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    In deze selectie vind je documentaires die geschikt zijn voor het voortgezet onderwijs en het mbo. De totale selectie is online beschikbaar, zodat leerlingen de films vanuit huis kunnen bekijken.

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    In deze selectie

    Raised by Krump

    • Maceo Frost
    • 2016

    A fascinating and gorgeous journey into krumping, the street dance with which dancers channel their anger and frustration.

    Frame 394

    • Rich Williamson
    • 2016

    A young Canadian man entangles himself in one of the most high-profile police shootings in the U.S., when he posts his own 3-D analysis of the event on the Internet.

    Danny's Parade

    • Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden
    • 2007

    Because life is boring for young gays, Danny arranges a boat for teenagers during the Amsterdam Canal Parade. Not everyone appreciates his initiative.

    I Am a Girl!

    • Susan Koenen
    • 2010

    Thirteen-year-old Joppe is nervous about asking a nice boy out, and even more so about telling him she was born a boy.

    Plank

    • Billy Pols
    • 2009

    The Dutch-Moroccan Nassim is a skater who dreams of becoming a pro – even though he knows Moroccans are supposed to like football and kickboxing.

    Radio Amina

    • Orlando von Einsiedel
    • 2011

    At the fictitious radio station Radio Amina, the 12-year-old Nigerian street peddler Amina can get everything off her chest that she normally wouldn't dare say.

    Streets

    • Victor Carrera
    • 2009

    Destitute youths talk openly about their hard life on the streets of the Ecuadorian capital Quito, trying to keep their heads above water.

    Boy Cheerleaders

    • James Newton
    • 2010

    It's not always easy for England's first all-boy cheerleading team in the run-up to the national championships.

    Skip Day

    • Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan
    • 2018

    On Skip Day, the seniors at Pahokee High School in Florida head for the beach to spend a final day together before a new life begins.

    Fordson

    • Rashid Ghazi
    • 2011

    Ramadan is well underway, and at Fordson High School, where 95% of the students are of Arab origin, the football team is preparing to face off against archrival Dearborn High.

    Tungrus

    • Rishi Chandna
    • 2018

    A documentary comedy in which a pet rooster turns the domestic life of a family living in a small Mumbai apartment upside down.

    I Signed the Petition

    • Mahdi Fleifel
    • 2018

    The Palestinian filmmaker wakes his friend with a phone call: he signed a petition, but was that actually such a good idea?

    The Sniper of Kobani

    • Reber Dosky
    • 2015

    While the Kurdish sniper Haron defends Kobani from the advancing Islamic State, he reflects in voice-over on his profession, his nightmares and his dreams.

    Spitting Ink

    • Ralph de Haan, Lars Siemens
    • 2009

    A stylized portrait of seven NY-based artists who are part of the worldwide underground phenomenon called spoken word, depicting why poetry is a vital written and oral tradition.

    Scenes from a Dry City

    • François Verster, Simon Wood
    • 2018

    Cape Town’s acute water crisis illustrates the differences within South African society, in a film that’s as visually stunning as it is urgent.

    My First Contact

    • Mari Corrêa, Kumaré Ikpeng
    • 2005

    Available in Benelux only: The story of an indigenous community in the Brazilian Amazon who were brought to live in a reservation in the 1960s, narrated through their own accounts

    Poor Us - An Animated History of Poverty

    • Ben Lewis
    • 2012

    A playful animated documentary featuring interviews with experts about why extreme poverty still exists, despite our growing wealth.

    Over the Limit

    • Marta Prus
    • 2017

    The pain and desperation of a young rhythmic gymnast are made palpable in this film about the Russian system for training athletes.