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Chris Frieswijk


36 articles available in total starting from 08/10/2018. Last article published on 01/12/2020.

Rotterdam reveals full lineup of 49th edition

Rotterdam reveals full lineup of 49th edition

The titles span countries and cultures, ranging from traditional to experimental approaches, all encompassing urgency and cinematic relevance  

19/12/2019 | IFFR 2020

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  

29/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

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  

29/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

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  

28/11/2019 | 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  

27/11/2019 | IDFA 2019

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: 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

Review: In the Arms of Morpheus

Review: In the Arms of Morpheus

In his visually appealing feature-length documentary, Marc Schmidt enters the irrational and uncontrollable world of sleep  

13/11/2019 | Films | Reviews | Netherlands

Dirty God scoops three Golden Calves at the Nederlands Film Festival

Dirty God scoops three Golden Calves at the Nederlands Film Festival

Sacha Polak’s English-language debut has taken home a trio of Golden Calves, including Best Feature Film and Best Director; the runner-up, with two gongs, was Michiel van Erp’s Open Seas  

07/10/2019 | Nederlands Film Festival 2019 | Awards

Review: The Miracle of the Little Prince

Review: The Miracle of the Little Prince

Marjoleine Boonstra’s deliberately paced feature-length documentary draws parallels between Saint-Exupéry’s magical universe and the everyday reality of cultures on the verge of disappearance  

01/10/2019 | Nederlands Film Festival 2019

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