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Rotterdam 2014 MUBI Coverage Roundup

MUBI's coverage of the 2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam all in one place!
Below you will find our total coverage of the 2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam by our two attending critics, including reports on films by Tiger competitors, Aleksei German, Takashi Miike, the best of the festival's experimental short films, and retrospectives on German director Heinz Emigholz and Danish director Nils Malmros.
By Daniel Kasman
Festival Hold 'EmOn Charlotte Pryce's A Study in Natural Magic, Shiloh Cinquemani's Blue, Esther Urlus's Konrad & Kurfurst, Tomonari Nishikawa's 45 7 Broadway, Takashi Miike's The Mole Song: Undercover Agent Reiji
Projectile BombardmentOn Aleksei German's Hard to Be a God, Heinz Emigholz's D'Annunzio's Cave (2005), Richard Touhy's Dot Matrix, Esther Urlus's Chrome, Makino Takashi and Telcosystems' Deorbit, Tine Frank's Colterrain, Jodie Mack's Let Your Light Shine
Deep BreathsOn the retrospective on German documentarian Heinz Emigholz, including films Sullivan's Banks (2000), Maillart's Bridges (2001), Goff in the Desert (2003), Parabeton - Pier Luigi Nervi and Roman Concrete (2012), Two Museums, Amit Dutta's The Seventh Walk, Joel Wanek's Sun Song, John Price's Sea Series 9 and 11-14
Nils Malmros's Cinema of LifeOn the retrospective of the Danish director, including films Lars Ole 5.C (1973), Boys (1977), Beauty and the Beast (1983), Århus by Night (1988), Barbara (1997), Facing the Truth (2002), Aching Hearts (2009), Sorrow and Joy (2013)
By Michael Pattison
Nagging DoubtsOn Mark Jackson's War Story, Aaron Wilson's Canopy, Natalia Meschaninova's The Hope Factory, Kiko Goifman's Periscópio, and Christian E. Christiansen's On the Edge 
 

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