VO schoolvoorstellingen voorgaande edities

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    Duizenden leerlingen bezochten tijdens de schoolvoorstellingen van IDFA 2015 en 2016 het theater om te kunnen genieten van een selectie bijzondere jeugddocumentaires. Deze selectie is nu voor alle leerlingen in Nederland gratis in de klas te bekijken via Docschool Online.

    Items in this selection

    Dream Empire

    • David Borenstein
    • 2016

    A Chinese entrepreneur tries to stay afloat in China’s surreal property sector with an agency for foreign talent.

    Every Good Marriage Begins With Tears

    • Simon Chambers
    • 2006

    A candid and humorous glimpse into the life of a Bangladeshi family in London whose two daughters are on the eve of arranged marriages.

    Let Me Go Home

    • Chiel Aldershoff
    • 2009

    Fourteen-year-old Sietske has been in a youth detention facility for 18 months. Soon, the day will come that she will be allowed to go outside.

    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.

    Sonita

    • Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami
    • 2016

    Illegally living in Tehran, an 18-year old Afghani refugee named Sonita dreams of being a rapper in this exciting document of her search for her own path in life. 

    Suburban King/Top-girl

    • Aakash Bhatia
    • 2015

    A documentary about a gigantic human pyramid at the Dahi Handi festival in India. The highest boy is fearless, the young girl on his shoulders even more so.

    A Year Without My Parents

    • Els van Driel
    • 2015

    A Year Without My Parents tells the story of the twelve year old Tareq who had to leave Syria without his family. He is now waiting in Holland to be reunited with his parents and sister.

    Chellina / da Beast

    • Zoeteke Lugthart
    • 2014

    A portrait of 15-year-old Chellina Chirino, the four-time Dutch kickboxing champion who is having trouble finding suitable opponents.

    Drona & Me

    • Catherine van Campen
    • 2009

    Drona and I is a portrait of autistic Hindu boy Drona. We'll be watching him through the eyes of Arjun, his elder brother, and so a lovingly double-portrait is formed.

    Haiduc

    • Annelies Kruk, Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden
    • 2014

    Nicu takes us to the sewer that was his home from the age of 7 on. Raluca, who runs a shelter, saved him – but the street still has a strong appeal.

    Kassim the Dream

    • Kief Davidson
    • 2008

    The improbable story of the Ugandan-born Kassim Ouma, who was forced to be a child soldier at the age of six and escaped to become a boxing champion in the United States.

    Solitary Plains

    • J. Christian Jensen
    • 2014

    James doesn’t go to school and is allowed to play videogames all day, while his father is at work in the oil fields. Sounds great! Or…?

    Wanted: A New Home for Serayah

    • Xander de Boer
    • 2015