Sarajevo Film Festival 2024

IDFA announces first 2021 selections from Guest of Honour and Lifetime Achievements Recipients

IDFA has just announced the first films selected for its 34th edition, held between 17 – 28 November on location in Amsterdam. These early selections come from the Top 10 program curated by Guest of Honor Hito Steyerl (more like 14, actually), and a four-title program with the films of Artavazd Pelechian, both of whom will be in attendance.

Hito Steyerl Top 10 (14)

  • Black Film (dir. Želimir Žilnik) – Serbia and Montenegro, 2003
  • Citizenfour (dir. Laura Poitras) – United States, Germany, 2014
  • La Commune (Paris, 1871) (dir. Peter Watkins) – France, 2000
  • Handsworth Sounds (dir. John Akomfrah) – France, 2000
  • Kenedi Goes Back Home (dir. Želimir Žilnik)
  • Letter to a Refusing Pilot (dir. Akram Zaatari) – Lebanon, 2013
  • The Memory of Justice (dir. Marcel Ophüls) – France, United Kingdom, United States, West Germany, 1975
  • Nitrate Liberals (dir. Barbara Hammer) – United States, 1992
  • On Three Posters (dir. Rabih Mroué) – Lebanon, 2004
  • The Pixelated Revolution (dir. Rabih Mroué) – Lebanon, Germany, 2012
  • Semiotics of the Kitchen (dir. Martha Rosler) – United States, 1975
  • Stories of Destroyed Cities (dir. Sêro Hindê) – Syria, 2016
  • Videograms of a Revolution (dir. Harun Farocki, Andrei Ujica) – Germany, 1992
  • Yama: Attack to Attack (dir. Mitsuo Sato, Kyoichi Yamaoka) – Japan, 1985

Artavazd Pelechian Retrospective

  • Nature – 2020
  • Our Century – 1990
  • Seasons of the Year – 1975
  • We – 1969

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