All Documentaries

    A list of all films and interactive documentaries selected for IDFA throughout the years.

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    #chicagoGirl -- The Social Network Takes on a Dictator

    • Joe Piscatella
    • 2013
    • 74 min

    An 19-year-old American student has been helping to coordinate the Syrian revolution from a suburb of Chicago since 2011, armed with all imaginable social networks.

    'Ashûrâ': This Blood Spilled in My Veins

    • Jalal Toufic
    • 2002
    • 104 min

    Scenes in a mosque, a car and at a religious procession during the Islamic commemoration of Âshûrâ.

    'Welcome to Holland' - Campus Vught

    • Sarah Vos
    • 2003
    • 100 min

    The disintegration of Campus Vught and its system to prepare hopeless single underage asylum seekers for their return.

    0.56%

    • Lorenzo Hagerman
    • 2010
    • 95 min

    A retrospective on the events leading up to the tumultuous 2006 presidential election in Mexico, with a vote margin of only 0.56 percent separating the two main candidates.

    1 Giant Leap

    • Jamie Catto, Duncan Bridgeman
    • 2002
    • 76 min

    Global trip through music and images explores 12 common global themes.

    10 Billion - What's on Your Plate?

    • Valentin Thurn
    • 2015
    • 102 min

    “Food fighter” Valentin Thurn travels the world in search of solutions for the impending food shortage.

    108

    • Renate Costa
    • 2010
    • 95 min

    In Paraguay, "108" is a derogatory term for homosexuals. In this documentary, filmmaker Renate Costa investigates the history of her 108 uncle.

    11 und 12

    • Till Harms
    • 1999
    • 70 min

    The astonishing love affair between a political prisoner from East Berlin and her interrogator.

    119 bullets + Three

    • Yeud Levanon
    • 1995
    • 60 min

    The assassination of Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin alerted Israeli society with a jolt to the danger that the national, extreme right?wing religious opposition represents to the peace process. Many people have pointed out this threat before, but their anxiety has not led to adequate measures. Yeud Levanon and Amit Goren followed the fanatical, religious colonists in the occupied territories on the West Bank for twelve months. The result is 119 bullets + three, which pays a lot of attention to the ideological notions of the opponents of the peace process by interviewing leading figures from the 'Jewish underground'. The filmmakers' conclusion is that the irreconcilable opponents want to destroy the democratic state of Israel, after which they will establish an autocratic fundamentalist?Jewish state on its ruins.

    12th & Delaware

    • Rachel Grady, Heidi Ewing
    • 2010
    • 87 min

    A shocking but humorous look at the practices of the pro-life Pregnancy Care Center opposite an abortion clinic in Fort Pierce, Florida.

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