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17 articles available in total starting from 07/04/2021. Last article published on 24/12/2021.

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Review: After a Revolution

Review: After a Revolution

Giovanni Buccomino's account of the lives of two siblings post-Libyan Revolution is ambitious and sprawling, but fails to achieve all it sets out to do, which was probably impossible from the get-go  

24/12/2021 | IDFA 2021

Europa Distribution discusses releasing documentaries in times of pandemic at IDFA

Europa Distribution discusses releasing documentaries in times of pandemic at IDFA

The network of distributors presented several case studies at the Dutch festival  

09/12/2021 | IDFA 2021 | IDFA for Professionals

Review: Babi Yar. Context

Review: Babi Yar. Context

There are no words to describe the massacre that took place in 1941 just outside Kiev, and Sergei Loznitsa is not even trying to find them  

02/12/2021 | IDFA 2021

“Change is inevitable; it’s just annoying that it takes so long,” say critics at IDFA’s Representation and Diversity in Film Criticism panel

“Change is inevitable; it’s just annoying that it takes so long,” say critics at IDFA’s Representation and Diversity in Film Criticism panel

Writers opened up about representation and the realities of their profession during a panel at the Dutch festival  

02/12/2021 | IDFA 2021 | IDFA for Professionals

Review: O, Collecting Eggs Despite the Times

Review: O, Collecting Eggs Despite the Times

Pim Zwier’s Best Directing Award winner in the Envision Competition is one of IDFA’s oddest films, and also one of its best  

30/11/2021 | IDFA 2021

Review: Mr. Landsbergis

Review: Mr. Landsbergis

In his latest, Sergei Loznitsa answers FAQs about Lithuania's break from the Soviet Union, over the course of four bloody hours  

29/11/2021 | IDFA 2021

Review: Jason

Review: Jason

Maasja Ooms's winner of the IDFA Award for Best Dutch Film digs deep into the trauma and then digs its way out  

29/11/2021 | IDFA 2021

Helena Třeštíková • Director of René – The Prisoner of Freedom

Interview: Helena Třeštíková • Director of René – The Prisoner of Freedom

“The most important moment came when he robbed me; that’s when I decided he was interesting to follow”

We talked to the acclaimed Czech helmer, who returns to one of her best-known protagonists in her new movie  

26/11/2021 | IDFA 2021

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

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