44th edition 21 January - 1 February 2015

Bright Future

<strong>The Patience Stone</strong>
<strong>Diego Star</strong>
<strong>F*ck for Forest</strong>
<strong>Fine, Thanks</strong>
<strong>A Fallible Girl</strong>
<strong>Wasteland</strong>
<strong>Rengaine</strong>
<strong>Bassa marea</strong>
<strong>Foudre</strong>
<strong>A floresta de Jonathas</strong>
<strong>Peculiar Vacation and Other Illnesses</strong>
<strong>La playa D.C.</strong>
<strong>Leones</strong>
<strong>Poor Folk</strong>
<strong>On Mother's Head</strong>
The festival’s mission to draw attention to idiosyncratic, strong-willed and talented newcomers is not limited to the Tiger Awards Competition. In Bright Future, IFFR presents a selection first and second feature films by new fresh filmmakers.

In Bright Future, IFFR presents adventurous new work by novice makers. The section consists of first or second feature films only.

All films in Bright Future in alphabetic order.

Eleven films in the line-up of Bright Future have been supported by IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund, which helps to realise the most peculiar or significant feature films from innovative and...

Nineteen films in Bright Future have their world premieres during IFFR 2013. Here they are, listed by country.