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24 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with David Shields
Film critic Dana Linssen speaks to author/filmmaker David Shields about his experimental archive film 'Marshawn Lynch: A History at IDFA 2019.
22 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with Kivu Ruhorahoza
Film critic Dana Linssen speaks to Kivu Ruhorahoza about 'Europa, Based on a True Story', his new Hybrid film at IDFA 2019.
14 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with Marija Stojnic
Film critic Dana Linssen interviews Marija Stojnić, director of the IDFA 2019 film 'Speak So I Can See You'. The film was screened within the IDFA Competition for First Appearance.
16 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with Laura Herrero Gavin
Film critic Dana Linssen interviews Laura Herrero Garvin, director of IDFA 2019 film 'La Mami'. The film was part of the IDFA Competition for Feature-Length Documentary.
16 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with Alan Berliner
Film critic Dana Linssen interviews Alan Berliner, director of IDFA 2019 film 'Letter to the Editor'. The film won the IDFA Beeld en Geluid Reframe Award for the best creative use of archive in a documentary film.
24 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
IDFA 2019 | Interview with Madeleine Leroyer
Film critic Dana Linssen spoke to Madeleine Leroyer about her film #387, which had its world premiere at IDFA 2019.
25 minutes | Nov 24, 2018
Doc Talk: Dead Souls
This episode features the Doc Talk with filmmaker Wang Bing, after the screening of his monumental film Dead Souls. This Doc Talk was moderated by Ian Yang and it was recorded on November 22, 2018.
51 minutes | Nov 24, 2018
Filmmaker Talk: Audrius Stonys
This episode features the Filmmaker Talk with Audrius Stonys. Using excerpts from his films, film programmer and journalist Pamela Cohn talks to the filmmaker who has more than 20 films to his name. This talk was recorded on November 20, 2018.
59 minutes | Nov 22, 2018
Filmmaker Talk: Maria Ramos
This episode features the Filmmaker Talk with Maria Ramos. Following the screening of her film “The Trial”, Brazilian-Dutch filmmaker Maria Ramos’ speaks to Jean Perret about her film work and her view of Brazil today. The talk was was recorded on 22 November 2018.
94 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
Industry Talk: SVoD Platforms: Repositioning the European Digital Single Market
This episode features a recording of the Industry Talk: SVoD Platforms: Repositioning the European Digital Single Market. Our documentary industry is going through major changes that we, the documentary community, need to discuss. Between new EU regulations and the influential demand of streaming giants, are we facing a great new opportunity or losing one? Industry Talk co-hosted with Creative Europe Desk for the Netherlands and Flanders. Guests: Marijn Duijvestein (European Commission), Axel Arno (European Broadcasting Union, SVT), Justine Nagan (POV), James Bridges (iwonder), Paul Pauwels (European Documentary Network). The session is moderated by Simon Kilmurry (International Documentary Association) and was recorded on November 20, 2018.
54 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
Industry Session: Data Driven Audience Engagement
This episode features the recording of the IDFA 2018 Industry Session: Data driven audience engagement. Speakers are Sarah Mosses from Together Film and Sonja Henrici of the Scottish Documentary Institute. The session was recorded on November 20, 2018.
90 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Industry Talk: The Act of… Releasing: How to Bring Documentaries to Theatres Successfully
This episode features the recording of the IDFA 2018 Industry Talk: The Act of… Releasing: How to Bring Documentaries to Theatres Successfully. Is there an ‘X factor’ that makes a documentary suitable for theatrical distribution? And what are the recipes to get audiences in the screening room? This Talk was co-hosted by Europa Distribution. The guests are: Huub Roelvink (Cherry Pickers), Kateřina Dvořáková (Aerofilms), Greta Akcijonaite, (Greta Garbo Films), Cecilie Bolvinkel (EDN/Moving Docs), Dan Braun (Submarine Entertainment). The session is moderated by Mathias Noschis (Alpha Panda).
41 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Doc Talk: America To Me
This episode features the DocTalk with among others director Steve James that took place after the full-day screening of the documentary series America to Me. It was recorded on November 18, 2018 and hosted by Sean Farnel.
