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Chris Frieswijk

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52 articles available in total starting from 08/10/2018. Last article published on 15/04/2022.

Review: We Don’t Talk

Review: We Don’t Talk

Throughout Marjolein Busstra’s film, traumatised youngsters seem to open up more and more, gradually discovering that it does indeed help to speak out  

15/04 | Movies that Matter 2022

Review: Along the Way

Review: Along the Way

The acting by Afghan refugees Malihe and Nahid feels honest and vulnerable, as they risk it all to slip through the cracks of “fortress Europe” in Mijke de Jong’s film  

13/04 | Movies that Matter 2022

Mr. Landsbergis and Octopus crowned Best Films at IDFA

Mr. Landsbergis and Octopus crowned Best Films at IDFA

Other victors included O, Collecting Eggs Despite the Times by Pim Zwiers, Shabu by Shamira Raphaëla and Jason by Maasja Ooms  

26/11/2021 | IDFA 2021 | Awards

Review: Four Journeys

Review: Four Journeys

In his feature-length debut, Louis Hothothot returns home to China from his life in Amsterdam to take stock and confront his parents about the past  

25/11/2021 | IDFA 2021

Review: Do Not Hesitate

Review: Do Not Hesitate

Shariff Korver’s thrilling feature tells the story of three Dutch soldiers who lose track of reality as their mission in the Middle East takes an unexpected turn  

11/11/2021 | Films | Reviews | Netherlands/Greece

Review: A Custom of the Sea

Review: A Custom of the Sea

A disarming sense of humour and playful reflections on the historical questions of migration seamlessly link up with today’s issues in Fabrizio Polpettini’s film  

04/11/2021 | DOK Leipzig 2021

Review: A Sound of My Own

Review: A Sound of My Own

Rebecca Zehr’s documentary has a very distinctive style that strongly resonates with the music of protagonist Marja Burchard  

03/11/2021 | DOK Leipzig 2021

Review: The Cars We Drove into Capitalism

Review: The Cars We Drove into Capitalism

Georgi Bogdanov and Boris Missirkov’s playful documentary is a nostalgic road trip along the Iron Curtain  

03/11/2021 | DOK Leipzig 2021

Nadja Tennstedt • Industry Director, DOK Leipzig

Interview: Nadja Tennstedt • Industry Director, DOK Leipzig

“It is not a very pretentious festival, and it has a cozy and inviting atmosphere. I want to build on that”

We caught up with the head of industry at DOK Leipzig about her first year in her new role  

02/11/2021 | Dok Leipzig 2021

DOK Leipzig sets its Doves free, bestowing its top prize upon Wei Deng’s Father

DOK Leipzig sets its Doves free, bestowing its top prize upon Wei Deng’s Father

The European laureates at the German gathering included Republic of Silence, A Sound of My Own, Bucolic and among us women  

02/11/2021 | DOK Leipzig 2021 | Awards

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