IDFA films in cinemas

    • News
    • December 11, 2020
    • By the staff

    Can't get enough of IDFA? While cinemas are now closed until at least February 9, the films listed below can be streamed online at Picl (from The Netherlands only). When theaters reopen, more IDFA titles to screen in cinemas will be added to this page. When cinemas re-open, The Best of IDFA on Tour will also return to theaters.

    Showing now & later this month

    White Cube
    Congolese plantation workers set a new precedent: they successfully co-opt the concept of the “white cube” gallery space as a means to stop the commercial exploitation of their land by multinationals such as Unilever.

    An impressionistic report from the border regions of Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon. In his distinctively stunning style, Gianfranco Rosi shows the people’s resilience and miseries of everyday life in a region scarred by decades of conflict and oppression.

    The Mole Agent
    In this blend of spy flick and observational documentary, 83-year-old Sergio goes undercover in an old folks’ home. Starting out as a wryly comical detective yarn, the film ultimately offers us an intimate look at affection and loneliness in old age.

    El Father Plays Himself
    A making-of documentary about a movie with an uncontrollable protagonist in the remote jungle. Sharp and moving observations reveal the dynamics of a son directing his father who’s playing his totally-off-the-rails self.

    Coming soon

    100UP | From January 7, 2021
    Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets | From January 14, 2021
    Martin Luther King vs. The FBI | From January 21, 2021
    Zappa | From February 4, 2021
    Gunda | From March 25, 2021

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