IDFA aims to present a wide array of documentaries, from small and personal stories to epic dramas. The basis for the selection is the quality of the films, rather than one preconceived theme.
What is the focus of this year’s IDFA? Do you have a theme for the films selected in the festival?
IDFA aims to present a wide array of documentaries, from small and personal stories to epic dramas. We do have smaller thematic focus programs such as “Shifting Perspectives”, this time about the Arabic perspective in film, a lustrous program called “The Visual Voice”, a series of films and talks on camerawork called “Camera in Focus”, a “Top-10 guest” – this year the guest is Jonathan Harris from the field of New Media.
This year IDFA celebrates its 30-year anniversary, and this makes it a special edition, as founder Ally Derks is leaving the festival after three decades at the helm. However, the basis for the selection is the quality of the films, rather than one preconceived theme. We intend to focus on a growing diversity in all respects and find the new talents.
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