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Ta an andazeh dour
Ali Mohammad Ghasemi
The final journey of a camel, from the desert to the slaughterhouse.
Tabee toean, op patrouille in Nederlands Indië
Thom Verheul
On 17th August 1945, Sukarno proclaimed the independence of Indonesia. The Netherlands sent troops to 'restore order', which resulted in a bloody guerrilla war, in which a...
Table Talk
Yanara Guayasamin
Table Talk is an experimental anthropological documentary that captures a ritual carried out every 1 and 2 November on the Santa Elena peninsula of Ecuador.
Errol Morris
A vigorous portrait of the eccentric ex-model Joyce McKinney, who kidnapped her Mormon fiancé out of love and became a victim of the tabloids.
Fernando Sanchez Castillo
The artist Fernando Sanchez Castillo invited a group of blind people to feel, and thereby to "see," monuments and portraits of the Spanish dictator Franco.
Six individuals appear on six vertical flat screens that are situated around a long table. The seventh chair is empty. Everybody is waiting for the Sheikh in this production by Flemish theatre...
Tahrir 2011
various directors
A view of the revolution in Egypt from inside, split into three chapters devoted to the heroes on the square, the secret police, and Mubarak.
The Tailor
Vladislav Mirzojan
THE TAILOR is an awkward, but still recognizable film. Its form is typical: within a timespan of only a few days, the story of a marriage in West Siberia is told, and...
The Tailor
Oscar Pérez
Mohamed the tailor exploits his Indian assistant, Singh, in an extremely tiny shop in Barcelona. After a fight with Mohamed, Singh begins a shaky business while romancing a...
Taimagura Grandma
Yoshihiko Sumikawa
A touching glimpse into the modest life of an elderly but indefatigable couple living high in the mountains of northern Japan.
Taivasta vasten
Arto Halonen
The former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan is searching for its identity.
Tajiri's Labyrint
Cinta Forger, Walther Grotenhuis
Portrait of Japanese/American artist Shinkichi Tajiri.
The Take
Avi Lewis
Account of the laborious efforts of Argentine factory employees to take the matter into their own hand and recommence production in their bankrupt country.
Taken for a Ride
Jim Klein
In the twenties electrically driven trolley buses provided most American cities with a fast, clean and cheap public transport system. Forty years later the trolley buses had...
Taking the Plunge
Michiel Brongers
A light-hearted children's film about 10-year-old Kaleigh who wants to get her swimming certificate.
Tala tala
Batetana David-Pierre Fila
The Kongo river is considered the mother of all life. The director takes the spectator to the landscape of his youth, on the bank of the Kongo river. We make a...
A Tale of Love, Madness and Death
Mijael Bustos Gutiérrez
An elderly man is trapped between his love for his wife and his responsibility to his schizophrenic son.
Tale of the Tides - 'The Hyena & The Mudskipper'
Mark Deeble, Victoria Stone
In an African fable about the origin of the tide, it is told how a hyena and a mudskipper hold a drinking bout to decide who may consider the coastline as his...
A Tale of the Wind
Joris Ivens, Marceline Loridan-Ivens
Ninety-year-old Joris Ivens travels to China with the unfeasible plan of filming the invisible wind in this allegorical fairytale.
Tales from Planet Kolkata
Ruchir Joshi
A personal film about a city that may only exist in a film or on tv; a film about various dreams about Calcutta. It starts with a variation on the first image of Francis Ford...
Tales of a River
Peter Lataster, Petra Lataster-Czisch
Inhabitants of Dessau, formerly located in the German Democratic Republic, talk about the changes in their everyday lives after the Wende.
Tales of the Grim Sleeper
Nick Broomfield
A revealing investigation into the police ineptitude surrounding a serial killer, this film is also a scathing social critique of the notorious South Los Angeles...
Barbara Schroeder
Online lies lead to murder in real life, as a teenage vixen (screen name talhotblond) lures men into her web, with deadly results.
Talking Guitars
Claire Pijman
Portrait of Dutch guitar maker Flip Scipio. International customers tell us what they look for in a guitar and how Scipio realises this.
Talking Heads
Tijmen Hauer
An endless number of TV anchormen morph into one, resulting in an incomprehensible and bewitching flood of information.
The Tall Man
Tony Krawitz
A courageous attempt to solve the mysterious death of a young aborigine, shortly after being arrested by a white police officer.
Tambogrande: Mangos, Murder, Mining
Stephanie Boyd, Ernesto Cabellos
This film is about the tenacious battle of an agricultural community in North Peru against a Canadian mining corporation that wants to convert their...
Tang - bonder i havet
Malene Ravn, Bodil Trier
A young man adjusts the eye- and mouthholes of his balaclava in front of the mirror. For a moment, the spectator thinks he might be a terrorist, but the mask...
Zbigniew Rybczynski
A metaphoric animation film about human fate, illustrated by the experiences of many people appearing simultaneously on the screen, but each of them acting...
Tanha dar Tehran
Pirooz Kalantari
Portrait of the 24-year-old Behnaz Jafary, a student living by herself in Tehran.
Tanju miah
Sadik Ahmed
Somewhere in the Bengalese countryside, a dreamy-eyed boy is waiting to reunite with his mother.
Tanjuska and the 7 Devils
Pirjo Honkasalo
When 10-year-old Tanjuska stops eating and talking, an Estonian exorcist believes that she is possessed.
Tanz der Blauen Vögel
Lisa Faessler
Two communities in Europe in 1992: Vechigen in Switzerland, Trhové Sviny in the Czech Republic. On the surface these two villages have no connection, but filmmaker Lisa...
Pia Cseri-Briones
Stephanie Soechtig
"There is enough water for human need, but not for human greed." Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right, or a commodity?
Amos Gitai
The history of the famous Jaffa orange as a symbol of the Jewish Diaspora.
Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam
Omar Majeed
Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam follows a group of Muslim Punks as they travel across the U.S. and Pakistan, challenging Muslims and Non-Muslims with their punchy and...
La Taranta
Gianfranco Mingozzi
Anthropological documentary about exorcising rituals in Italy.
Target Berlin
E. Borneman
This forms part of the World at War series. Less than sixteen months after the ordering of the Lancaster planes was issued to a government run factory in Malton, the biggest...
Targets: Reporters in Iraq
Maziar Bahari
Bahari, who worked in Iraq for three years, interviews war reporters who perform their job under the growing threat of kidnapping and violence.
Tarifa Traffic - Death in the Straits of Gibraltar
Joakim Demmer
On the beach at Tarifa in Spain, the bodies of African refugees wash ashore who have not survived the boat trip from Morocco, and hours later people are surfing again.
The Task
Rhiannon Stevens O'Sullivan
It's a regular workday for an elderly Cuban guard, and there's not much going on until a young filmmaker points her camera at him.
Tat wam asi
Richard Hosking, Dale Lynch
How the native population copes with the terrorist attack on Bali in October 2002.
Tata I Love You
Piotr Morawski
Five neglected Polish children are adopted by an American couple.
