Best of IDFA: Audience Favorites
Each year, IDFA audiences select their favorite documentaries by rating films for the NPO IDFA Audience Award. Some of the best-rated films will be screened during a full day program for the price of €47,50. Buy your tickets now and be sure not to miss the 2022 audience favorites! The number of films screened will depend on the length of the films.
Run time all day
During the breaks, various snacks are available in the foyer, including a vegetarian quiche, sausage roll and various fruits.
You can also take advantage of the special "quick menu" in our Brasserie. This way you can have a nice lunch, but be back in time for the next documentary.
Bobi Wine: The People’s President
Running for president in Uganda can be deadly dangerous, even if you are a democratically elected member of parliament. Charismatic ghetto pop star Bobi Wine decides to chance it anyway, but meets daunting opposition.
An intimate report on the transition of the former actress Rüzgar Erkoçlar, who has to go through his journey of self-realization under media scrutiny in the traditional society of Turkey.
A captivating animated documentary about the remarkable and tragic life of Aurora Mardiganian. As a teenager she escaped the Armenian genocide, and later was made famous in a Hollywood film about her life.
My Imaginary Country
In October 2019, 1.5 million Chileans took to the streets to fight for a more just society. Legendary filmmaker Patricio Guzmán was there to see a completion of the Chilean freedom struggle of his youth.
IDFA stands for the power of creative documentary. Documentaries that can connect, inspire and excite. Documentaries that expand the view of ourselves, the environment and the world around us. During this edition of the festival, ITA hosts daily screenings of documentaries and special performances.