Andana Films

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    Andana Films is an international sales company dedicated to documentaries. Since the beginning we have tried to build a strong relationship with filmmakers, and focus on working hand in hand with them on the financing front—to help secure funds and pre-buys. Our editorial line consists of one-hour programs in the fields of society, politics, history, and art, as well as feature length documentaries with an international scope.

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    Child Trafficking

    • Olivier Ballande
    • 2020

      Hundreds of thefts are regularly committed in the Paris metro by Romanian children. The Juvenile Protection Brigade takes over the case and discovers it is facing child trafficking on a European scale.

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      Downstream to Kinshasa

      • Dieudo Hamadi
      • 2020

        A powerful record of a desperate call for justice. The civilian victims of the six-day war in Kisangani, DR Congo, in June 2000, are still waiting for compensation. They travel to the capital Kinshasa to make their voices heard.

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        The Filmmaker’s House

        • Marc Isaacs
        • 2020

          In protest against sensationalism in the documentary industry, Marc Isaacs makes a film in his own home. Blending fact and fiction, he explores the theme of hospitality and indirectly asks questions about authorship.

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          The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village and the World...

          • Claire Simon
          • 2020

            In a one-street village in southern France, while some are harvesting or struggling with hail, others are creating an international streaming platform for independent documentaries. An inspiring tale of tenacity and idealism and their salutary effects.

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            Mrs F.

            • Chris van der Vorm
            • 2020

              In Makoko, Nigeria, Mrs F. wants to unite women with a women empowerment project about gender inequality based on true stories to get women out of their oppressed position and convince them to speak up

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              One Step From Glory

              • Fabrice Macaux
              • 2019

                Abdel, 18 years old, is an intern in a prestigious football training centers. Soon, his future will be at stake: will he sign his first pro contract or will he get back at the starting point ?

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                Stonewall, Paving the Way to Gay Pride

                • Mathilde Fasin
                • 2020

                  2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the Gay Pride which first occurred when gays and lesbians walked the streets in New York, claiming publicly to be out, in commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall riots.

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                  The Many Lives of Kojin

                  • Diako Yazdani
                  • 2019

                    An Iranian Kurd director, goes to Irak where with Kojin, a 23-year-old friend, he confronts his devout family, friends and other members of the Kurdish community with their prejudices on homosexuality.

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                    What if Babel Was Just a Myth?

                    • Sandrine Loncke
                    • 2019

                      According to the UN, one language dies every two weeks. Young linguist Florian Lionnet is documenting Láàl, an indigenous language isolate of southern Chad in danger of disappearing. 

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