Tattooed Tears
Nick Broomfield, Joan Churchill
Gripping account of daily life in an American detention centre.
Taxi Wars
Taxis in Soweto are not luxury cars, but minibuses that can seat fifteen to twenty passengers. Every driver is a member of a taxi association, and the eleven taxi associations in Soweto compete with...
Tchala, the Currency of Dreams
Michèle Lemoine
"You go to bed poor, but wake up rich." That's the dream of Haitian people who play borlette, a popular private lottery.
Tchastnye khroniki. Monolog
Vitaly Mansky
Compilation film of Russian home movies in the form of a fictional life story.
Tchau Brasil
Dutch couple is followed during an adoption procedure in the Netherlands and Brazil.
Tchissète, le miroir touareg
Sébastien Wielemans
The meeting between a Belgian film crew and Tuareg nomads in the Sahel Desert places Belgian cinematographic reflections opposite African pragmatism.
Tchuma tchato
Licinio Azevedo
In an isolated part of Mozambique, traditional hunters are converted to environmentalists.
Frank Scheffer
Visually compelling cine poem based on Tea Opera by New York-based Chinese composer Tan Dun, well-known for his Oscar-winning music for the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden...
The Tea Film (working title)
Les Blank, Gina Leibrecht
The American adventurer and tea importer David Lee Hoffman is your guide in the wondrous world of Chinese tea.
Tea Time
Maite Alberdi
Five women have had tea together every month for the past 60 years. Their meetings are like a meditation on youth, age and friendship.
The Team
Patrick Reed
A soap opera about a mixed football team succeeds in its aim of sparking discussions among young Kenyans about the dangers of tribalism.
Tears of Gaza
Vibeke Løkkeberg
The Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip at the end of 2008 created hundreds of child victims. How are three of them getting on - without their family?
Teatr åttonde dagen
Joanne Helander, Bo Persson
An authentic human drama about theatre and freedom, about exile and revolution during the constant changes in Europe. The film follows a legendary Polish...
Technozoyds: An Electromentary
various directors
Technozoyds tells the story of the bizarre final festival of Europe’s most Underground Electro Club
Tegen de wind in
Annemarie Strijbos
In against the wind four women from four different generations tell about their ideals and their motives that led them to become members of the CPN, the Dutch Communist...
Tegen het vergeten
Tamara Miranda
About the memories of elderly people, who record and archive in a struggle against oblivion, which others have already lost.
Tegen mijn wil
Ayfer Ergün
In a relief centre in Pakistan, women try to hide from relatives who are bent on avenging the family honour.
Alejandro Agresti
TEGENBEWEGING was part of the Holland Festival film project Hexagon this year, in which music abandoned its traditionally subordinate role in films. Six directors were...
Anat Zuria
This story, about a purification ritual, is an intimate look into the world of Jewish married life and sexuality, a topic that has hardly been documented.
Tehran Has No More Pomegranates!
Massoud Bakhshi
Intelligently edited, hilarious, hurtling, musical compilation of archive footage and newly-shot images offers critical and unadorned portrait of Iranian capital Tehran.
Télé guerre
various directors
A journalistic portrait of the civil war in Ivory Coast and the role of Télévision Notre Patrie, the rebels' TV station in the northern part of the country.
Tell Mario Not to Come Back
Mario Handler
Twenty years after the dictatorship in Uruguay (1973-1986) has ended, self-exiled director traces victims and a convicted executioner of the regime.
Tell Me What You Saw
Kiti Luostarinen
Tell Me What You Saw deals with the mysterious workings of memory, as five sisters, their brother and their senile mother recall events that took place during the Second...
Tell Spring Not to Come This Year
Saeed Taji Farouky, Mike McEvoy
A subdued and raw portrayal of the ongoing war against the Taliban being fought by the Afghan National Army since NATO pulled out of the country in 2014.
Tatiana Huezo
A poetic reconstruction of the stories of two women who fall victim to a corrupt system in which people are a commodity.
Il tempo si e fermato
Ermanno Olmi
In the days that Olmì' film was made, Italian movies invariably dealt with feelings of loneliness and isolation. Il tempo si e fermato was a successful attempt to change this...
Le temps détruit
Pierre Beuchot
During the long months of the 'phoney war' three soldiers, Maurice Jaubert, the composer, Paul Nizan, the author, and Roger Beuchot, a working man and father of the...
Viktar Dashuk
The Belorussian Victar Dashuk attempts to make himself immortal with a film about his life, and President Alexander Lukashenko shows up as the story's main antagonist.
Tempus de baristas
David MacDougall
Three goat-herds in East Sardinia: a father and a son, Franchiscu and Pietro, 63 and 17 years old, and the unmarried herdsman Miminu, 43 years old. Pietro is a loyal...
Nathalie Crum
A graceful and intimate story about a 10-year-old girl grappling with the loss of her father and the fear that he’ll be forgotten.
Ten Minutes Before the Flight of Icarus
Arunas Matelis
An evocative observation of an old neighbourhood in Vilnius couples destruction with expectation and invites the viewer to fantasise about what might happen.
Ten Minutes Older
Herz Frank
As a group of small children watches a puppet show, we speculate as to the emotions revealed by their concentrated faces.
Ten Monologues from the Lives of the Serial Killers
Ian Kerkhof
Ian Kerkhof (30) is interested in violence and sexuality. The way he treats these subjects make him into a controversial filmmaker. TEN MONOLOGUES FROM THE LIVES OF THE SERIAL...
Keyvan Kiani, Ebrahim Mokhtari
Hot-tempered scenes involving people who are faced with eviction in Tehran, a city ruled by randomness.
Tender's Heat. Wild Wild Beach
various directors
A tragicomic collection of curiosities featuring drunk, dancing, half-naked Russians looking for happiness in a holiday resort on the Black Sea.
Tenrikyo, une tradition en toge noire
Mesmer Rufin Mbou Mikima
An observational documentary about the common law, governed by century-old rituals, which Congolese people often prefer to modern official courts.
The Ten-Year Lunch: Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table.
Aviva Slesin
The Ten-Year Lunch celebrates the legendary wits who regularly had their lunch in the New York Algonquin Hotel during the twenties. The hard core of this round-table group...
Juan Francisco Urrusti Alonso
The inhabitants of Mexico City may not think about it daily, but the spot they live on used to be the centre of Aztec culture until the 16th century. How...
The Term
various directors
A neutral portrait of several Russian opposition leaders, who at the beginning of Putin’s third term in office receive increasing support from the people.
Terra Estrangeira
Walter Salles, Daniela Thomas
In this Godardian psychological drama, a young fortune seeker escapes the Brazilian vale of tears, but eventually comes to grief.
Terra para rose
Tetê Moraes
Terra para Rose is a socially committed documentary about the land reforms in Brazil, which took place during the transition from dictatorship to democracy. In 1985, the...
The Terrestrials
René Daalder
A group of students gets inspiration from the legacy of Dr. Timothy Leary, the prophet of the psychedelic revolution.
