Screenings in a low stimulus environment

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    This year, IDFA presents three screenings in a low stimulus environment at the Ketelhuis. In these screenings, the sound is a bit quieter and the film projector's light is dimmed. The film itself is a quiet film without extreme action scenes or sudden screams. The three low-stimulus screenings are all in the morning hours in the Ketelhuis, because it is quieter during this time and there are fewer screenings, and therefore fewer visitors.

    November 25
    Housewitz - Ketelhuis Zaal 2 at 10:00

    November 26
    Last Days at Sea - Ketelhuis Zaal 2 at 10:00

    November 27
    The Balcony Movie - Ketelhuis Zaal 2 at 10:00

    Screenings in a low-stimulus environment


    • Oeke Hoogendijk
    • 2021

      Scenes which seem very ordinary—filmmaker Oeke Hoogendijk’s elderly mother in her living room, watching television with her cat—gradually develop into the portrait of an astute woman who has to live each day with the Holocaust as her housemate.

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      Last Days at Sea

      • Venice Atienza
      • 2021

        Reyboy’s world in the Philippine fishing village Karihatag is one of water, rocks, and sky. This film is an attempt to capture the beauty of his childhood. Just one more summer, and then he leaves for the city, and high school.

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        The Balcony Movie

        • Pawel Lozinski
        • 2021

          The sidewalk in front of his apartment is the stage at which director Pawel Lozinski directs his camera. Passersby stop for a chat, tell their life story, and collectively paint a picture of contemporary Poland.

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