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IDFA 2020


19 articles available in total starting from 06/02/2020. Last article published on 01/12/2020.

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Review: Arica

Review: Arica

How did a Swedish mining giant destroy thousands of lives in a Chilean desert town? The answer is in Lars Edman and William Johansson Kalén's new documentary  

01/12 | IDFA 2020

Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

Interview: Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

“My goal was not to paint another portrait of how things can not work, but how, despite everything, they possibly can”

We talked to Dutch artist and director Renzo Martens about his film White Cube, which premiered at IDFA  

01/12 | IDFA 2020

Review: Divinations

Review: Divinations

A Sicilian fortune-teller and a young artisan of Moroccan descent are the protagonists of Leandro Picarella's new documentary  

30/11 | IDFA 2020

Review: Radiograph of a Family

Review: Radiograph of a Family

Firouzeh Khosrovani wins the IDFA Award for the Best Feature-length Documentary with a superb personal essay about our divided world  

27/11 | IDFA 2020

Radiograph of a Family is the big winner of this year's IDFA

Radiograph of a Family is the big winner of this year's IDFA

The festival’s awards ceremony took place both in Amsterdam’s Vlaams Cultuurhuis De Brakke Grond and online  

27/11 | IDFA 2020 | Awards

Review: White Cube

Review: White Cube

Renzo Martens’ much-anticipated sequel to Enjoy Poverty explores what the art world can give back to former Congolese plantation workers  

26/11 | IDFA 2020

Review: Nothing but the Sun

Review: Nothing but the Sun

Arami Ullón’s powerful second feature film finally allows the hitherto silenced culture of the Ayoreo people to express itself freely  

24/11 | IDFA 2020

Review: The Last Hillbilly

Review: The Last Hillbilly

Diane Sara Bouzgarrou and Thomas Jenkoe’s documentary gifts the viewers with a poetic, puzzling and disorienting account of a family living in the heart of the Appalachians  

23/11 | IDFA 2020

Review: Ultimina

Review: Ultimina

To savour this documentary by Jacopo Quadri, viewers need to relax into the pace of rural life of times gone by and breathe in time with a proud-spirited woman  

23/11 | IDFA 2020

Review: The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village and the World...

Review: The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village and the World...

Claire Simon creates an endearing film about the surprising human adventure that was the creation of the Tënk platform in the village of Lussas, where documentary and agriculture go hand in hand  

20/11 | IDFA 2020

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