Malek Bensmaïl
The profound crisis in the Algerian society claims new lives every day. The present controversy between the Islamic fundamentalists and the Algerian government is only one...
De terrorist Hans-Joachim Klein
Alexander Oey
The peaceful life of the long-retired terrorist Hans-Joachim Klein is imbued with his violent past.
Terug aan de zee
Magda Augusteijn
Until 1965, Rottumeroog, the northernmost island in the Dutch Wadden Sea, was inhabited by the Toxopeus family. Grandfather and father were island keepers and son Hendrik...
De terugkeer
Hans Fels
Photographer/journalist Denis Cameron was a war correspondent for ABC News in Cambodia from 1970 to 1975. After 14 years he returns to this southeast-Asian country.
The Test Tube with David Suzuki
In this playful look at global overpopulation that lasts just a few minutes, the visitor is a bacterium in a test tube.
Ido Sela
Remorseful confessions from Israeli soldiers responsible for quashing the Palestinian uprising of 1987, in an impossible, inhuman, and dehumanizing situation.
Vatche Boulghourjian
Lebanese-Armenian director combines powerful Hezbollah video footage on self-martyrdom with his own footage on procession of self-flagellation and bloodletting.
Ana Maria de Jésus
An interactive documentary by the acclaimed French web documentary producer Alexandre Brachet.
Thank You for Playing
David Osit, Malika Zouhali-Worrall
A video game designer is confronted with a diagnosis of cancer in his one-year-old son Joel, leading him to create an exceptional new game.
Thank You for the Music
All over the world some 160 million people listen daily to anonymous background music, also called muzak. But only a few people know that this exceptional ‘music genre’ rests on a solid scientific...
That Dragon, Cancer
various directors
A personal game that offers new ways of mourning. Designed by the father of Joel, a boy who died at the age of four.
That Sugar Film
Damon Gameau
Damon Gameau wants to experience the effects of sugar firsthand, so for 60 days he takes the 40 teaspoons that are consumed by the average teenager each day.
That's a Family!
Debra Chasnoff
In a candid and humorous way, children explain what family means to them.
That's Wicked!
Joycelyn Lee
Passionate young Singaporeans introduce us to the world of beatbox: the techniques, their motivations and their competition.
Halvor Nitteberg
Black-and-white stills tell the story of Thea, a 12-year-old girl who has severe epileptic seizures.
Thea's meerderjarigheid
Joris Ivens
Private shots of the Ivens family in and around ''t Zonhuis'. It's Thea Ivens's birthday. The camerawork is in all probability Joris Ivens's.
Then the Wind Changed
Celeste Geer
Filmmaker Celeste Geer records her fellow villagers in the two years following the all-consuming fire that destroyed their hamlet.
Laila Pakalnina
A celebrated Latvian director made this little gem about old Theodore, who cycles to the bus stop every day, a place where one can sit and ponder life.
There Goes My Heart
John Appel
Loneliness, drug use and unattained desires characterise the latter years of the seven residents of the only Dutch "home for elderly junkies."
There Once Was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho
Briar March
The inhabitants of a low-lying little island in the Pacific Ocean might end up losing everything if their home gets flooded as a result of climate change.
There's Always the Mailboat
Hans Keller
Hans Keller provides a poetic commentary for his black-and-white reportage on Ireland, discussing the melancholy state of the country in the late 1960s.
Theresienstadt sieht aus wie ein Curort
Nadja Seelich
Reconstruction, based on sound recordings, of the three years that filmmaker’s grandmother spent in concentration camp Theresienstadt.
These Are the Men (Into Battle Series No. 4)
Alan Osbiston, Dylan Thomas
The men that are introduced in this British film of 1943 are the leaders of Nazi Germany. Like in Charles Ridley's film GERMANY CALLING, in THESE ARE THE MEN...
These Memories Won't Last
Stu Campbell
An interactive web animation in which a grandson relates in words and drawn images the eventful life of his grandfather, who is starting to suffer from dementia.
They Appreciate You More
Kathleen Shannon
Change. Aliette lives in Montreal with her husband and three children and has a full time job, just like her husband Pierre. All household chores are equally divided....
They Call it Myanmar - Lifting the Curtain
Robert H. Lieberman
A rare glimpse behind the scenes in Burma, one of the most isolated countries in the world.
They Come for the Gold, They Come for it All
Pablo D'Aló Abbá, Cristian Harbaruk
This film sheds light on the deep confrontation among the own residents of Esquel, Patagonia Argentina, who struggled between supporting an open pit...
They Don't Exist
Mustapha Abu Ali
They don't exist takes its title from Golda Meir's famous characterization of the Palestinian people. Through a series of short scenes interspersed with animation the...
Thieves by Law
Alexander Gentelev
A fascinating portrait of three tough guys from the Russian underworld. Their calculated cruelty is shocking, while their influence in Russia and beyond is alarming.
The Thin Blue Line
Errol Morris
An outstanding investigative documentary in which Errol Morris assesses the dubious conviction of an alleged murderer.
Thin Ice
Håkan Berthas
Women in the North Indian province of Ladakh will no longer put up with being excluded from the ice hockey championship, and successfully change the status quo.
The Things I Cannot Change
Tanya Ballantye
At first sight the Baileys seem no different to typical Canadians: their children are clean, reasonably dressed and their house, although plain is equipped to meet their...
The Things I Cannot Change
Tanya Ballantyne
Poverty in North America in 1967. Three weeks in a family with nine children, and a tenth on the way. Dad may be unemployed, but he’s not about to give up.
Things that Matter
Frans Bromet
Frans Bromet's daughter is going into politics, and he is wondering why his aversion to the omnipresent management culture is on the increase.
Mausi Martínez
A warning against the takeover of a huge South American reservoir by multinationals, made possible thanks to strategic US military presence and pressure from international...
The Thirst of a Stone Sea
Vladimir Perovic
Incorporating picturesque images and only some words, this documentary depicts the life of the few inhabitants of a remote valley in Montenegro, struggle with draught and...
This American Life
various directors
Live in the cinema, Ira Glass presents a one-time showcase of the best of 12 years of his popular radio documentary series.
This Band Is So Gorgeous! Sham 69 in China
Dunstan Bruce
A gritty and intimate film about a concert tour through China undertaken by four middle-aged punk rockers.
This Changes Everything
Avi Lewis
Naomi Klein presents an alternative and more hopeful perspective on the climate crisis: it offers an opportunity to radically change an ailing economic system.
This Film Is Not Yet Rated
Kirby Dick
A hilarious and disconcerting documentary in which Kirby Dick hires private detectives to investigate the mysterious methods of the American movie rating system.
This Is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees
Mani Y. Benchelah
An intimate portrait of Syrian children fleeing to neighboring Lebanon to escape the violence of civil war.
This Is My Picture When I Was Dead
Mahmoud Al Massad
A search for the Palestinian past by a Jordanian political artist, who was briefly pronounced dead following a fatal attack by the Mossad on his father.
