International Film Festival Rotterdam has revealed its lineup for the Tiger, Big Screen and Tiger Short competitions. The festival runs from January 25-February 4. Scroll down for the full lists.

Head South by Jonathan Ogilvie will open the proceedings with M. Raihan Halim’s comedy La Luna on closing duties. The Tiger Competition jury will be comprised of Marco Müller, Ena Sendijarević, Nadia Turincev, Herman Yau and Billy Woodberry.

Also confirmed are the first names for the Talks lineup including Marco Bellocchio, Anne Fontaine, Alexander Kluge and Rachel Maclean.

Festival director Vanja Kaludjercic said today, “For over half a century, IFFR has stood as a haven for diverse voices – a convergence where artists share perspectives. Our program celebrates the resilience and creativity of global filmmakers, a testament to cinema’s power to transcend borders. From Indian to Japanese epics, a Kazakh thriller, Finnish Freudian reinterpretations, Dominican sci-fi and underground Iranian cinema, this selection invites you to dive in and immerse yourself.”


The Ballad of Suzanne Césaire, dir:Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich; U.S., world premiere
Flathead, dir: Jaydon Martin; Australia, world premiere
Grey Bees, dir: Dmytro Moiseiev; Ukraine, world premiere
Kiss Wagon, dir: Midhun Murali; India, world premiere
Me, Maryam, the Children and 26 Others, dir: Farshad Hashemi; Iran, Germany, Czech Republic, world premiere
Moses, dir: Jenni Luhta, Lauri Luhta; Finland, world premiere
La Parra, dir: Alberto Gracia; Spain, world premiere
Praia Formosa, dir: Julia De Simone; Brazil, Portugal; world premiere
Rei, dir: Tanaka Toshihiko; Japan, world premiere
Reise der Schatten, dir: Yves Netzhammer; Switzerland, world premiere
She Fell to Earth, dir: Susie Au; Hong Kong, world premiere
sr, dir: Lea Hartlaub; Germany, world premiere
Swimming Home, dir: Justin Anderson; UK, world premiere
Under a Blue Sun, dir: Daniel Mann; France, Israel, world premiere


Aire: Just Breathe, dir: Leticia Tonos Paniagua; Dominican Republic, Spain world premiere
Children of War and Peace, dir: Ville Suhonen; Finland, world premiere
Confidenza, dir: Daniele Luchetti; Italy, world premiere
Eternal, dir: Ulaa Salim; Denmark, Iceland, Norway, world premiere
Milk Teeth, dir: Sophia Bösch; Germany, Switzerland, world premiere
The Old Bachelor, dir: Oktay Baraheni; Iran, world premiere
Portrait of a Certain Orient, dir: Marcelo Gomes; Brazil, Italy, Lebanon, world premiere
Seven Seas Seven Hills, dir: Ram; India, world premiere
Steppenwolf, dir: Adilkhan Yerzhanov; Kazakhstan, world premiere
Tenement, dirs: Inrasothythep Neth, Sokyou Chea; Cambodia, world premiere
The Worst Man in London, dir: Rodrigo Areias; Portugal, world premiere
Yohanna, dir: Robby Ertanto; Indonesia, UK, Italy, world premiere

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