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IDFA 2018

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Line-up Docs from the Netherlands at IDFA 2018

14 November 2018


Dutch creative documentaries are strongly represented at the 31th Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival (14 - 25 November), with more than fifty Dutch productions and co-productions in various sections.

No less than nineteen films from the Netherlands have been selected for various IDFA competitions and all of these films will have their world premiere at the festival.

Kabul, City in the Wind by Aboozar Amini (NL producer Silk Road Film Salon) is this year’s IDFA Opening Film and is also  selected for the IDFA Competition for First Appearance.

‘Now Something is Slowly Changing’ by mint film office and Stones Have Laws, directed and produced by Van Brummelen and De Haan are both selected for the IDFA Feature-Length Competition.

Selected for the IDFA Mid-Length Competition is
But Now is Perfect, directed by Carin Goeijers and produced by Pieter van Huystee Film

Trapped in the City of 10,000 Mountains, first short documentary by David Verbeek and produced by DeepFocus Web Docs, will be screened in IDFA Competition for Short Documentary.


For an overview of all the Dutch docs selected in competition at IDFA and screening schedules, click here..

For more news on Dutch cinema and Dutch film industry, please read the latest SEE NL #Doc issue.

SEENL               IDFA Catalogue 2018

 

 

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