This Is No Way to Live
Stanislav Govoroechin
Stanislav Govoroechin gives his view on the present situation in a communist society in plain terms in this documentary. Not only the Soviet Union but also Cuba and...
This Is Not a Film
Mojtaba Mirtahmasb, Jafar Panahi
A protest film dedicated to Iranian filmmakers, in which the Iranian feature film director Jafar Panahi, who is under house arrest while awaiting his...
This Is the Land
Baruch Agadati
This is the land is the first sound Hebrew language film, combining newsreel and fictional footage. It is a docu-drama about a group of Jewish students who immigrated to...
This Land
Jeremy Mendes, Dianne Whelan
Filmmaker Dianne Whelan travels with an army expedition to the most northerly point of Canadian territory, close to the North Pole.
This Lovely Shitty Life
Doris Dörrie
Female musicians talk about their lives performing mariachi, traditional Mexican music that warms hearts in spite of the harshness of life in Mexico.
This Prison Where I Live
Rex Bloomstein
In Burma, one of the most repressive dictatorships in the world, the film star and comedian Zarganar refuses to be silenced.
This Tiny World
Charles Huguenot van der Linden
Lovingly restored old toys from private collections and museums are brought to life with an equal amount of love in the fancyful universe of this...
This Way Up
Georgi Lazarevski
Just east of Jerusalem, the construction of the wall of separation continues a few meters from a senior citizen's home.
Those Who Feel the Fire Burning
Morgan Knibbe
An unconventional, poetic documentary about a serious social problem: the many refugees who end up in a hopeless situation on the borders of Europe.
Those Who Jump
various directors
The brutal reality of life for African migrants trying to cross into the Spanish enclave of Melilla, as filmed from within by one of the group.
Those Who Remain
Carlos Hagerman, Juan Carlos Rulfo
A film about absence, and about the people whose lives are defined by the void immigration has created.
Those Who Said No
Nima Sarvestani
From Sweden, a survivor of Iranian state terror follows the Iran Tribunal. He dreams of confronting the perpetrators with their crimes.
Laurie Chock
Thread follows strong and independent Afghan women who make a living with embroidery. A warm plea for the liberation of the Afghan woman.
Three Comrades
Masha Novikova
The history of the Chechen wars, told on the basis of the friendship between three young men.
Three Men and a Fish Pond
Maris Maskalans, Laila Pakalnina
Consisting of elegant visual compositions, this nature documentary is about three middle-aged men who only do what is strictly necessary to survive in the...
Three Miles North of Molkom
Robert Cannan, Corinna Villari-McFarlane
An international group, brought together at the 'No Mind' Festival in Sweden's forest, partake in an intensive two-week program of shamanic...
Three of Us
Umesh Kulkarni
A short, sober and poetic documentary showing the humble dignity with which two parents look after their disabled 40-year-old son.
Three Songs About Motherland
Marina Goldovskaya
A sampling of Russia in transition, situated in three different cities that are symbols of the country's past, present and future.
Thriller in Manila
John Dower
Racism, betrayal, rivalry -- this exciting documentary tells the story of Joe Frazier, the underdog who lost the World Heavyweight Boxing Championship to Muhammad Ali in...
Through Ellen's Ears
Saskia Gubbels
Ellen is deaf and needs to decide whether she'll go to a boarding school for deaf students next year, or to a school for the hard of hearing.
Through the Fire
Miguel Narings
Armando's stuntman father has come up with a fantastic stunt for his son. Will Armando dare to go through fire?
Through the Looking Glass
Martijn Blekendaal
Twelve-year-old Marijn has enrolled in the art academy and is working on his first exhibition, which will be judged by an adult jury.
Throw Down Your Heart
Sascha Paladino
The American banjo virtuoso Béla Fleck travels across Africa to explore the relatively unknown African roots of the banjo and records an album.
Thru You Too
Kutiman creates whole new songs from YouTube videos: smoothly edited songs composed from the work of anonymous amateur musicians.
Jan Ketelaars, Paul van den Wildenberg
To have a place of one's own is a prerequisite for human happiness. But this involves more than just having a roof over one's head. It is the...
Thunder Soul
Mark Landsman
Preparations for a reunion concert by Conrad O. Johnson's legendary all-black Kashmere Stage Band, which conquered America in the 1970s - with footage from the concert...
Michael Apted
Val Kilmer plays an FBI agent investigating a double murder in an Indian reservation.
Thursday's Children
Lindsay Anderson, Guy Brenton
Thursday's Children is a film about a school for deaf children in Margate, England. It pictures teachers, working intensely and with devotion with children...
Thy Father's Chair
Alex Lora, Antonio Tibaldi
The elderly Orthodox Jewish twin brothers Abraham and Shraga look on as a team of cleaners arrives to clean up their Brooklyn home.
Tialda 15 jaar
Willemiek Kluijfhout
Fifteen-year-old Tialda will soon be turned out of the parental house.
Tibesti too
Raymond Depardon
Averse to exoticism, Depardon films some uncommonly beautiful black-and-white footage of the day-to-day activities of a community in Chad oppressed by its own...
Tibul's Palette
Vadim Tsalikov
A group of young artists of different nationalities (30 people, average age 25 years) formed an independent group in 1988, which included students from art schools,...
Ticket to Paradise
Janus Metz
The global mechanisms of supply and demand, both economic and emotional, as seen in the relationships between Thai women and Danish men.
Tiden har inget namn
Stefan Jarl
"When I was shooting Treat, my last film, a Lapp man said to me: "So you've got a watch - throw it away! Up here we live by Lappish time." I then got an idea for a film I...
Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks
Wang Bing
A nine-hour meditative masterpiece about the decline of China’s biggest and oldest industrial area, and the consequences for the remaining workers.
Digna Sinke
Tiengemeten is an island in the Haringvliet River in the Dutch province of Zuid-Holland. It used to be a sandbar, but now it houses extensive arable land within the dykes and...
Tierische liebe
Ulrich Seidl
Controversial, stylised portrait gallery of lonely Austrians who have found a serf, a straw and a bedfellow in their pets.
Tierra y libertad
Maurice Bulbulian
Tierray Libertad directly translated means land and freedom. This slogan was used by Mexican Revolutionaries in 1917. Nowadays its use is synonymous with a group of...
Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden
13-year-old girls talk candidly about growing “tits,” kissing, boys and being too fat.
Kristina Goolsby, Ashley York
An intimate portrait of the stand-up comic Tig Notaro, who became a star overnight after joking about her breast cancer.
Tiger Mountain
Jie Wu
This moving film gives a voice to the residents of a village in the Chinese countryside that has been polluted by the coal mining industry and now receives no attention whatsoever...
The Tightrope Dancer
Ruth Cullen
This film portrays the exuberant life of the painter Vali Meyers. She is 59 years old and has lived a life of drugs and poverty. But even in times of dejectedness, she...
The Tightrope
Nuria Ibáñez
The Tightrope tells the story of the Aztlan Circus, which is as small as the family that comprises it.
