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If you're young and need a listening ear, you can call the so-called Kindertelefoon (Child Line).
L I S T E N is a colorful hotch potch of many of these Kindertelefoon conversations.
For artist twins L.A.Raeven, life and work are intrinsically intertwined
Suzanna is a strong Chinese woman living for 15 years in Greece. She leads a group of Greek Chinese to help new refugees, as atonement for her past.
Angolan veterans who once fought in white South Africa's colonial wars are the protagonists in a film about betrayal, free will and repentance.
An impressionistic view of immigration as a radical force across Europe, using archival footage.
An Inupiaq community about to be swallowed by the sea.
Marloes Coenen, one of the world’s best MMA fighters, forces herself to give her all, one more time, to win her last title fight.
A group of elderly men rediscover their youth in the clubhouse. A place where they can whistle at passing women or throw a party whenever they want. But every time somebody is sick or dies the question arises: how long do I have left? And who will be next?
A feature-length documentary and an online transmedia experience offering a unique way to investigate Somali piracy - from many different perspectives.
Scientist and linguist Mark Janse discovers the Cappadocian language – previously assumed dead – a find that sends shockwaves through the world of academia.
A film about sexual violence as a weapon of war, the dangerous fight for justice, about shame and the (im)possibility of forgiveness in Colombia.
LENNO & THE ANGELFISH tells the story of a 10-year old boy who tries his best to behave. But how can you be ‘a good boy’ when everybody has their own opinion as to what constitutes right and wrong?
Reconstruction of the political drama around Ayaan Hirsi Ali that heralded the fall of the Dutch cabinet.
The Dutch music festival Lowlands Paradise is considered the mother of all ecclectic rock and culture festivals that are popping up around the globe today.
A letter unlocks the secrets of the ‘real’ Charlotte Salomon, deported to Auschwitz after creating her autobiographical masterpiece.
If you're young and need a listening ear, you can call the so-called Kindertelefoon (Child Line). LISTEN is a colorful hotch potch of many of these Kindertelefoon conversations.
The complex relationship between the filmmaker Danniel's Aunt Tascha and her mother Enny, who is still traumatized by the death of her first daughters in Auschwitz.
When Gerrit, a tough buddy on a motorbike, is appointed to Noëll, an 11-year old boy with autism, they head off together on a liberating adventure.
Brechtje Jans (11) lives on a pig farm but fantasises about a life in the big city.
A powerful portrait of Syrians living in a Lebanese camp, where life consists of waiting to return home.
Documentary about the psychiatric treatment of 40 mentally ill prisoners in a longstay facility.
The sea between Sweden and Finland makes people forget the limitations of their everyday lives.
Three women have each lost something - but was the experience the same? Can the study of one kind of loss teach us about other kinds?
Many struggle with daily life and its meaning. Urban chaos forces us to reflect. But how do we find room for reflection when there is so much pressure heaped on us? Is there a balance to be found between order and chaos?
The inhabitants of the Camargue region have a deep-seated passion for the wild bull.
Louis' life as a travelling child living in a funfair comes to an end when he has to attend high school.
After inheriting part of a small house outside Moscow, director Van der Horst embarks on a journey back into the secrets of her mother’s Russian past.
They still exist: young people who want to write love letters. Five people in their twenties read aloud the most intimate letter they've ever written.
Can an arranged marriage result in true love?