InsingerGilissen Film Day November 12

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    IDFA and InsingerGilissen have had a close collaboration for many years, based on a shared love for the artistic documentary. Together we present some great programs on IDFA 2022. Below are the films that can be seen on the InsingerGilissen Film Day on Saturday November 12.

    Program InsingerGilissen Film Day November 20th

    Geographies of Solitude (Saeco Coffee Screening)
    Tuschinski 1, 10:30-12:17

    Girl Gang
    Munt 11, 11:00-12:58

    All That Breathes
    Kleine Komedie, 11:00-12:54

    Alis + Talk
    Tuschinski 1, 13:30-15:20

    Bella Ciao + Talk hosted by ECF
    Kleine Komedie, 14:30-16:37

    A Compassionate Spy
    Munt 11, 13:45-15:46

    Nothing Lasts Forever
    Tuschinski 1, 16:30-18:14

    Dreaming Walls
    Kleine Komedie, 17:30-19:10

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    Geographies of Solitude

    • Jacquelyn Mills
    • 2022

      A poetic 16mm portrait of Sable Island and its sole human inhabitant Zoe Lucas, who is studying and conserving its flora and fauna. The inspiring bond that develops between Lucas and the filmmaker leads to some remarkable experiments.

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      Girl Gang

      • Susanne Regina Meures
      • 2022

        A portrait of 14-year-old Leonie, a successful teenage influencer from Berlin. It seems like a fairy tale, all the followers, attention and free products, but the continuous pressure to produce content threatens to overwhelm her family.

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        All That Breathes

        • Shaunak Sen
        • 2022

          Two Muslim brothers living in Delhi, one of the world’s most polluted cities, try their best to run a sanctuary for birds of prey. In a film that swings between hope and despair, the two central figures remain determined to never give up.

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          Alis

          • Clare Weiskopf, Nicolas van Hemelryck
          • 2022

            The teenage girls who live in a shelter in Bogotá have already been through a lot in their young lives. They talk about it through the perspective of a fictional friend: Alis. Their soulful narrative reveals an amazing strength to embrace a brighter future.

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            Bella Ciao

            • Giulia Giapponesi
            • 2022

              Did the Italian partisans really sing “Bella ciao” during their struggle against fascism? The focus here is on the magic of a song that has captured the imagination of the world, with archive footage, interviews and music.

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              A Compassionate Spy

              • Steve James
              • 2022

                In 1951, at the height of the Cold War, physicist Ted Hall risked his life by sharing US atomic secrets with the Soviet Union. Seventy years on, his wife explains what possessed him to do it.

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                Nothing Lasts Forever

                • Jason Kohn
                • 2022

                  A revealing film about the growing market for synthetic diamonds produced in factories. When the difference between man-made and mined gems disappears, revaluation will be inevitable. What is it we’re being sold?

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                  Dreaming Walls

                  • Amélie van Elmbt, Maya Duverdier
                  • 2022

                    The legendary Chelsea Hotel in New York is being turned into a boutique hotel, and its permanent residents have been living in the mess for the last nine years. Dreaming Walls captures the last visible remnants of the hotel’s dark and glorious past.

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