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    Dutch films to feature prominently across IDFA programme

    With the 35th IDFA officially underway, there are a total of 26 Dutch (co)productions in its line-up. No less than 19 films will be competing for one or more IDFA awards, and 20 (co)productions will be celebrating their world premiere at the festival. As the festival opened with one, Niki Padidar’s All You See, here are the complete Dutch selections in respective IDFA sections and competitions (Luminious, Frontloiught, Masters, etc.).

    Dutch Films IDFA 2022

    • A Way to B (dir. Clara van Gool, Jos de Putter) – Masters
    • All You See (dir. Niki Padidar) – Luminous
    • Budapest Silo (dir. Zsófia Paczolay) – Short Competition
    • Crazy (dir. Heddy Honigmann) – Focus: Around Masculinity
    • Dreaming Walls (dir. Amélie van Elmbt, Maya Duverdier) – Best of Fests
    • The Golden Thread (dir. Nishta Jain) – Masters
    • Inside My Heart (dir. Saskia Boddeke) – Luminous
    • Journey Through the World (dir. Peter Lataster, Petra Lataster-Czisch) – International Competition
    • The Kiev Trial (dir. Sergei Loznitsa) – Masters
    • Look What You Made Me Do (dir. Coco Schribjer) – Masters
    • Mothers (dir. Nirit Peled) – Frontlight
    • Mother Earth’s Inner Organs (dir. Ana Bravo Pérez) – Short Competition
    • The Natural History of Destruction (dir. Sergei Loznitsa) – Masters
    • Sezer’s Summer (dir. Marina Meijer) – Youth Competition
    • Scenes With My Father (dir. Biserka Šuran) – Envision
    • Shangri-La, Paradise Under Construction (dir. Mirka Duijn, Nina Spiering) – Luminous
    • This Was Your Nicest Auntie Ria (dir. Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden) – Short Competition
    • White Balls on Walls (dir. Sarah Vos) – Frontlight

    Find more information on all the Dutch (co)productions, special events, and market screeningsHERE

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    Steve Rickinson
    Steve Rickinson
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