Watch IDFA films on Picl

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    With the current health crisis, cinemas and distributors around the world are facing unprecedented challenges. To help you help your favorite Dutch theatre, we’ve compiled a list of IDFA titles that can now be streamed on Picl. The following IDFA films have recently screened in Dutch cinemas, or are supposed to be screening now. Proceeds will go directly to cinemas and distributors in The Netherlands. Simply click on the film you want to see below, select "watch", and you'll be forwarded to Picl. Note: these films are only available to stream in the Netherlands.

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    Citizen K

    • Alex Gibney
    • 2019

      Told against the background of post-Soviet Russia, this is the story of former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Once one of the richest people in Russia, he also spent 10 years in a Siberian prison. 

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      The Cordillera of Dreams

      • Patricio Guzmán
      • 2019

        In Chile, the peaks of the Andes are never far away—the mountain chain (cordillera) is the country’s rocky spine. The impassive, timeless landscape forms a moving contrast to the nation’s turbulent political history.

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        For Sama

        • Waad al-Kateab, Edward Watts
        • 2019

          The 26-year-old citizen journalist Waad al-Kateab films her life in besieged Aleppo, Syria. She falls in love, marries, and gives birth to daughter Sama. In the form of a letter to Sama, the film intimately captures the reality of war and an uncertain future.

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          Honeyland

          • Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska
          • 2019

            In a deserted mountain village, Europe’s last female wild-beekeeper lives with her elderly mother. A stunningly filmed, intimate portrait of their peaceful existence—and how it is rudely disturbed by newcomers.

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            King of the Cruise

            • Sophie Dros
            • 2019

              During his vacation on a luxury cruise ship, the wealthy Scottish-American baron Ronald Reisinger is a striking and popular guest. Behind his sophisticated stories and decadent riches, however, hides a lonely man who is yearning for love.

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              My Rembrandt

              • Oeke Hoogendijk
              • 2019

                What makes Rembrandt’s paintings technically so extraordinary, and why are different people so deeply affected by his oeuvre, or a specific work? Centuries after his death, his paintings are still a source of drama and gripping plot twists.

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                Once the Dust Settles

                • John Appel
                • 2019

                  Life was good in Amatrice (central Italy), Aleppo and Chernobyl until disaster struck. The survivors have resumed their lives, and now give sightseers guided tours of the devastation.

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                  Varda by Agnès

                  • Agnès Varda
                  • 2019

                    For the very last time, photographer, film director and installation artist Agnès Varda (1928-2019) looks back on her life and career, using scenes from her own rich body of work to shed light on her artistic vision and ideas.

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