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    New IDFA shop live!

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    • November 4, 2019

    IDFA's new online shop is open for business!

    Join the Videoland Academy pitch

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    • September 27, 2019

    This information is available in Dutch only.

    Black Achievement Month x IDFA: Revolutionary Music

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    • September 16, 2019

    Music reflects the time when it was made. Within the theme of Revolutionary Music, IDFA and Black Achievement Month present two documentaries in four different cinemas throughout the Netherlands. Watch Mama Africa and Soundtrack for a Revolution, each with an introduction and/or a follow-up interview.

    To the memory of D.A. Pennebaker

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    • August 5, 2019
    • Orwa Nyrabia

    For Penny and Chris

    Street footballer Rocky Hehakaija presents 3 films about female athletes

    Get ready for the Women’s World Cup with 3 IDFA films about women and sports as selected by street football star Rocky Hehakaija, who hosted our screening of Freedom Fields at Cluppi on june 8.

    Women’s Day: 6 works by young female makers

    In honor of International Women’s Day, we present 6 works by young female filmmakers and artists to watch. All documentaries and interactive projects are available to stream in the IDFA online collection.

    Guest of Honor Helena Třeštíková on her Top 10

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    • October 2, 2018
    • Helena Třeštíková

    "Choosing the 10 most important films of my life is a beautiful but challenging task. Since being given it, I have been thinking about my favorites and watching my life flash before my eyes."

    Třeštíková only edits after filming wraps up, even if it takes 37 years

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    • October 2, 2018
    • Pamela Cohn

    For IDFA’s 31st edition, the festival’s star guest will be director Helena Třeštíková. The 69-year-old award-winning filmmaker has created a prodigious output of close to 50 documentaries in her native Czech Republic, resulting in a deeply personal take on the last half-century of her country’s history. Třeštíková’s shooting methods and work ethic have resulted in a bespoke genre of what she calls “time-lapse” filmmaking, in which she follows her protagonists over decades of time. In her films, viewers are invited to observe people as they live out the stories of their lives.

    Pawel Lozinski and Niels Pagh Andersen tutors at IDFAcademy Summer School

    Filmmaker Pawel Lozinski and editor Niels Pagh Andersen are two of the tutors at this year’s IDFAcademy Summer School. They will be joined by Gema Juárez Allen, Katja Dringenberg, Gitte Hansen, Aliona van der Horst, Menno Boerema and Jesper Osmund to give guidance to a select group of up-and-coming international filmmaking talents.

    Orwa Nyrabia new artistic director of IDFA

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    • January 30, 2018

    Orwa Nyrabia (1977) is the new artistic director of IDFA. Nyrabia, who was born in Syria, is well-known in the documentary world as a producer, festival director, curator and mentor.

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