13-24 nov 2024
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De Volkskrant’s film editor Bor Beekman and Aimée Kiene, editor-in-chief of Volkskrant Magazine, present highlights from the festival in a full day program in which their personal choices guarantee a unique cross-section of IDFA.
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A Picture to Remember

A Picture to Remember

A personal, essay-style account of the war in Ukraine, as viewed through the prism of three female generations. The Kyiv-based filmmaker uses old family films in her attempt to bridge the distance between her and her grandmother in Donetsk.
Red Herring

Red Herring

Kit Vincent has a terminal brain tumor, which he finds hard to talk to his parents about. Could it help to make a film? A rich, sensitive exploration of life, death and family ties, maintaining a sense of humor despite the tragedy.
Citizen Sleuth

Citizen Sleuth

A young woman from West Virginia directs a podcast that revolves around a suspected murder. This brings the case national exposure and makes her a celebrity. But at what point does the search for truth enter the realm of conspiracy theories?
Gerlach

Gerlach

A lyrical and tender portrait of Gerlach van Beinum, one of the last old-school crop farmers around Amsterdam. A beacon of patience and dedication, he plows on through the seasons, as capitalist society imposes itself more and more blatantly.
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Arna’s Children

Arna’s Children

Juliano Mer Khamis, Danniel Danniel
Netherlands, Israel, Palestine
2003
84 min
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