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14 selected for Rotterdam's VPRO Tiger Awards

Fourteen films selected for Rotterdam's VPRO Tiger Awards Competition

The International Film Festival Rotterdam has selected fourteen films for the VPRO Tiger Awards Competition of its 34th edition which will open next January 26. The Competition line up counts four world premieres, four international premieres and four European premieres. Three titles were supported by the IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund and one title was previously selected as CineMart Project. Three competition titles have been acquired already for release in The Netherlands: PARADISE GIRLS; HAWAII, OSLO and NEMMENO IL DESTINO (CHANGING DESTINY).

The jury members choosing the winning films will be photographer Nan Goldin (US), producer Jan Chapman (Australia), Lia van Leer, director of the Jerusalem Film Festival (Israel), filmmaker Bahman Ghobadi (Iran) and filmmaker Lisandro Alonso (Argentina).

The three winners will be announced during IFFR 2005's Awards Ceremony, to be held on Friday February 4. Each of the three equal VPRO Tiger Awards comes with Euro 10,000 and guaranteed Dutch television screening by IFFR's main sponsor, Dutch public network VPRO.



The fourteen films in IFFR 2005's VPRO Tiger Awards Competition: (in alphabetical order by director's name)

AMIGO DUNOR (DUNOR MY FRIEND) by José Eduardo Alcazar (Brazil/Paraguay, 2005), world premiere, Hubert Bals Fund supported film.

EL CIELO GIRA (THE SKY TURNS) by Mercedes Alvarez (Spain, 2004), international premiere.

HAT MUA ROI BAO LAUY (BRIDE OF SILENCE) by DOAN Minh Phuong & DOAN Thanh Nghia (Vietnam/Germany, 2005), world premiere.

ALLEIN (ALONE) by Thomas Durchschlag (Germany, 2004), international premiere.

ONDE (WAVES) by Francesco Fei (Italy, 2005), world premiere.

LAS MANTENIDAS SIN SUEÑOS (KEPT AND DREAMLESS) by Vera Fogwill & Martin Desalvo (Argentina, 2005), world premiere, Hubert Bals Fund supported film.

NEMMENO IL DESTINO (CHANGING DESTINY) by Daniele Gaglianone (Italy, 2004), international premiere. Dutch distribution: Bright Angel Distribution.

SANCTUARY by HO Yu-hang (Malaysia, 2004), European premiere.

PARADISE GIRLS by Fow Pyng HU (The Netherlands, 2004), European premiere. CineMart 2002 Project. Dutch distribution: 1morefilm.

4 by Ilya Khrzhanovsky (Russia, 2004). Hubert Bals Fund supported film.

BOGINYA: KAK YA POLYUBILA (GODDESS) by Renata Litvinova (Russia, 2004), international premiere.

HAWAII, OSLO by Erik Poppe (Norway, 2004), European premiere. Dutch distribution: A-Film Distribution.

ARU ASA SOUP WA (THE SOUP, ONE MORNING) by TAKAHASHI Izumi (Japan, 2003), European premiere.

FRAKCHI (SPYING CAM) by WHANG Cheol-Mean (South Korea, 2004), European premiere

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