IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary
Fifteen documentaries between 40 and 70 minutes long are competing in this competition.
IDFA Award for Best Mid-Length Documentary (€ 10,000) was awarded to Martin Benchimol and Pablo Aparo for The Dread (Argentina).
The IDFA Special Jury Award for Mid-Length Documentary (€ 2,500) went to Last Days in Shibati (France) by Hendrick Dusollier.
Jiawei Ning | China | 2017 | 63 min.
Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel
Carina Molier | The Netherlands | 2017 | 70 min.
Also selected for the IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary.
Usama Ghanoum | Syria, Egypt, Germany | 2017 | 48 min.
Also selected for the focus program Shifting Perspectives: The Arab World.
Enrico Maisto | Italy | 2017 | 56 min.
Martin Benchimol, Pablo Aparo | Argentina | 2017 | 67 min.
Laurent Van Lancker | Belgium | 2017 | 63 min.
Last Days in Shibati
Hendrick Dusollier | France | 2017 | 60 min.
Toia Bonino | Argentina | 2017 | 67 min.
Raghu Rai, an Unframed Portrait
Avani Rai | India, Finland, Norway | 2017 | 55 min.
Leo Gabriadze | Russia | 2017 | 63 min.
The Russian Job
Petr Horký | Czech Republic | 2017 | 70 min.
See You Tomorrow, God Willing!
Ainara Vera | Spain, Norway | 2017 | 61 min.
Noa Aharoni | Israel | 2017 | 53 min.
Songs for Kit
Ruslan Fedotow | Belarus, Russia | 2017 | 57 min.
The Ugliest Car
Grzegorz Szczepaniak | Poland | 2017 | 47 min.