CJP: IDFA in één dag

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    For all film lovers under the age of 30 feeling spoiled for choice, CJP has once again selected the best of this year’s IDFA. During this ultimate documentary marathon, you’ll get a serving of the coolest docs, with a side of in-depth Q&As. Followed by drinks after the screenings! Tickets available from €20,-.


    All Cats Are Grey in the Dark

    • Lasse Linder
    • Switzerland
    • 2019
    • 18 min
    • Best of Fests

    A tragicomic portrait of a Swiss man who’s so utterly devoted to his two beloved pedigree cats that they can justifiably be described as his life partners. Now one of them is expecting kittens, turning this unconventional household upside down.  Read more


    • Molly Stuart
    • Israel, Palestine
    • 2019
    • 75 min
    • IDFA Competition for Student Documentary, Focus: It Still Hurts

    Like most young adults in Israel, Atalya is required to join the army. She refuses, though, because there’s no way she’s going to participate in the oppression of Palestinians. We watch closely as she grows into a staunch human rights activist.  Read more


    • Liza Mandelup
    • United States
    • 2019
    • 93 min
    • Best of Fests

    An eye-opening and entertaining impression of influencer culture that reveals the reality behind social media stardom. Austyn is worshiped in the online world. A fortune lies in store for him, as long as he keeps selling his charm. Read more

    King of the Cruise

    • Sophie Dros
    • Netherlands
    • 2019
    • 74 min
    • IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary

    During his vacation on a luxury cruise ship, the wealthy Scottish-American baron Ronald Reisinger is a striking and popular guest. Behind his sophisticated stories and decadent riches, however, hides a lonely man who is yearning for love. Read more

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