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IDFA 2019


18 articles available in total starting from 17/06/2019. Last article published on 27/12/2019.

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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  

25/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

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  

25/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

Europa Distribution to discuss the distribution of documentaries at IDFA

Europa Distribution to discuss the distribution of documentaries at IDFA

The network will hold a workshop from 24-26 November at the Dutch festival, which will include a case study on Artemio Benki's documentary Solo  

22/11/2019 | IDFA 2019 | IDFA for Professionals

Review: Aswang

Review: Aswang

Alyx Ayn Arumpac's debut feature is a shocking account of Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs  

22/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

Review: Sunless Shadows

Review: Sunless Shadows

Mehrdad Oskouei’s feature-length documentary set in a juvenile detention centre in Iran has opened the 32nd edition of IDFA  

21/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

Adriek Van Nieuwenhuijzen  • IDFA industry head

Interview: Adriek Van Nieuwenhuijzen • IDFA industry head

"If you want to develop a healthy documentary film ‘climate’, the key is thinking about ways to nurture talent"

We had the chance to chat with industry head Adriek Van Nieuwenhuijzen, who talked us through the main industry initiatives at this year’s IDFA  

05/11/2019 | IDFA 2019 | IDFA for Professionals

IDFA announces its full programme

IDFA announces its full programme

The festival unveiled its complete selection and this year’s jury members during a press conference earlier this week  

25/10/2019 | IDFA 2019

Orwa Nyrabia  • Artistic director, IDFA

Interview: Orwa Nyrabia • Artistic director, IDFA

"This is not us being nice, smart and progressive; this is us surviving"

We sat down with IDFA artistic director Orwa Nyrabia to get the low-down on the raft of changes that have just been announced for the upcoming edition  

17/06/2019 | IDFA 2019

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