- Marc Hoeferlin, Juan Reina, Barney Broomfield
- 60 min
- IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary
A list of all films and interactive documentaries selected for IDFA throughout the years.
Just what is an American Arab? This is a personal film about identity, nationality and racism – and the right to be complicated.
As the wind blows across northeastern Brazil, people talk about the changes here. Meanwhile, the landscape speaks its own language.
At a Danish Red Cross school, young refugees are being prepared for regular education. Among them is an introverted Chechnyan named Magomed.
Amidst a snowy landscape, a Chinese fisherman readies his boat for spring in this wordless experimental film.
Witnesses of the attack on the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai look back and reflect on existential questions about fear, freedom and security.
Stephanie Lamorré shot rare clandestine footage of the 2011 uprisings in Bahrain, exploring the hidden side of the Arabic Spring.
In an exceptional mix of animation and archive footage, artist Knutte Wester tells the story of his grandmother, who grew up with the stigma of being illegitimate.
Most of the inhabitants of Guinea have no electricity. To be able to study, many young students walk to places where there is light.
Caught in the cross fire during the siege of Homs, people try to carry on with their lives.