Tickets
Tickets

Search

Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only

All the films

All Festival films are eligible for the Audience Award for Most Popular Film. Please vote!

Opening Night Film

Staff Only

Both a sensitive, perfectly acted coming-of-age tale and a razor-sharp critique of the exploitative ‘all-inclusive’ tourism industry, Neus Ballús’ drama f...
More info
Read more about Staff Only

Closing Night Film

Servants

Gorgeously shot in high-contrast black and white, Ivan Ostrochovský’s chilling sophomore feature takes us back to 1980 in Cold War Cze...
More info
Read more about Servants

Buoyancy

Winner of the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the 2019 Berlin Film Festival, Rodd Rathjen’s powerful and hard-hitting drama ha...
More info
Read more about Buoyancy

Castle of Dreams

Reza Mirkarimi, director of three of Iran’s nominees for the Best International Feature Film Academy Award, returns with this ar...
More info
Read more about Castle of Dreams

The Fever

Winner of the FIPRESCI (International Critics) Prize and the Best Actor award at the Locarno International Film Festival last year, ...
More info
Read more about The Fever

The Fourth Wall

Where to start with this mind-blowing sci-fi/ghost story combo…? We’ve all heard of a ‘sliding doors moment’—where a seemingl...
More info
Read more about The Fourth Wall

Noah Land

Winner of the Best Actor (for Ali Atay) and Best Screenplay in the International Narrative Competition at the 2019 Tribeca Film ...
More info
Read more about Noah Land

On the Quiet

Davíd (Erik Major) is the teenaged first violinist at the György Ligety Music School, where he is in aw...
More info
Read more about On the Quiet

The Pencil

Winner of the Audience Award and the Best Film and Best Actress prizes at the Honfleur Festival of Russian Cinema, ...
More info
Read more about The Pencil

Sister

A deserving winner of a Special Mention in the San Sebastián International Film Festival’s prestigious ‘New Directors’ competition last ye...
More info
Read more about Sister

This Is My Desire

Twin brothers Arie and Chuko Esiri have done something quietly remarkable here: through the stories of Mofe (Jude Akuwudike), an ...
More info
Read more about This Is My Desire

Uncle

Honest, heartfelt, moving, and funny, Frelle Petersen’s exploration of one young woman on the cusp of a life change ca...
More info
Read more about Uncle

The Woman Who Ran

Winner of the Best Director Silver Bear at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, Korean master Hong Sangsoo’s deli...
More info
Read more about The Woman Who Ran

Side Program

Martin Koolhoven - Think Big!

With Brimstone, Martin Koolhoven succeeded in making a Western of Hollywood proportions. Boasting a budget of almost €15 million and featuring su...
More info
Read more about Martin Koolhoven - Think Big!

Martin Koolhoven's Choice

Martin shares his passion for film with a general audience. He walks us through the films that were important to ...
More info
Read more about Martin Koolhoven's Choice