Tigrero - A Film That Was Never Made
Mika Kaurismäki
In 1954, American director Sam Fuller visited Brazil to find suitable locations for an adventure movie. The main parts were to be played by John Wayne, Ava Gardner and...
De Tijd de Stroom
Peter Lataster, Petra Lataster-Czisch
A metaphorical account of the harrowing experiences of farmers in a small village in the former GDR.
De tijd geest
Johan van der Keuken
Visual metaphor of the shift in mentality among young people in the sixties.
De tijd op je hielen - Het vege lijf
Sherman de Jesus
Intimate portrait of elderly people and a view of the world when you're older.
De tijd
Johan van der Keuken
I combine HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR with a programme of three films that each contain a reflection on death. And in their combined presentation, a view on style as well....
De tijdspiegel - Audrius Stonys
Jeroen Berkvens
Short introduction to the work of the Lithuanian filmmaker Audrius Stonys.
Tillbaka till Ararat
various directors
After his emotionally charged film about the Palestinian issue GAZA GHETTO (1986), Swedish director PeÅ Holmquist again picked an historically charged subject by making...
Tilman in Paradise
Julian Vogel
A cleaner named Tilman tours the red-light district, looking not so much for sex, but for affection.
Timber Gang
Guangyi Yu
Lumberjacks in a mountainous area of China use a lumbering method that has not changed for centuries. This film follows them during their last winter on the mountain.
Time According to Thijs
Joost van Ginkel
In front of the camera and during his daily activities, student from Amsterdam philosophises about the intangible phenomenon time.
Time Capsule
Jan Ijäs
Artist Louis de Cordier preserves the samples of our culture in an underground library in the Spanish Sierra Nevada.
Time Is Music
Frank Scheffer
A dual portrait by Scheffer of Elliot Carter and John Cage, two aged avant garde composers who have indisputably influenced the development of modern music. Both are...
The Time of Our Lives
Michael Grigsby
A large family in London's East End is celebrating a birthday party. Children and grandchildren from this extensive family have come to the party from all over England. At...
Time on Earth
With reference to a short article on ‘Trailer Grannies’, the filmmakers couple Mortin & Fogliato became very interested in the large group of elderly people who at a high age choose to travel across...
Time Suspended
Natalia Bruschtein
A film tribute to Laura Bonaparte, who for many years kept alive the memory of her “disappeared” husband and children on Plaza del Mayo in Buenos Aires.
Time within Time
Menno Otten
A documentary in which the filmmakers search for forgotten moments.
Times Like Deese
Thomas Doebele, Maarten Schmidt
A finely tuned tableau that depicts the blues as the conscience of America's political history.
The Times of Harvey Milk
Robert Epstein
A sober portrait of Harvey Milk, who gave homosexuals in San Francisco a political voice in the 1970s, but ended up paying for it with his life.
Timothy Leary's Dead
Richard Nixon once called him ‘the most dangerous man alive‘. During his life the intransigent American-Irish Timothy Leary played manifold roles. In the sixties this former Harvard...
Tin Soldiers
Stian Indrevoll
On the basis of self-shot video footage, three Norwegian peacekeepers tell their side of the story about the bombing of a refugee camp in Lebanon.
The Tiniest Place
Tatiana Huezo
A loving ode to the beauty, resilience and solidarity of the inhabitants of a mountain village annihilated during the civil war in El Salvador.
Tahvo Hirvonen
Tino is a thirty﷓year﷓old punk. He lives on the streets of Helsinki and makes some money now and then as a fire﷓eater. Through his lifestyle he wants to react against the...
Tinta roja
Marcelo Céspedes, Carmen Guarini
Argentinean journalists use cynicism and the tango to endure the daily brutality.
Tire dié
Fernando Birri
A short social critique on poverty in the Argentine city of Santa Fe by the founder of New Latin American Cinema.
Victor Kossakovsky
From his window, Victor Kossakovsky filmed the endless roadwork on a St. Petersburg street over the course of a year.
Titicut Follies
Frederick Wiseman
A shocking depiction of the treatment of convicted criminals in a psychiatric hospital, Titicut Follies got Frederick Wiseman embroiled in numerous lawsuits brought by...
Slovenian director Janja Glogovac, born at the time when Josip Broz Tito died, examines what kind of man Marshal Tito was. She speaks to various people who worked for him: a biochemist whose job was...
To a Safer Place
Beverly Schaffer
To a Safer Place is the story of a 35-year old woman who has learned to live with her past, in which she was sexually abused by her father for many years. Therapy, a...
To af os
Klaus Kjeldsen
After fourteen years, the twins Alexander and Benjamin are facing separation, because their ambitions differ.
To Be a B-Girl
Yasmin Angel
You think break dancing is a man's world? Jildou and other girls from all over Germany have set up their own crew called How I Met A B-Girl.
To Be a Miss
various directors
Young Venezuelan women hope that beauty contests will offer them an escape from poverty. For everyone else involved, it’s just big business.
To Be Heard
various directors
Three teenagers from the Bronx take a poetry course and learn how to put their stories into words, while dreaming of a life where anything is possible.
To Be Takei
Jennifer Kroot
A feel-good portrait of Star Trek actor George Takei, exploring both his successes and his complex past.
To Get Rich Is Glorious
Nick Torrens
Immensely rich Chinese businessman from Hong Kong on a business tour of China with American partner.
To jest jajko
Andrzej Brzozowski
A film about a home for blind children in Laski, near Warsaw. They attend special classes where they learn Braille, touch raw and cooked eggs, wooden boxes, chickens...
To Live Is Better than to Die
Weijun Chen
Saddening portrait of a Chinese farmer’s family that tries to live with HIV – a result of the trade in blood in the nineties.
To See If I'm Smiling
Tamar Yarom
Young Israeli women who did their two-year military service in the Palestinian territories speak openly about their experiences.
To Shoot an Elephant
Alberto Arce, Mohammad Rujailah
Alberto Arce, documentary filmmaker, was one of the few foreigners who remained in the Gaza Strip during the Israeli occupation of 2008. From his...
To Stay Alive - A Method
Erik Lieshout
Iggy Pop reads from Michel Houellebecq’s essay on insanity, survival and art.
To those Born After
Christopher Pavsek
Poetic and icy reflection on the situation in a world dominated by the US.
To Tulsa and Back - On Tour With J.J. Cale
Jörg Bundschuh
A portrait of the elusive singer-songwriter J.J. Cale, who has cult status.
Tod für fünf Stimmen
Werner Herzog
Intrigued by the music and life of Italian composer and Prince of Venice Don Carlo Gesualdo (1560-1613) filmmaker Werner Herzog draws a biography of a man, for whom...
Tod für fünf Stimmen
Werner Herzog
Reconstruction of the tragic life of composer Carlo Gesualdo (1560-1613), who killed his son, his wife and her lover.
Toda una vida
Jacqueline van Vugt
Portrait of a circus family in Guatemala.
Todorov - ein Gangsterfilm
Uli Kick
In 1971 Dmitri Todorov robbed a bank in Munich, in the course of which people were taken hostage. In the rescue operation by the police one hostage and Todorov's co﷓ robber were...
