WILLEMSTAD — During the third edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam
(IFFR), the documentary ‘Frank Martinus Arion: Yu di Kòrsou’ of Cindy Kerseborn will
be premiered. This was recently made known by the organization of the film festival
during a press conference. The festival will take place from April 2nduntil April 6th.
The first film screening will be introduced by Lucille Berry-Haseth and with recital of the poems of the great writer. The festival also makes room for new elements, such as the collaboration with Salt + Pepper (restaurant located in Riffort), which will serve as film café during the festival. In addition, the Youth Orchestra led by Dennis Aalse will be also giving various performances.
There will be also an exhibition with ‘photographica’ from the private collection of Michel van Veldhoven. His exhibition will be in the framework of cameras and projectors in which the development of moving film images of 1903 to around 1970 and the cameras and projectors from the 1920’s until the rise of video that was could be seen in 1980’s.
Next to the exhibition there will be also a space in which four movies by filmmakers
Frank M. Chumaceiro and his partner Tita will be shown. These films were produced
under the name Curafilms between 1951 and 1961.
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18 February 2014
Premiere documentary about Frank Martinus Arion during International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
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