108 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Industry Talk Solidarity With Filmmakers At Risk
Industry Talk: Solidarity with Filmmakers at Risk This episode features the recording of the IDFA 2018 Industry Talk: Solidarity with Filmmakers at Risk With civil society shrinking in many parts of the world, documentary filmmakers are increasingly struggling to make their voices heard, leading to their arrest, imprisonment and sometimes even murder. IDFA invited filmmakers and other stakeholders to share their experiences, and to try to outline a possible coordinated strategy for action, a strategy that effectively serves filmmakers at risk. Guests - among others - are: Maxim Tuula (Marx Film), Tuki Jencquel (Oninokia Filmproduktion), Steven Markovitz (Big World Cinema), Andrea Kuhn (Human Rights Film Network), Cara Mertes (JustFilms, Ford Foundation), Claire Aguilar (International Documentary Association), Jess Search (Doc Society), Julie Trebault (Artists at Risk Connection, PEN America), Rasmus Steen (International Media Support), and Rebecca Lichtenfeld (Bertha Foundation). This session was moderated by Boris Dittrich - human rights activist, former politician and writer - and was recorded on November 18, 2018
37 minutes | Nov 18, 2018
Doc Talk: Happy Birthday Mr Mograbi
This episode features a recording of the IDFA 2018 Doc Talk with director Avi Mograbi about his semi-documentary Happy Birthday, Mr Mograbi. In this 1998 film, screened as part of IDFA 2018 focus program “Me”, Mograbi connects the very personal with the geopolitical through an unforgettable tint of black humor. This Doc Talk was recorded on November 16, 2018
97 minutes | Nov 17, 2018
Industry Talk: Code of Conduct - Towards an Ethical Way of Co-producing
This Talk looks to the growing need for fair co-producing practices. How can we come to a just practice of co-producing that respects aesthetics, cultures, and economies across borders? This was discussed by guests: Cecilia Lidin (Danish Film Institute), Diana El Jeiroudi (Dox Box), Estelle Robin-You (Les Films du Balibari), Gema Juárez Allen (Gema Films) and Isabel Arrate Fernandez (IDFA Bertha Fund). The session is moderated by Mikael Opstrup of the EDN and was recorded on November 17, 2018.
1 minutes | Nov 14, 2018
IDFA 2018 Podcast Trailer
Welcome to the podcast of IDFA 2018. In this podcast we’re presenting a selection of recordings from this year’s industry sessions and doc talks. Please check out recordings of other talks and events of IDFA at idfa.nl and subscribe to the podcast to stay up to date. pod.link/1061632698
33 minutes | Feb 22, 2018
Doc Talk: Ghost Hunting
Director Raed Andoni enlists Palestinian former prisoners to first reconstruct the infamous Israeli prison that once held them, and then re-enact their own suppressed memories. After the screening, filmmaker Eyal Sivan interviews director Raed Andoni about his award-winning, poignant and confrontational film. (Recorded November 19, 2017 at De Kleine Komedie.)
29 minutes | Feb 22, 2018
Doc Talk: Depeche Mode: 101
In the late 1980s, Depeche Mode invited D.A. Pennebaker and his wife Chris Hegedus to make a film about the band, using Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back as an example. Like that film, Depeche Mode: 101 is largely in the Direct Cinema style that characterizes Pennebaker’s work, and it’s much more than a concert recording. After the screening, Eric Hynes talks with the legendary documentary duo about the film and shooting music documentaries in general. (Recorded November 19, 2017 at EYE Cinema.)
32 minutes | Feb 21, 2018
Doc Talk: Whores' Glory
Wolfgang Thaler only filmed 30 days for the three-part Whores’ Glory by Michael Glawogger. He captured the lives of prostitutes in Thailand, Bangladesh and Mexico, and not without putting his own life in danger. Eric Hynes talks with Thaler, Ulrich Seidl’s go-to cameraman, about his cinematic choices and his experiences during the shoot. They also discuss his long-lasting collaboration with Glawogger, who died in 2014 and with whom he also filmed Megacities and Workingman’s Death. (Recorded November 18, 2017 at EYE CInema.)
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