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IDFA 2018

El IDFA anuncia su programa al completo

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- Kabul, City in the Wind inaugurará el mayor festival de documentales de Europa, en cuya competición principal lucharán 12 películas mientras 13 lo harán en la sección First Appearance

El IDFA anuncia su programa al completo
The Border Fence, de Nikolaus Geyrhalter

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The International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) announced the full programme of its 31st edition, set to run from 14-25 November, at a press conference at De Balie yesterday.

In the festival's flagship selection, the Competition for Feature-length Documentary, there are 12 titles by established filmmakers, among them Nikolaus Geyrhalter's The Border Fence [+lee también:
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(Austria), Francesco Patierno's Camorra [+lee también:
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(Italy), Eszter Hajdú's Hungary 2018 [+lee también:
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(Hungary/Portugal), Victor Moreno's The Hidden City [+lee también:
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(Spain/France), Tomer Heymann's Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life [+lee también:
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(Israel/Germany), Bettina Perut and Iván Osnovikoff's Los Reyes [+lee también:
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(Chile/Germany), Van Brummelen & De Haan's Stones Have Laws [+lee también:
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(Netherlands/Suriname) and ‘Now something is slowly changing’ [+lee también:
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by mint film office (Netherlands). For the full line-up of this selection, click here.

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The festival will officially open with Kabul, City in the Wind [+lee también:
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, the first feature by Afghani filmmaker Aboozar Amini, a co-production between the Netherlands, Afghanistan, Japan and Germany, which follows a bus driver in the titular city and two young brothers whose soldier father has to leave for Iran. 

Amini's film is also part of the prestigious IDFA Competition for First Appearance, described as "a strong selection of movies from emerging filmmakers who gave it their all for their debut film". The section contains 13 titles, including six European productions or co-productions: Emmanuelle Bonmariage's Manu [+lee también:
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(Belgium), Nicole Vögele's Closing Time [+lee también:
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(Switzerland/Germany), Ewa Podgórska's Diagnosis [+lee también:
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(Poland), Sebastiano d'Ayala Valva's Giacinto Scelsi. The First Motion of the Immovable [+lee también:
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Eyad Aljarod's The Greatest Sacrifice (Syria/UK/Lebanon) and Eloy Domínguez Serén's Hamada (Sweden/Norway/Germany). For the full list, click here

In the Serialized focus programme, IDFA will experiment with the format of documentary series within a festival setting, with a line-up of five series encompassing both web documentaries and linear documentaries, including The Village by Claire Simon. Click here for the full line-up. 

The festival has also announced 11 titles in the Competition for Dutch Documentary (click here), as well as three DocLab selections that investigate the ways in which the digital revolution is influencing reality and documentary artists in every possible discipline: Digital Storytelling, Immersive Non-Fiction and DocLab Spotlight.

For the second time, the Amsterdam Human Rights Award will be given to one of the ten documentaries screening across the various sections which bring the theme of human rights to life with great cinematic power. Click here for more details.

Finally, the list of juries can be found here.

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