Toen het vliegtuig viel
Wilma Ligthart
Twelve-year-old Miquel witnessed the plane crash in the Bijlmermeer, in southeast Amsterdam.
Denis Horn, Lorenza Mazzetti
Social drama tells the sad story of two deaf-and-dumb boys in a British working-class neighbourhood.
Nenad Puhovski
Five stories dealing with people who were, are or wish to be emotionally engaged with others.
Pierre Morath, Nicholas Peart
A depiction of the West African country of Togo, where in the build-up to the 2006 World Cup corruption in soccer became the symptom of its poor political...
Tokyo olympiad
Ichikawa Kon
Recording the Olympic Games of 1964 in Tokyo on film was a task that developed into a huge enterprise. Ichigawa Kon, the well-known Japanese director of, among other films,...
Tokyo saiban
Kobayashi Masaki
The Tokyo trial had more or less the same structure as the Neurenberg trial. After World War II, an international court tried the Japanese suspects of war crimes. These...
Wim Wenders
Yasuyiro Ozu is a Japanese filmmaker who, from the twenties up until his death in 1963, has put on film the city of Tokyo in many aspects. His films are pervaded with...
Tomas de guerra
Patricia Castano, Adelaida Trujillo
A portrait of Colombia, a country in trouble, seen through the eyes of a number of its residents.
Le tombeau d'Alexandre
Chris Marker
Le tombeau d' alexandre is a portrait of Russian filmmaker Alexandr Medvedkine, who died recently and who wasa personal friend of Marker's. But by taking Medvedkine's life as...
Wieneke Koole-Onstwedder
On his deceased father’s houseboat, Tommie discovers a string quartet that is dedicated to him.
Andrey Gryazev
The members of Voina ("War"), a radical Russian artist collective, walk the thin line between art and crime with their anarchic protests against the state.
Tomorrow Never Knows
Kirsi Nevanti
In an unrestricted documentary style and not devoid of surprising jokes and splendid cinematography, this film is about a homeless couple in Stockholm awaiting a better...
Ton Sijbrands, Checkers Player, Despite All Consequences
Kees Brouwer
The game has given him everything: fame and joy, but also fear and regret. His greatest achievement was the world title, which he took from the Russians in 1972.
Tong Tana - A resa till Borneo inre
various directors
In the tropical rain forest in the interior of Borneo a couple of thousands of Penan make up the last nomadic tribe on the island. They do not have money or chronometers...
Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden
First-former Malissa has her eyes on Roy and finally wants to French kiss for the first time.
Tongues Untied
Marlon Riggs
Overflowing with fury and humor, this powerful and poetic documentary calls on gay Afro-American "brothers" to bring about a loving revolution.
Tonight We'll Become Women
Josefien Hendriks
Two teenage girls have a sleepover and discuss the things that are vitally important to them: love, friendship and periods.
Too Black to Be French?
Isabelle Boni-Claverie
Filmmaker Isabelle Boni-Claverie examines racism in France on the basis of her life story and the history of colonialism.
Too White for Me
Nick Broomfield
Colourful portrait of the successful black South African pop musician Chicco Twala.
Kristi Jacobson
A colorful portrait of the famous proprietor of Toots Shor’s Restaurant also gives a spot-on impression of post-war New York.
Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls
Leanne Pooley
The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls offers a revealing look into the lives of the World's only comedic, country singing, dancing, and yodeling lesbian twin sisters.
Tops & Bottoms - Sex, Power & Sadomasochism
Cristine Richey
Analysis of sadomasochism and our obsession with power through the centuries.
Torre David: The World's Tallest Squat
Markus Kneer, Daniel Schwartz
The world's tallest squat, an uncompleted skyscraper in the center of Caracas, is now occupied by 750 families from the slums.
Touched by an Angel
Beatrijs Hulskens
When a woman puts on one of her hats to hide her baldness, memories of a painful time suddenly come to the surface. This film captures the filmmaker's personal...
Touki Bouki - Journey of the Hyena
Djibril Diop Mambety
This Senegalese debut about two young people who dream of going to Paris became a hit in 1973 thanks to its inventive dream sequences and darkly comic tone
Tour des légendes
Erik van Empel
Remarkable reconstruction of the Tour de France of 1948, the last such race not covered by TV cameras.
The Tourist
Robb Moss
From 1984 to 1988, Robb Moss travelled around the world as a free-lance cameraman. In 1984 he got married, to Jean. They decided to start a family. During the subsequent four...
Toute la memoire du monde
Alain Resnais
Toute la Mémoire du Monde, a film about the Bibliothè-que Nationale in Paris, made by order of the Foreign Secretary. The immense library is pictured as a human body. In the...
Machteld van Gelder
A promising young pianist receives a master class from the famous Menahem Pressler.
Keith Maitland
A compelling, mainly animated reconstruction of the first ever school shooting, which claimed dozens of victims at Texas University in 1966.
Town Bloody Hall
On 30 April 1971 Norman Mailer, author of The prisoner of sex , chaired a public debate between delegates of the women‘s movement in New York Town Hall. Also present were D.A. Pennebaker and...
A Town Called Kozarac
Ed Harriman
The world was shocked by the reports from former Yugoslavia; especially on the 'ethnic cleansing', as certain malpractices were euphemistically called. What was really taking...
Tracing Aleida
Christiane Burkhard
A woman who was separated from her parents during the "dirty war" in Mexico goes in search of her brother, who also disappeared.
Tracking Down Maggie: The Unofficial Biography of Margaret Thatcher
Nick Broomfield
Broomfield pursues former prime minister Margaret Thatcher to find out who she really is.
Tragedy of Japan
Kamei Fumio
The important and violent developments in Japan in the first half of this century are surveyed by Kamei Fumio in this compilation-film. The historical images are accompanied...
The Trail... and Other Story/ies about Calcutta
Prabuddha Bhattacharya
Poetic depiction of the consequences of British rule for the Indian culture in the city of Calcutta.
Le train de la victoire
Joris Ivens
The first 16 mm film by Ivens, a reportage on Salvador Allende's election campaign in Chile in 1964. Allende was the candidate of the Socialists and Communists.
Trains of Thoughts
Timo Novotny
A dynamic audiovisual essay about different societies, with scenes and interviews from the subway systems of New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Moscow and Vienna.
The Tram Runs through the City
Ludmila Stanukinas
They peek out the window and curiously spy on each other. The passengers of a tram in Leningrad observe and are observed.
tran und helle
No director credited
Three sketches made for Die Wochenschau features a regular German from Cologne who bends the rules here and his best friend, a friendly National Socialist, leading...
De tranen van Castro
Merlijn Passier
Hilarious and subtle documentary follows an admirer of Fidel Castro on his quest for Castro's bodily fluids.
Tranquility Bay
Mathieu Verboud, Jean Robert Viallet
A revealing indictment of Tranquility Bay, an extremely strict re-education camp in Jamaica where troubled American teens are allegedly brainwashed...
