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IDFA 2018: The Miracle of the Little Prince

IDFA 2018: The Miracle of the Little Prince Marjoleine Boonstra is back at IDFA with her Dutch Competition title The... - Read more

IDFA 2018: Good Neighbours

IDFA 2018: Good Neighbours The trigger for Stella van Voorst van Beest's doc about the need to get ... - Read more

IDFA 2018: Stones Have Laws

IDFA 2018: Stones Have Laws Artistic duo Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan's Stones Have Laws... - Read more

IDFA 2018: Now Something is Slowly Changing

IDFA 2018: Now Something is Slowly Changing mint film office's Now Something Is Slowly Changing, selected for IDFA F... - Read more
features

IDFA LINE UP 2018
The 31st edition of the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam, the world's leading documentary festival, takes place from November 14 to 25, 2018.

For an overview of Documentaries from The Netherlands in competition at IDFA, including screening schedules, click here...

documentaries

Have a look at the latest Documentary Issue of SEE NL MAGAZINE #33 and read all about the Dutch Docs at IDFA 2018...IDFA opener Kabul, City in the Wind, Van Brummelen/De Haan and Mint Film Office in IDFA Feature Competition, Honigmann on canine care, Eleven Docs in IDFA Dutch Competition, and the surrealism of Svankmajer at Eye...For an overview of all the Dutch docs and screening schedules, click here.....


shorts / animation

THE DUTCH OSCAR ENTRIES 2019.....
The Resistance Banker, directed by Joram Lürsen, has been chosen as the official entry from The Netherlands in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Animated short film Emily by Marlies van der Wel in the Animated Short Film Category. And Short Live Action film Nothing to Declare by Hetty de Kruijf in the Live Action Short Film Category.

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