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Trying to get a handle on his life and depression, Daan confronts his father, photographer Ed van der Elsken, who died in 1990.
Six-year-old Aiden says goodbye to his father, a soldier in the US Army bound for Afghanistan.
Four people with Parkinson's Disease have a new and intense physical experience when they attend a dance class.
Two Iranian sisters look to the future after they give new shape to their lives.
A modest observation of the relationship between humanity and nature, revealing the hidden beauty of each single day in its pure simplicity. A slow film that transmits the experience of time as reality.
A candid portrait of a close-knit family: a father and his two sons, one of whom was born deaf.
In the intimacy of the studio Peter Delpeut captures the dancers of the LeineRoebana company as they rehearse. A choreography of faces and glances: physical, intense, concentrated, extrovert.
Dutch lawyers Michiel Pestman and Victor Koppe travel to Cambodia to defend Nuon Chea, also known as Brother no. 2, the man behind Pol Pot.
Dating from 300 BC to the late 19th century, three historical accounts of Arctic travellers in search of the unknown, told in different shades of white.
DESTINATION BERLIN shows images from the lives of immigrants and a native ‘Berliner’. Though never 'at home', the foreigners say they can make a home anywhere.
Putting theory into practice in the most modern prison in The Netherlands.
A flash mob of elderly dancers at Dam Square in Amsterdam.
The story of a top Dutch racing pigeon who ends up in Beijing, told from the perspective of the bird.
The search for the writer of a mysterious diary that the filmmaker found on Ebay.
An Amsterdam-based homeless choir is studying for a special opera called The Disciples that reflects tough life on the street.
What runs deeper? The love for an animal or the love for its meat?
When her 88-year-old father moved home, estranged daughter Hella de Jonge acquired the legacy of her great aunt who survived the Nazi terror along with Hella's parents.
The writings of Henriette Roland Holst (1869–1952) give an insight into her deepest dilemmas; old images lead us through turbulent years.
Portrait of the autistic Hindu boy Drona.
A film about the successful and prosperous villagers of Bloemendaal, a city in the Netherlands.