Trans#: Working Title
Jin Ly
A poetic and disruptive travelogue by South Korean Jin, who traverses many countries in search of freedom and herself.
Yin-Ju Chen
A film about the boundaries of a love that supposedly knows no bounds, between a Taiwanese mother and her daughter who is studying abroad.
Transcendent Man
Barry Ptolemy
The chronicle of the life and controversial ideasof luminary Ray Kurzweil
Yang Gancai, Wang Yi
An enchanting portrait of a primitive agrarian community in the Chinese rainforest. What happens when these lively, self-mocking people meet modern civilisation?
Transit Dubai
Ineke Smits
Dubai is an oasis in the desert that seems to have everything: peace, prosperity and sunshine except perhaps a soul.
Transit Visa
Mahmoud Hojeij, Akram Zaatari
In May 2001, the directors Akram Zaatari and Mahmoud Hojeij organised a documentary project in Beirut with nine young artists from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan,...
Andy MacKinnon
Industrialisation has had far-reaching consequences for the Scottish landscape.
Transport 222
Naomi Ben Nathan
In June 1944 a hundred and twenty Dutch Jews were released from Bergen-Belsen and transported by train across war-shattered Europe, arriving ten days later at Athlit, in...
Kanerva Cederstrom
Trip across Siberia by train, accompanied by quotes from two former prisoners of Siberian camps.
Trapped Words
Meiro Koizumi
How time, memory and language alter the recollection of a traumatic experience.
Margarida Martins Cordeiro, António Reis
After the 1974 Portuguese revolution, Portuguese filmmakers thronged to Trás-os-Montes, in order to be inspired by past and present, by the...
Patrick Hörl
Hertha Einstein-Nathorff is the last surviving member of the famous Einstein family. She used to be a famous doctor in Berlin before the Second World War. She came to New...
Anastasia Lapsui, Markku Lehmuskallio
A black-and-white portrait of the Nenets, a nomadic tribe on the northern tundra of Siberia, during different stages of their lives.
Travelling on the Path of Fear
Silvio Mirosnicenko
When Štefica is killed by a passing train, her husband Zlatko is left behind with five children. In the meantime, the train driver comes to terms with his feelings of...
Travels by Tricycle
Wang Dongdong
A man takes his 98-year-old mother on a journey across China in a tricycle trailer.
A Tree Once Grew on Pushkin Street
Tina Bastajian
Near a construction site in Jerevan, Armenia, passersby are invited to rework an old film recording of the street they are walking on in their own way.
The Tree
Gastón Andrade
In a small Mexican village, a large tree is felled for use in a remarkable ritual.
Trembling Before G-D
Sandi Simcha DuBowski
‘If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon...
Trembling Mountain
Kesang Tseten
In the magnificent Langtang Valley in Nepal, survivors of the devastating 2015 earthquake attempt to rebuild their lives.
various directors
An interactive world map that allows users to see at a glance what Twitter users at any given geographical location are talking about.
Triage: The Dilemma of Dr. James Orbinski
Patrick Reed
Nobel Prize winner James Orbinski returns to Africa, where he worked for Doctors Without Borders and bore witness to humanitarian disasters.
The Trials of Henry Kissinger
Eugene Jarecki
Henry Kissinger, former American secretary of state and Nobel Prize winner, is accused of crimes against humanity.
The Trials of Muhammad Ali
Bill Siegel
Old footage and new interviews make world history palpable through the personal drama of Muhammad Ali's life.
Anja Schwyzer
Swiss film student Anja Schwyzer introduces her loved ones, who describe the person she was before and after her kidnapping in Brazil.
Eitan Efrat, Sirah Foighel Brutmann
This trilogy sketches a turbulent family history. Three generations have been scarred by experiences on the battlefields.
Trip to Tehuacan
Ané Vecchione, Gina Vecchione
A team of doctors offering voluntary help to poor people is followed during its work in the Mexican interior.
A Trip to the Country
Jean-Marie Teno
Director Jean-Marie Teno travels to Cameroon and sees how the free market economy is supplanting traditional values.
The Trip
Bartosz Kruhlik
A 13-year old girl takes a trip to the Polish countryside with her grandfather on a scooter, and gets some valuable lessons in life.
Tripping with Zhirinovsky
Pawel Pawlikowski
Two years after his portrait of Radovan Karadzic in SERBIAN EPICS, Pawel Pawlikowski again portrayed a very controversial politician, the ultra-nationalist Russian...
Tristia - A Black Sea Odyssey
Stanislaw Mucha
A journey along the banks of the Black Sea gives a kaleidoscopic impression of how the populations of seven adjoining countries see the world.
Triumph des willens
Leni Riefenstahl
Leni Riefenstahl's film about the party congress of the National Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiters Partei (NSDAP) in 1934 is one of the most controversial contributions...
Trobriand Cricket
Gary Kildea
Since English missionaries introduced the game of cricket there at the turn of the century, the inhabitants of the Trobriand Islands in Papua New Guinea have developed their...
Troldmandens lærling
Helle Melander
Short duet between an elderly violin teacher and a very young pupil.
De troonsafstand
Kees Schaap
"I have whole-heartedly hated my father. During my puberty I did everything to provoke him", says filmmaker Kees Schaap. And yet the portrait he made of his father has not...
Tropengraf - een West-Indische overlevering
Anna Abrahams
Documentary whodunit investigates a homicide case in an ostrich park in Curaçao, early this century.
La tropical
David Turnley
Sensual black-and-white documentary about life in and around a ballroom in a suburb of Havana, Cuba.
Geanni Amico
Central characters in TROPICOS are a poor and young family with two small children. They move from the Brazilian countryside to the city in search of a job. The theme of this...
The Trouble with Aid
Ricardo Pollack
This investigative documentary featuring iconic footage shines a critical light on the foreign aid sector, using seven recent humanitarian disasters as examples.
The Trouble with Ray
Travis Johns
A portrait of Ray Hill, pillar of the American LGBT community and driving force behind emancipatory demonstrations in the 1960s and 170s.
Troubled Water
Gil Karni
Filmmakers Gil Karni and Meni Elias follow the life of an Israeli family in the fishing colony of Dugit in the Gaza Strip.
Norman Fruchter, Robert Machover
A documentary about the organization of New Left. In the film, Tom Hayden and a group of students from the Students for a Democratic Society movement are...
Truckies Don't Eat Quiche
Ben Davies
A playful, dynamic and highly stylised examination of the parallels between the language used by a group of surfers in Sydney and that of the popular media.
True Finn
Yael Bartana
For one week, eight people from different ethnic, religious and political backgrounds, discussed one question: who is the true Finn?
Try to Remember
Jian Zhong
A son films his mother in the village where she grew up and hears stories about her childhood, which was dominated by poverty and the Cultural Revolution.
Tsarsky put. Tayna Rasputina
Valery Demin
After the assassination of his father, the young and last Czar Nicholas II was paralysed with fear. He tightened up the autocratic regime and called in the Russian-Orthodox...
