Organisation - AFFR

Program

We are proud to present to you the eleventh edition of the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam. Once again our editors — assisted by a team of critical viewers — have scouted and selected a range of films about the city and architecture, and gathered them into an exciting programme. It includes portraits of well-known or lesser-known designers, activist essays about pressing problems, hilarious reflections on bygone times, and tranquil scenes of great beauty.  ...

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Timetable

By the end of August we will anounce the timetable

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Opening Night 2019

On Wednesday 9 October, AFFR kicks off its eleventh edition with the European premiere of The Real Thing (Benoit Felici, 2018). From London’s Tower Bridge in China, Saint Peter’s Basilica in the Ivory Coast, Benoit Felici has filmed life-size replica’s of iconic architecture around the world focusing on the role of authenticity and the results of globalization. The screening will...

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Ticket sale

Tickets for AFFR 2019 are now on sale.

At AFFR you can buy individual tickets for all films of the festival every day. With a Festival pass you can watch all films at the festival, including the opening night in Theater Rotterdam. If you want to spend a whole day without having to choose, buy an Architectenweb Best or AFFR-pass with...

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Lost in Transition

Enormous population growth, climate change, mass migration and increasing social inequality; the world is currently in a state of great flux. Insecurity is becoming paramount to our concerns now that new global forces arise, the power of populist movements is growing and pressure mounts on the European project. With the theme ‘Lost in Transition’ AFFR 2019 explores the need for...

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Information

The eleventh AFFR takes place from 9 to 13 October 2019. After the opening film, the festival moves to LanterenVenster cinema. This year the AFFR will again welcome dozens of international filmmakers and an expected 7500 fans of films, city and architecture from all over the world. 

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Film – City – Architecture

AFFR explores the relationship between film, cities and architecture by programming and screening architecture films and by organizing introductions and debates.

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AFFR History

The Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (AFFR) was established in 2000, and the foundation organized its festival the same year as the first architecture film festival in the world. Festivals also took place again in 2001 and 2003. In 2007 AFFR made a fresh start after a few years of silence. In 2009 the event expanded significantly in terms of visitor numbers and programming.

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Organisation

The people behind the festival

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Press

Press information

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Ticket sales AFFR 2019 have started

The Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam is the world’s biggest international platform for films about the city and architecture. In this eleventh edition, the festival is once again programming a stunning selection of works about current themes related to society and…
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Organisation

The people behind the festival

Organisation

Board AFFR foundation:
Jacob van Rijs, chair
Marieke Berkers, treasurer
Carine Eijsbouts, secretary
Rob Vester

Organisation AFFR 2019:
Festival director: Joep Mol
Curator: Jord den Hollander
Editor film and database: Cristina Ampatzidou
Editor text and debate: Inez de Coo
Film- and printresearch: Renate Bergsma
Marketing, communication and press: Gilles de Sitter
Social media: Angela Otto
Production: Jeanine Roelse
Production assistance: Laurence Gijsen
Technique: Frank Koppelmans
Projection: Martin Putto en Hans de Ruiter
Technique assistance: Michelle Koppelmans

Support AFFR 2019:
Concept en graphic design website: Studio Beige
Technical development website: Rob Peters
Leader: Harold Houdijk
Fotography: Sander van Wettum
Translation: Billy Nolan

ANBI:
Stichting Architectuur Filmfestival Rotterdam (AFFR) is erkend als Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling (ANBI). Dit betekent dat voor giften, legaten en erfstellingen voor zowel u (gever) als ons (ontvanger) bepaalde belastingvoordelen bestaan.
Hieronder vindt u alle gegevens met betrekking tot de ANBI-status van de stichting Architectuur Filmfestival Rotterdam (AFFR), zoals ook wettelijk voorgeschreven.

RSIN-, bank- en contactgegevens:
Voor KVK-, BTW-, IBAN-, BIC- en adresgegevens klik hier.

Beloningsbeleid:
Het bestuur van stichting Architectuur Filmfestival Rotterdam is onbezoldigd. AFFR heeft geen personeel in dienst maar huurt freelancers en kleine ondernemers in op basis van een jaarlijkse opdracht. De beloning is conform gebruikelijke tarieven in de culturele sector. Daarnaast werkt AFFR met een grote groep vrijwilligers tijdens het festival en in de voorbereiding daarvan (kritische kijkers).

Statutaire doelstelling:
Doel van het Architectuur Filmfestival Rotterdam is het organiseren van een regelmatig terugkerend, in Rotterdam plaatsvindend filmfestival, gericht op het bevorderen van zowel de publieke als de professionele belangstelling voor architectuur, stad en stedelijke ontwikkeling. Download hier de statuten van stichting AFFR.

Beleidsplan 2017-2020:
AFFR stelt zich de komende vier jaar ten doel het festival inhoudelijk verder te verdiepen en steviger te verankeren in het lokale, nationale en internationale netwerk. Dit gebeurt middels een jaarlijks terugkerend festival en vertoning van filmproducties op website en sociale media. Download hier het beleidsplan 2017-2020.

Inhoudelijke en financiële verantwoording AFFR 2017:
Download hier het inhoudelijk jaarverslag 2017 en de jaarrekening 2017. De inhoudelijke en financiële verantwoording over het festival AFFR 2018 zijn per 1 april 2019 beschikbaar.

film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2019
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