A list of all films and interactive documentaries selected for IDFA throughout the years.
A Dedicated Life
Mixed documentary-fictional portrait of the Japanese writer Mitsuharu Inoue (1925-1992).
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
Not all bankers escaped prosecution in the U.S. mortgage crisis: a small Chinese-American family bank spent years fighting in the courts.
A thoughtful portrait of the people who have returned to their homes in the evacuated zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station, despite the radioactivity.
Abduction the Megumi Yokota Story
A Japanese couple tries to find out the truth about their daughter, who was kidnapped as a 13-year-old by the North Korean secret service in 1977.
Account of a three months stay in America of two mental handicapped boys from Japan.
American-Iraqi coproduction in which residents of and visitors to Baghdad express their previous horrors and present fears.
A journey into the mystery that is Canto Ostinato, a composition that has dramatically affected the lives of many people.
A group of Swiss senior citizens discusses their ideas about life after death in a series of remarkable, moving and funny conversations.
Ecuadorian documentary filmmaker Carla Valencia Dávila's debut film about her two exceptional grandfathers: a political activist who died young and a "wonder doctor" who sought immortality.