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On a train crossing Tanzania, a rolling microcosm of East African society, we follow three main characters, reflecting on the strength to survive.
Six students digitize the archive of the late Timothy Leary, granting his final wish for a “permanent home in cyberspace.”
Adoptee Kaylee (13) is the only girl in her small hometown with afro-textured hair, and she has no idea how to take care of it. So together with her mother she decides to go looking for help.
The last remaining male northern white rhino on earth is dying. Mankind gathers around him to catch a glimpse. Or to even save him. How does this reflect on us?
A film about the very close and imaginative friendship between a boy and a girl at the end of their childhood. Will impending adolescence impact upon their friendship?
Alima tells her story, which plays out against the backdrop of World War II and the struggle for independence, over unique footage from various archives.
A tough but comic youth documentary about Thibault (11) who will do all it takes to keep the big white spots on his legs a secret from the outside world.
Frans Bromet and his daughter Laura step into a controversial dialogue about society, ideals and responsibility.
What if death is not the end of life’s journey?
Joep (18), Anouska (23) and Ciska (21) are on a supervised youth tour to Blanes, a party place on the Spanish coast.
As a group of refugees tries to enter Europe illegally by boat, a storm suddenly appears and an old man falls overboard. His perception shifts into another dimension: a dark, hallucinatory place.
Creative talent Marijn (12) has recently been admitted to the preparatory program of the art academy.
For two years, filmmaker Marleen van der Werf has been exploring her fear of, and longing for, the void of stillness. A cinematic essay on a quietening nature.
Short documentary about forgotten moments.
Iggy Pop’s way of surviving as an individual in an impersonal world, based on Michel Houellebecq’s ‘To Stay Alive’, and on his own experiences in rock. Did they help each other to survive?
A tender portrait of Kess, who isn’t sure how to tell her new classmates about her sister Bo, who died when Kess was almost five.
How do you react when you are told you have an incurable illness?
Physical contact is one of our primary needs. A simple touch can already waken different emotions that are stored in our skin. Using an ensemble narration we get to know different people who experience a lack of physical contact.
A film that portrays Srebrenica from the perspective of the many stray cats and dogs that roam its empty streets, a unique portrait of a town where all hope seems to have been lost.
Cuba knows Mariela Castro - Raul's daughter and Fidel's niece - as the champion of gay rights. Under her inspiring guidance, the state recently started a treatment programme for Cuban transgenders.
Chinese authorities give the Hip-Hop underground culture a hard time in Chongqing. Rappers struggle to keep their voices heard.
Minority Dutch co-production.
Every Tuesday is D-day, when the art students of The Ateliers receive feedback on their work by well-known artists.