Film Archive

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Abacus: Small Enough to Jail
Steve James
Not all bankers escaped prosecution in the U.S. mortgage crisis: a small Chinese-American family bank spent years fighting in the courts.
Abandoned Land
Gilles Laurent
A thoughtful portrait of the people who have returned to their homes in the evacuated zone around the Fukushima nuclear power station, despite the radioactivity.
Mustafa Ünlü
Eyewitness accounts of the deadliest suicide attack in modern Turkish history, which occurred in Ankara during a march for peace on October 10, 2015.
Alexei and the Spring
Seiichi Motohashi
Life in Budische calmly carries on for 55 elderly locals and the younger Alexei, all of whom refused to be evacuated after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception, and the Spirit of I.F. Stone
Alfred Peabody
Independent, investigative, adversarial journalists, including Glenn Greenwald, allow the camera to follow them, as they use government documents to expose deception.
All These Sleepless Nights
Michal Marczak
A coming-of-age portrait about alcohol, drugs, girls and house music, balancing between fact and fiction.
Almost There
Jacqueline Zünd
A moving portrait of three men in the autumn of their lives, all of whom are searching for meaning and dignity.
Alter Senator
Willehad Eilers
A week in the life of a non-stop drinker – through his alcohol-addled eyes, dreary gray reality is transformed into a wonderland filled with gorgeous women.
Amateurs in Space
Max Kestner
A boys’ adventure tale come true for two Danish friends who dream of building a rocket for the first amateur manned flight into space.
Clare Weiskopf
Clare was 11 years old when her mother swapped family life for seclusion in the jungle. 30 years later, she decides to confront her mother with the choices she made.
Mohamed Jabaly
A raw and personal report from war-torn Gaza in 2014, most of it filmed on nail-biting ambulance rides, racing around to save lives.
Anuktatop: The Metamorphosis
Nicolas Pradal, Pierre Selvini
Dreamy docufiction showing how members of the Wayana tribe in French Guyana deal with the changing world around them.
Areum Parkkang
When blind dates lead nowhere, Areum decides to drastically change her appearance in this film about the merciless gaze of the outside world.
Sergei Loznitsa
Sergei Loznitsa observes the torrents of tourists flooding though a concentration camp. Has the commemoration of the Holocaust become a spectacle?
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.
And the winners are... November 23, 2016 | At the Awards Ceremony in the Stadsschouwburg, the 14 winners of IDFA 2016 have just been announced.


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