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Dutch minority co-production.
A legendary musician goes into a soul searching road trip to find redemption in order to become the father he has never been before.
Seven views of Naples.
Dutch minority co-production
A journey into the Universe of Odin Teatret, founded in 1964 by Eugenio Barba in Denmark, where this family-like group continues to exist.
Security seems both natural and necessary, but are security guards capable of guaranteeing our safety, or do they only give us a false sense of security?
The portrayal of the daily lives of three famous senior chimpanzees, inhabitants of retirement homes.
Hardly anyone in the Netherlands is aware that a life sentence in Holland literally means a whole life of imprisonment.
Autobiographical documentary in which the film maker investigates why she and her brothers and sister left their home country of Brazil.
Top chef Sergio Herman strives for perfection every day. Never giving up, always in the thick of it.
In advance of the 2014 World Cup Brazil is cleaning up its act, but beneath the facade, child prostitution is still prevalent in all its major cities.
The Hague's vice squad combats human trafficking and exploitation of prostitutes while dealing with the pressure of procedures and political policies.
Nigerian women, exploited as prostitutes in Europe, return home, filled with a renewed lust for life.
An epic journey for the viewer, through the darkness of memory, eventually to emerge into the light of a new day.
Eef Hilgers talks to angry posters and their victims who must bear extreme levels of digital abuse. The way people observed and criticized others used to be invisible, unspoken and unpublishable, but is now mapped by the age of internet.
In a travelogue through Shangri-La, a Tibetan tourist area named after the fictional paradise, the filmmaker excavates the many layers of fact and fiction.
A traditional Dutch shepherd is forced to innovate in a neo-liberal world that conflicts with his idealistic views.
Health insurers are putting pressure on enthusiastic GP Nico van Hasselt (91) to adapt his old-fashioned methods to those of modern society, but he refuses to abandon his vulnerable patients.
A documentary about boat refugees at the Italian Island of Lampedusa.
The life and work of Daniel Paul Schreber.
A film about the sense of immortality felt by a group of boys who have recently lost one of their friends.
A film about the search for adventure and a sense of belonging.
How will a family circus cope after their much-loved crowd pleasing elephant has to leave the ring because of a new law?
A compelling story of two childhood friends, both in search of their family history in Eastern Europe.
For 25 years Sidik has been searching for a leopard in the mountains of Kurdistan. Sidik believes his homeland will survive once the leopard returns.
A film that inhales and exhales along with the tides of the Wadden Sea as it explores the fragile relationship between man and nature.
Small local farmers are essential for food provision but are chased off their land by large multinationals that only produce for export, destroying the soil in the process.
Two Inuit girls are confronted by aggressive pollution.
How does a child prodigy influence the relationships within a family of perfectionists?
A documentary about Keet, a ten-year-old girl, whose skateboarding skills have stood out in a skate-world dominated by boys.
A road/boat trip on the Yenisey River and through the endless taiga towards the Heart of Gold. What became of Fridtjof Nansens' land of the future, Siberia?
Skip loves to dance, but is bullied by the boys at school who say dancing is for sissies. With his all-boys dance crew he will prove that tough boys can dance.
Henrike tries to overcome the frustrations of growing up as a Basque boy in Madrid by mastering the spectacular Basque sport of pelota.
Palestinian girl Niveen has to fight both Israeli checkpoints and her traditional brothers in order to play her favourite sport, soccer.
Chimit is a proud Tuvan wrestler who struggles against the Russian rule that destroyed his traditional nomad lifestyle.
Dutch minority co-production.
Cinematic essay fusing observations of London's financial centre, the story of a psychotherapist and footage of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein at the US Senate Hearing.
“Blessed God says; Make war for this land. Conquer this land. So this is what I do”
Hebron Settler’s spokesman
A portrait of the lives and history of Leonardo and Anselmo who, 20 years ago, were the main characters in the documentary SOLO - THE LAW OF THE FAVELA.
Four boys involved in ‘Ndrangheta Mafia activities are taken away from their extremely powerful and violent families in an attempt to re-educate them.
A lively, melancholic tribute to the bandoneón – the beating heart of the tango - threatened with extinction.
Mazin, deaf from birth, looks forward to the operation that will allow him to hear. But how will all these new sounds change his life?
SOUNDS OF ORIGIN reveals the enormous impact of Indo-Dutch musicians and their appeal that extended far beyond Holland's borders.
One day in the life of a Roma village, somewhere deep in Romenia.
Every day a Romanian woman stands by the wall of an Amsterdam jail to talk with her lover inside.
A documentary about poetry.
Eleven year-old Merna from Iraq stole the show during The Voice: Kids Arab by singing the story of the many refugee children from the Middle-East.
A fascinating look into the changing inner lives of young Orthodox Christians as they leave the sanctuary of high school and fly out into the world.
Cherry Duyns follows composer Reinbert de Leeuw from first rehearsals through to performance of Bach’s St Matthew Passion in Amsterdam's Nieuwe Kerk.
Feature documentary about Sandra Roelofs, a Dutch girl who became the First Lady of the exotic, but politically unstable, Georgia.
Dutch minority co-production.
While Surinamese Maroons show how they live with the rainforest, multinationals exploit the natural resources within these ancestral grounds.
STOP FILMING US! is a cinematic dialogue between Western conceptions of Africa and the Congolese perception of reality.
In post-conflict Sierra Leone, life continues on the once touristic but now deserted heavenly beaches of Lakka.
In today’s increasingly self-absorbed society and culture, how do we balance the fragile scale of self-love?
A tragedy about the complex reality of the conflict in Aleppo and the devastation that followed.
STRANGER IN PARADISE reflects on the power relations between Europeans and refugees.
Over 5 years, Gerard Holthuis filmed the people around the River View Guest House in Talad Noi, Bangkok.
Street is about improvisation, recycling materials and the claiming of public space on a single fictional day in Jakarta. Unintentional compositions and repetition remind the viewer of installations or performance.
What does it take to express yourself? The surprising and moving story of Madonna’s most famous troupe of dancers.
Peter is thirty, sporty and stylish. He is also good at concealing his mental illness and social disorders. His dream is to lead a normal life, within normal society, with a wife and kids.
A pastor strolls through a modern suburb looking for signs of faith.
From the perspectives of a dozen diverse viewers, this documentary explores the ritual of watching film. How is the medium experienced by people with sensory impairments, strong religious beliefs, or love sickness?