IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary

    A selection of 15 documentaries longer than 70 minutes compete in the IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary. 

    Mila Turajlic won the IDFA Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary for The Other Side of Everything (Serbia, France, Qatar). In addition, the jury presented the IDFA Special Jury Award for Feature-Length Documentary to The Deminer (Sweden) by Hogir Hirori and Shinwar Kamal.

    Selection 2017

    24th Street
    Zhiqi Pan | China | 2017 | 88 min.

    Ali Aqa 
    Kamran Heidari | Iran | 2017 | 81 min

    Amal
    Mohamed Siam | Egypt, Lebanon, Germany, France, Norway, Denmark, Qatar | 2017 | 83 min.
    Also selected for the focus program Shifting Perspectives: The Arab World.

    The Deminer
    Hogir Hirori, Shinwar Kamal  | Sweden | 2017 | 81 min.

    Golden Dawn Girls
    Håvard Bustnes | Norway, Denmark, Finland | 2017 | 85 min.

    Incense-Navigator
    Alexander Kuprin | Russia | 2017 | 104 min.

    The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid
    Feargal Ward | Ireland | 2017 | 85 min.

    The Long Season
    Leonard Retel Helmrich | The Netherlands | 2017 | 115 min.
    Also selected for the IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary.

    Of Fathers and Sons
    Talal Derki | Germany, Syria | 2017 | 98 min.

    The Other Side of Everything
    Mila Turajlic | Serbia, France, Qatar | 2017 | 104 min.
    Also selected for the Camera in Focus program.

    Over the Limit
    Marta Prus | Poland, Germany, Finland | 2017 | 74 min.

    Primas 
    Laura Bari | Canada, Argentina | 2017 | 95 min.

    The Red Soul
    Jessica Gorter | The Netherlands | 2017 | 90 min.
    Also selected for the IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary.

    Time Trial
    Finlay Pretsell | United Kingdom | 2017 | 81 min.

    A Woman Captured
    Bernadett Tuza-Ritter | Hungary, Germany | 2017 | 89 min.