The International Film Festival Rotterdam has announced its complete competition lineup, including its short films, and among those is Immortal Woman by Jakrawal Nilthamrong (จักรวาล นิลธำรงค์).
It's the European premiere for Jakrawal's 9-minute work, which is an intimate yet haunting landscape study of an elderly woman. It's previously been exhibited as an art installation in Bangkok and was screened at the Singapore Art Museum.
That's in addition to previously announced Thai titles in the IFFR's 40th edition, Sivaroj Kongsakul's Eternity (Tee Rak) in competition and out-of-competition slots for Wisit Sasanatieng's The Red Eagle and the pan-Asian shorts trilogy Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner by Wang Jing, Anocha Suwichakornpong and Kaz Cai.
Wisit and Anocha are on the Tiger Awards jury, and Wisit is also taking part in CineMart.
IFFR runs from January 26 to February 6.