Tsjechisch kerstfeest
Simonka de Jong
The director goes deeply into the past of her mother and aunt, two completely different sisters who fled Czechoslovakia in 1968.
Tsjempieon nomer adjien
Vladimir Tjulkin
A group of criminals consisting of 19 people was arrested in Alma-Ata in 1985; they had committed 82 crimes in 32 years but their victims had never reported any crime....
TT3D: Closer to the Edge
Richard De Aragues
A 3D film about the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy, the most important and most dangerous motorcycle road race in the world.
Tu bedzie srodek europy
Jacek Filipiak
Illustrative sketch full of contrast, principally showing young people trying to make a buck on the black market on the one hand and an imaginative property developer on...
The Tube
Peter Entell
What happens inside our brains when we watch television? Peter Entell wants to find an answer to this question after observing the four-year-old daughter of a television...
Joris Baudoin
Using footage shot over the course of two years during the reconstruction of a bridge, this film compresses a lengthy process into a nutshell.
Wim van der Linden
A vase of tulips is the starting point of TULIPS. The filmmaker puts the tulip in another context than the traditional one (spring), by using a bombastic score with the...
De Tunnel
Dree Andrea
From 1989 to 1993, filmmaker Dree Andrea followed the everyday life of six tramps who were trying to survive in an abandoned railway tunnel in New York. The film explores...
The Tunnel
Domenico Favata, Jody VandenBurg
A look back at the tumultuous years of The Tunnel, the alternative comedy club in London with the eccentric Malcolm Hardee at its helm.
Tuntematon sivari
Aleksi Bardy
Portrait of a group of Finnish conscientious objectors undergoing a compulsory elementary training.
Rainer Hoffmann, Heidi Specogna
In Uruguay the ‘Tupamaros’ are one of the few resistance movements that evolved from a guerilla group into an official political party. Since 1995, the...
Laurie Kahn-Leavitt
The story of the plastic containers that conquered the American kitchen in the fifties by means of clever sales parties.
The Turandot Project
Allan Miller
Account of the realisation of the open-air performance of Turandot in the Forbidden City in Beijing.
Turn out the Light
Mira Jargil
Intimate account of the final hours before Ruth and Arne vacate the house they have lived in for 45 years.
Turn Over the Stones
Nir Dvortchin
Sami lives in a tiny container in the desert. He reads from the countless sensitive letters he once wrote from prison.
The Turner Film Diaries
James T. Hong
An experimental, fictitious retrospective on "successfully" executed ethnic cleansing worldwide, based on the influential racist American novel The Turner Diaries.
Tussenspel bij kaarslicht
Charles Huguenot van der Linden
Frighteningly strange dolls, adorned with feathers, lace and crab’s legs made from remains.
Jonas Odell
A monologue by A., the former girlfriend of a German terrorist arrested in 1977, told in the form of a colorful, animated "cartoon documentary."
TV Junkie
Michael Cain, Matt Radecki
The home movies of a self-destructive narcissist give a disconcerting impression of the hunger for kicks and the attention of TV cameras.
TV Nation
Michael Moore
Episodes of the successful TV series in which Michael Moore holds political and social subjects up to the light with humour and irony that will be screened continuously.
Robert Tutak
Images of drowsy, elderly faces in a moving train are activated by the voice-off from a man who, long ago, was the model for the blond boy in Thomas Mann’s DEATH IN VENICE.
Kim Jae-eui
Small, intimate portrait set to jazzy music of a Korean lesbian who trusts no one and keeps her sexuality mainly to herself.
Twee vaders
Ko van Reenen
Homosexual couple candidly tells about their life with six foster children.
various directors
Ever since 11-year-old Lucian has been living in Portugal, his whole life has revolved around surfing. Now his parents want to go back to their native Moldavia.
Twelve Canoes
Rolf de Heer, Molly Reynolds
In 12 contemplative episodes, the Australian Yolgnu Aborigines tell about their history, culture, land and traditional way of life.
Twenty Feet from Stardom
Morgan Neville
The background singers for superstars talk about life in the shadow of fame, and their true love of music.
Twice as Wise
Piet Eekman
A playful portrait of two "new German" friends (from Poland and Rwanda) who are constantly challenged by some older boys.
Twin Sisters
Mona Friis Bertheussen
The remarkable story of Chinese twin sisters who were adopted in two completely different parts of the world but who are bound to one another by fate.
Twin Tyson
Ingeborg Jansen
Mike Tyson’s half-brother would like to fight against his famous relative.
A Twist in the Fabric of Space
Morgan Knibbe
A visual trip using the manipulative power of film to condemn the lack of real contact in a time of over-communication.
Twist of Faith
Kirby Dick
Firefighter Tony Comes takes a stand against the Roman Catholic Church after he was abused as a teenager by a priest.
Two at the Border
Tuna Kaptan, Felicitas Sonvilla
A portrait of two men who help refugees cross the border between Turkey and Greece, under increasingly difficult circumstances.
Two Billion Hearts
Murillo Salles
On 17 July 1994 two billion people watched the final game of the world soccer championships in Los Angeles, between Brazil and Italy. TWO BILLION HEARTS is the official...
Two Cities
It is 1949: Germany recovers. But the reconstruction does not go smoothly everywhere. The city of Dresden is in the zone that is occupied by the Russians. There is a shortage of food, people are...
The Two Escobars
Jeffrey Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist
Soccer teams and drug cartels made a criminal pact in 1990s Colombia that proved fatal for both drug baron Pablo Escobar and professional soccer...
Two Girls Against the Rain
Sopheak Sao
A little jewel of a film about the love between two Cambodian women who have been together since the days of the Khmer Rouge, despite community and family opposition.
Two Years at Sea
Ben Rivers
Subtle shifts in light and shade are more important than words in this portrait of a self-sufficient life in the Scottish Highlands.
Théo Le Du Fuentes
This surprising combination of video game and book maps out the multifaceted history of typography.
The Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera
Adam Simon
To many contemporary filmmakers Samuel Fuller is nothing less than a hero. He was one of the first writer/director/producer that came out of the traditional Hollywood system....
Typhoontschik - Een portret van Natalia Gutman
Eline Flipse
Cellist Natalia Gutman makes music, travels and reflects on her family life.
Kyaw Myo Lwin
In a workshop in Yangon, Myanmar, many hands are making many different things. Expert craftsmen transform used car tires into completely new objects.
Tzina: Symphony of Longing
A poetic, interactive VR documentary in which the residents of the run-down Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv muse on their lives, loves, longing and loneliness. On-site reservation required.
Call for Entry: IDFA Bertha Fund December 22, 2016 | The IDFA Bertha Fund is looking for new creative documentary projects from developing countries for both its classic program and the IBF Europe distribution scheme.
Ally Derks receives Pioneer Award December 12, 2016 | Last Saturday, Ally Derks received a prestigious Pioneer Award from the International Documentary Association.
Open Call: Short Web Documentaries November 26, 2016 | IDFA and Jos de Putter from Deep Focus Web Documentaries invite entries for project proposals from talented (young) filmmakers.


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