Omroep Zwart Guide to IDFA

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    For IDFA 2020, Omroep Zwart picked six favorites you can watch online during the festival. Check out the selection below and get your tickets:

    Films in this selection

    Acasă, My Home

    • Radu Ciorniciuc
    • 2020

      A filmic portrait of a large Romanian family going though turbulent times. After 20 years of living in nature near Bucharest, they must return to modern, urban society—and all its problems.

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      Il mio corpo

      • Michele Pennetta
      • 2020

        Fact and fiction blur in this sensitive film about a young scrap metal collector and an African boat refugee living in Sicily. Their lives turn out to be more similar than they might have imagined.

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        Jano & Shiro, a Brothers' Journey

        • Els van Driel, Eefje Blankevoort
        • 2020

          An experimentally filmed account of the far-reaching consequences of Dutch asylum policy for Jano and Shiro, two brothers who fled from Syria. With music and editing at times reminiscent of a video clip.

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          Nardjes A.

          • Karim Aïnouz
          • 2020

            A spectacular record of a mass demonstration against the Algerian regime in the spring of 2019. We follow a day in the life of activist Nardjes A., who voices the discontent of Algerians young and old.

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            She Had a Dream

            • Raja Amari
            • 2020

              Ghofrane Binous is a charismatic figure who became politically active during the Tunisian national elections. In a class-based society with mostly men at the helm, this young, Black, working-class woman has plenty of obstacles to overcome.

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              Things We Dare Not Do

              • Bruno Santamaria
              • 2020

                The village of El Roblito on a peninsula in the Atlantic Ocean seems to be mainly inhabited by children. We see the machismo of the adult world only in passing in this subtle yet compelling coming-of-age story filtered through children’s eyes.

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