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A/K/A Tommy Chong
Josh Gilbert
How the old counterculture veteran Tommy Chong (who used to make up a comic duo with Cheech) lands in jail for dealing in bongs.
Carla Valencia Dávila
Ecuadorian documentary filmmaker Carla Valencia Dávila's debut film about her two exceptional grandfathers: a political activist who died young and a "wonder doctor"...
Afghan Star
Havana Marking
A snapshot of an optimistic but divided Afghanistan, centred around four young contestants on a tremendously popular TV talent show.
Afghans Don't Flirt
Jochen Frank
Portrait of a 35-year-old German woman who works with humanitarian aid organisations in inaccessible regions of Afghanistan.
After Years of Walking
Sarah Vanagt
Almost ten years after the genocide in Rwanda, survivors and advocates of an objective historiography explain why the former official history of their country should no...
Agnus Dei
Alejandra Sánchez
A frank and moving portrait of a young adult who was sexually abused by a priest as a child.
The Alcohol Years
Carol Morley
Filmmaker interviews old acquaintances about the years when she was constantly drunk.
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.
Alisa in Warland
Liubov Durakova, Alisa Kovalenko
A candid, personal self-portrait by a young woman traveling through Ukraine after the outbreak of the revolution.
All About Darfur
Taghred Elsanhouri
Language is the only weapon in this film by a British-Sudanese woman, who questions compatriots about the Darfur conflict and other thorny issues in her scourged...
Almost Married
Fatma Bucak
Fatma left Turkey for Italy when she was 20 years old, escaping her authoritarian father. Now she is returning to Istanbul to announce her intention to marry.
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.
Always Together
Eva Tomanova
The ideal life of a self-sufficient family in the Czech countryside is subtly dissected by the filmmaker, who has some reservations about the choices of the parents.
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.
American Eunuchs
Gian Claudio Guiducci, Franco Sacchi
Investigation of the motives of men who choose castration and a revealing portrayal of the eunuch community in America.
Les amoureux de Dieu
Dan Alexe
In Macedonia, two sheiks contend for the right to pierce themselves during a Sufi ceremony.
Andrew Jenks, Room 335
Andrew Jenks
A 19-year-old spends his summer vacation in a retirement home in Florida and finds out what growing old is all about.
The Angelmakers
Astrid Bussink
A Hungarian village was the backdrop for a series of arsenic murders in 1929 as 51 women poisoned the men of the village. Nowadays, the village contends with another type...
Anthem, an American Road Story
Shainee Gabel, Kristin Hahn
In 1995 two 26-year-old women from Hollywood made so bold as to make a film about the modern-day American society. On the off-chance they wrote letters to a...
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.
April Diary
Ricardo Vazquez
Personal chronicle of the horrors of the Falkland War.
Travis Klose
A dazzling impression of the work and methods of the Japanese `pornographic' photographer Nobuyoshi Arakari.
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.
Aria ou les rumeurs de la Villa Médicis
Evelyne Clavaud
Historians call the moments when they can almost sense the past 'historical sensations'. A yellowed letter from days long gone, an old garment: suddenly the feeling can...
Laura Bari
When Ariel from Argentina loses both lower legs in an accident, he immediately decides that he will walk again – on self-made prosthetic legs.
The Art of Flight
Davin Anders Hutchins
Personally flavoured journey to Sudan leads to investigation of refugees who are oppressed in Egypt. Where does the journalist end and the human being begin?
Idrissa Guiro, Mélanie Pavy
Following the death of her mother Kyoko in Paris, Akiko returns her ashes to the land of her birth, in line with Japanese tradition.
At 60 Km/h
Facundo Marguery
Together with his two sons and a camera, Mario Sabah toured the world in a Citroën Méhari at a max speed of 60 kilometers (37 miles) per hour.
Awful Normal
Celesta Davis
Woman confronts the man who sexually abused her as a child.
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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