InsingerGilissen Film Day November 21st

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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 2021. Below are the films that can be seen on the InsingerGilissen Film Day on November 21st.

    Program InsingerGilissen Film Day November 21st

    The Gig Is Up
    DeLaMar, 11:45 uur

    Bigger Than Us + Talk (Oxfam Novib Selection)
    Tuschinski 1, 13:00 uur

    The Last Shelter
    Munt 11, 14:15 uur

    Becoming Cousteau
    DeLaMar: 14:45 uur

    Writing with Fire + Talk hosted by Mama Cash
    Tuschinski 1, 16:15 uur

    Flee (VPRO Extra)
    DeLaMar, 17:45 PM

    Marx Can Wait + Talk
    Tuschinski 1, 20:30 uur

    Items in this selection

    The Gig Is Up

    • Shannon Walsh
    • 2021

      A wide-ranging documentary about the gig economy, focusing on several self-employed people working for online platforms. Experts analyze how this system works. Have the limits been reached or breached?

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      Bigger than Us

      • Flore Vasseur
      • 2021

        Young people all over the world are opposing inequality, climate disruption, and other injustices. Melati, an Indonesian activist combating plastic pollution, travels the world visiting courageous fellow activists of her own generation. What motivates them?

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        The Last Shelter

        • Ousmane Samassekou
        • 2021

          At the southern edge of the Sahara, two brave teenage girls from Burkina Faso arrive at a stopping place for migrants on their way to Europe. Their dreams clash with the shocking stories of those who went before them and failed.

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          Becoming Cousteau

          • Liz Garbus
          • 2021

            In this chronological and richly documented portrait of Jacques Cousteau, we discover that his life was packed with plot twists. Cousteau was a pioneering diver, filmmaker, and climate activist, and his warnings have never been more urgent.

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            Writing with Fire

            • Sushmit Ghosh, Rintu Thomas
            • 2021

              In Uttar Pradesh, a local newspaper is run by women from the lowest caste, the Dalits—a unique situation in conservative India. Armed with courage, perseverance, and smartphones, they report on thorny issues.

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              Flee

              • Jonas Poher Rasmussen
              • 2021

                The story of Amin, a gay man who fled Afghanistan in the 1980s, is told mostly in animation. Flee shows the unforgiving environment in which he lived, and the scars that remain from living as a second-class citizen.

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                Marx Can Wait

                • Marco Bellocchio
                • 2021

                  With the help of his family, award-winning filmmaker Marco Bellocchio tells the story of his twin brother Camillo, who died at the age of 29. Archive footage illustrates an era and a lost life. A film that acts as a confession.

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