All Documentaries

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

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    The Cruise

    • Bennett Miller
    • 1998
    • 76 min
    • Top 10

    Talkative tour guide Tim Levitch spouts a torrent of infectious ideas that shed new light on tightly regimented Manhattan.

    In Praise of Nothing

    • Boris Mitic
    • 2017
    • 78 min
    • Masters

    In simple verse, Iggy Pop narrates the observations of "Nothing" as it experiences our world for the first and last time.

    Incense-Navigator

    • Alexander Kuprin
    • 2017
    • 104 min
    • IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary

    Personal impressions, poignant scenes and melancholy meetings in a fascinating road trip through war-ravaged East Ukraine.

    Kojo

    • Michael Fequiere
    • 2016
    • 15 min
    • IDFA Competition for Kids & Docs, IDFA Junior

    A portrait of 12-year-old Kojo Odu Roney, a very talented jazz drummer who totally lives for his music.

    Sketchbooks

    • Jonathan Harris
    • 2002
    • Jonathan Harris Retrospective

    Sketchbooks full of collages served as Jonathan Harris's reservoir of ideas, until one was stolen and he decided to work only in computer code.

    Untitled

    • Michael Glawogger, Monika Willi
    • 2017
    • 108 min
    • Masters, The Visual Voice

    View one of IDFA's films against a small fee from the 2017 selection. Michael Glawogger’s sublime swan song is a trip to an unknown destination. The locations and impressions are fascinating, but also alienating.

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