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» Reaching for the doc stars
With three days of screenings still remaining, this year’s festival is on target to rack up sales of 250,000 tickets, up from 235,000 last year.
» Tea Time
Emerging from pitching her latest project The Grown-ups
, Chilean director Maite Alberdi is brimming with enthusiasm.
» "How often do you still hear the word dedication?"
Two directors meet and discuss how love is doing these days.
» The Dream of Shahrazad
For South African François Verster’s multi-layered film the recent Arab Spring was the catalyst to its realization.
» IDFA Awards expand to Sarajevo
Serbian director Mila Turajlic was among the filmmakers attending the festival this year as part of the IDFA Awards scheme.
» Van Nunen sp#aks
Hasse van Nunen will present two short films in IDFA Junior on Sunday 30 November.
» The New Rijksmuseum - The Film
Oeke Hoogendijk spent a decade completing her epic documentary about the renovation of the Rijksmuseum.
» Kamchatka - The Cure for Hatred
Julia Mironova’s film is a study of a man addicted to war and alcohol in equal measure.
» Handling the Handler
Nadav Schirman paid IDFA a visit with The Green Prince about the intriguing relationship between a Palestinian informer and his Israeli intelligence handler.
» Docs for Sale posts record year
This year’s Docs for Sale proved to be one of the busiest editions in recent years in terms of attendance and videotheque screenings.