Selected films 2012

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About Face, the Supermodels, Then and Now
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’s lush new film is an intimate view of women whose images have defined our sense of beauty over the past five...
Adulthood
Eve Duchemin
During the day, Sabrina does housework to renovate the house from which she might be expelled. At night, she becomes Sarah, a stripper, to pay the classes to become a...
An Affair of the Heart
Sylvia Caminer
For fans of Rick Springfield, who was a big star in the 1980s, love for their idol is an all-embracing experience.
The African Cypher
Bryan Little
The African Cypher is the birth place of ritual, celebration, council, story-telling and dance.
After Life - 4 Stories of Torture
Mervi Junkkonen
Kebi, Serge, Musa and Hector have one thing in common: they have all been tortured
The Age of Anxiety
Scott Harper
The Age of Anxiety explores this modern condition and asks is this a disease of modernity? Or is our competitive and material culture itself undermining our nerves?
Alexandra
Sarah Harkink
Sarah looks up old girlfriends who were with her in "Sector Alexandra" of the Harreveld youth detention facility - with shocking results.
Alexandra My Alexandra: Suits, Saxphones and Struggle
Rehad Desai
Alexandra by thew 50s has become a cultural capital and its youth enjoy a multitude of pastimes but soon politics starts to seep into very corner of social life.
Alias Ruby Blade: A Story of Love and Revolution
Alex Meillier
The remarkable love story of human rights activist Kirsty Sword and political prisoner Xanana Gusmão, who joined forces for the independence of East Timor.
Alone
Wang Bing
A poignant portrait of three Chinese sisters aged four, six and ten, who live in the mountains without parents.
Amazon Code
Michael O'Neill
The Pirahã tribe has no words for colours and numbers, nor any fiction, art, or memories of their predecessors! That makes their language one of the strangest in the...
America's Broken Dream
Philippe Levasseur
The poor bore the brunt of the sub-prime crisis of 2008. Today, it is the turn of the middle class. We spent six months following several families affected by the...
Anatomy of a Murder
Joop van Wijk
On a Friday in February ten years ago, film maker Joop van Wijk’s wife received a phone call. Her sister –had disappeared and was reported missing.
And Who Taught You To Drive?
Andrea Thiele
Can they drive a car in India if they've learned to do it in Germany? Or in Japan if they have been taught in the USA?
Anton Corbijn Inside Out
Klaartje Quirijns
Over a period of four years, director Klaartje Quirijns fostered an intimate relationship with renowned photographer Anton Corbijn, resulting in this revealing...
Anyone Can Play Guitar
Jon Spira
A documentary which paints a portrait of Oxford's 30 year-strong music scene. Featuring new interviews and rare archival material from Radiohead, Supergrass, Ride, Swervedriver,...
Appassionata
Christian Labhart
Alena Cherny wants to donate a grand piano to the music school of her Ukrainian hometown. The journey becomes a moving search in the places of her childhood.
Are You Listening!
Kamar Ahmad Simon
A gorgeously shot observational documentary in which a young Bengali family contemplates their future in a region plagued by cyclones and floods.
The Art of Yodeling
Eivind Tolås
Hipster goes yodel... We follow the philosophy student and yodeler Polkabjørn on his way to the ultimate yodel experiences, and to success.
As If We Were Catching a Cobra
Hala Alabdalla
A documentary about freedom of expression for political cartoonists in Syria and Egypt suddenly becomes highly topical when the Arab Spring takes place during filming.
Meet us at the Berlinale and EFM February 3, 2016 | The Berlinale is only days away, and IDFA staff are gearing up for the festival as well as the European Film Market. Once again, IDFA is a collaborating partner in the EFM's Meet the Docs programme.
Help crowdfund Inseparables January 26, 2016 | The inseparable friends Tashi and Tshering have one big dream: to become part of the first Bhutanese national women's soccer team. Inseparables portrays their their path to this goal. The film was previously supported by the IDFA Bertha Fund. Now, directors Dorottya Zurbó and Arun Bhattarai need your help to finish their film.
Attend IDFAcademy Summer School January 15, 2016 | Entry for the IDFAcademy Summer School 2016, which will take place July 4-9 in the heart of Amsterdam, is now open.

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