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IDFA 2019


16 articles available in total starting from 17/06/2019. Last article published on 03/12/2019.

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The 13th IDFA DocLab new-media programme announces its winners

The 13th IDFA DocLab new-media programme announces its winners

Prizes for Best Digital Storytelling and Best Immersive Non-fiction Experience were awarded to the crème de la crème of this year’s projects at IDFA DocLab  

03/12 | IDFA 2019 | IDFA DocLab

Review: Once the Dust Settles

Review: Once the Dust Settles

Dutch filmmaker John Appel’s feature-length documentary visits Italy, Ukraine and Syria in order to examine the aftermath of disaster  

29/11 | IDFA 2019 | Masters

Jørgen Leth  • Director of I Walk

Interview: Jørgen Leth • Director of I Walk

“This whole story was an extension of my personal process”

We chatted to experimental filmmaker and poet Jørgen Leth about his highly personal, IDFA-screened documentary I Walk  

29/11 | IDFA 2019 | Competition

In a Whisper crowned Best Feature-length Documentary at IDFA

In a Whisper crowned Best Feature-length Documentary at IDFA

Other winners were the Iranian-Norwegian co-production Sunless Shadows and the Dutch movie Punks, among others  

28/11 | IDFA 2019 | Awards

Review: I Walk

Review: I Walk

In Jørgen Leth’s latest feature-length documentary, he examines his own vulnerability after experiencing a traumatic event  

27/11 | IDFA 2019 | Competition

Review: Speak So I Can See You

Review: Speak So I Can See You

Marija Stojnić’s documentary follows the story of Radio Belgrade, one of Europe’s oldest radio stations  

27/11 | IDFA 2019 | First Appearance

Review: Faith

Review: Faith

Valentina Pedicini’s third feature film is an extraordinarily intense documentary following the bizarre Bolzano-based sect known as The Warriors of Light  

26/11 | IDFA 2019 | Competition

Review: In a Whisper

Review: In a Whisper

Heidi Hassan and Patricia Pérez Fernández's autobiographical documentary is an intense journey of love, friendship and homesickness  

26/11 | IDFA 2019 | Competition

Review: They Call Me Babu

Review: They Call Me Babu

Sandra Beerends’ feature-length documentary tells a valuable tale of self-determination using unique archive footage from the Dutch East Indies  

25/11 | IDFA 2019 | Competition for Dutch Documentary

Review: Barzakh

Review: Barzakh

Alejandro Salgado's documentary is a poetic tale about a group of boys and their interminable wait as they hope to make the crossing from Africa to Europe  

25/11 | IDFA 2019 | First Appearance

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