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IDFA 2018

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Europa Distribution discusses "the act of releasing" at IDFA

Europa Distribution discusses "the act of releasing" at IDFA

Landing for the first time at the festival, the network organised a panel dedicated to the potential of documentaries when it comes to theatrical release  

21/12/2018 | IDFA 2018 | Industry

Review: The Border Fence

Review: The Border Fence

Exploring the never-erected border fence intended to stop refugees at Brenner Pass, Nikolaus Geyrhalter encounters Tyroleans whose opinions give us hope  

27/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: ‘Now something is slowly changing’

Review: ‘Now something is slowly changing’

The winner of Best Dutch Documentary at the 31st edition of the IDFA confronts us with Western society’s collective search for meaning  

27/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Giacinto Scelsi. The First Movement of the Immovable

Review: Giacinto Scelsi. The First Movement of the Immovable

The mystical title of Sebastiano d’Ayala Valva’s film is the right fit for its subject, a classical music composer who claimed his music came from Hindu deities  

26/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Los Reyes

Review: Los Reyes

This unusual documentary by Bettina Perut and Iván Osnovikoff focuses on two dogs in Santiago's oldest skate park  

26/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Sakawa

Review: Sakawa

Ben Asamoah's first feature-length documentary reveals a whole industry revolving around internet dating site scams, from the perspective of the perpetrators in Ghana  

23/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Hungary 2018

Review: Hungary 2018

In her thrilling documentary, Eszter Hajdú tells the David and Goliath story of the 2018 Hungarian parliamentary elections  

22/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Indian film Reason triumphs at IDFA

Indian film Reason triumphs at IDFA

Other winners include the Chilean-German title Los Reyes and the Italian-French co-production Giacinto Scelsi. The First Motion of the Immovable  

22/11/2018 | IDFA 2018 | Awards

Review: Hamada

Review: Hamada

With a great soundtrack and lots of humour, Eloy Dominguez Serén’s feature-length debut takes us to the Sahrawi people who live in exile in the Sahara Desert  

21/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Kabul, City in the Wind

Review: Kabul, City in the Wind

The feature-length documentary debut by Afghan-Dutch filmmaker Aboozar Amini has opened the 31st edition of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam  

15/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

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