition at IFFR: a surprise film on the last Friday evening. A one-
Saturday 31 January
Oude Luxor | 13:00 -
Best debut at Venice Festival, reflects on the painful inequalities in the judicial system in contemporary India. A captivating story around the court case following a sewage worker’s suicide shows absurd displays of power. Great performances, refined direction.
Speed Walking, 4
Cinerama 5 | 16:45 -
Farewell Party, The, 4
Pathé 5 | 19:00 -
An older married couple in an old people’s home in Jerusalem see friends and acquaintances
suffering unnecessarily in the last days of their lives. They decide to take action.
Belluscone. Una storia siciliana, ? (just saw 30 minutes)
Pathé 4 | 22:15 -
A documentary about Silvio Berlusconi's political roots in Sicily's organised crime
world, featuring a Muppet-
|Finance / Euro|
|Camping with lions|
|Barcelona - Villareal|
|Bedelen om rust|