The documentary film I’m So Sorry by Zhao Liang is selected for Cannes film festival 2021. The film is a coproduction of China (Hongkong), France and the Netherlands, supported IDFA Bertha Fund and the Netherlands Film Fund (minority coproduction).
Inner Landscape, following the successful world premiere at IFFR2019 had its International and Chinese premiere at Shanghai IFF on 15 June with the attendance of the main protagonist composer Guo Wenjing. We are really happy that this film now returns to China for its international premiere after 7 years of production.
Inner Landscape will have its world-premiere on 29th January 2019 at International Film Festival Rotterdam. https://iffr.com/en/2019/films/inner-landscape
On 1 Feb there will be a special live performance of Sichuan opera with Shen Tiemei who also is featured in the film. https://iffr.com/en/2019/events/live-chinese-opera-inner-landscape
We are very pleased and proud that the first feature-length documentary film by the Chinese film director Sean Wang (1991) had its worldpremiere at IDFA 2017.
The feature length documentary film FALLEN FLOWERS THICK LEAVES by Laetitia Schoofs is selected for IDFA Dutch Competition.
The art documentary the Perception (original title: de Waarneming) by Frank Scheffer which was in premiere at IFFR2016
was awarded with KNF Award (the award by the Dutch film critics). The short listed films for this award were:
- Beyond Sleep, Boudewijn Koole
- Bodkin Ras, Kaweh Modiri
- Full Contact, David Verbeek
- Herberg van het geheugen, Barbara den Uyl
- History’s Future, Fiona Tan
- The Idol, Hany […]
The documentary film by Yan Ting Yuen is in Dutch Competition at IDFA 2015!
You need to know the past to be able to go into the future,’ is the motto of Guo Wenjing, one of China’s most famous contemporary composers. Especially for the Nieuw Ensemble, he composed a chamber opera which combines traditional opera from his native Sichuan with his own music. The performance starts with a documentary […]