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Welcome to the podcast of IDFA. The IDFA podcast contains post screening Q&A's, Doc Talks and Industry Talks Sessions. Please check out other recordings of talks and events of IDFA at idfa.nl and subscribe to the podcast to stay up to date.
 
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This episode features a recording of the Industry Talk: SVoD Platforms: Repositioning the European Digital Single Market.Our documentary industry is going through major changes that we, the documentary community, need to discuss. Between new EU regulations and the influential demand of streaming giants, are we facing a great new opportunity or losi…
 
This episode features the recording of the IDFA 2018 Industry Talk: The Act of… Releasing: How to Bring Documentaries to Theatres Successfully. Is there an ‘X factor’ that makes a documentary suitable for theatrical distribution? And what are the recipes to get audiences in the screening room? This Talk was co-hosted by Europa Distribution.The gues…
 
Industry Talk: Solidarity with Filmmakers at RiskThis episode features the recording of the IDFA 2018 Industry Talk: Solidarity with Filmmakers at RiskWith civil society shrinking in many parts of the world, documentary filmmakers are increasingly struggling to make their voices heard, leading to their arrest, imprisonment and sometimes even murder…
 
This episode features a recording of the IDFA 2018 Doc Talk with director Avi Mograbi about his semi-documentary Happy Birthday, Mr Mograbi. In this 1998 film, screened as part of IDFA 2018 focus program “Me”, Mograbi connects the very personal with the geopolitical through an unforgettable tint of black humor. This Doc Talk was recorded on Novembe…
 
This Talk looks to the growing need for fair co-producing practices. How can we come to a just practice of co-producing that respects aesthetics, cultures, and economies across borders?This was discussed by guests: Cecilia Lidin (Danish Film Institute), Diana El Jeiroudi (Dox Box), Estelle Robin-You (Les Films du Balibari), Gema Juárez Allen (Gema …
 
Welcome to the podcast of IDFA 2018. In this podcast we’re presenting a selection of recordings from this year’s industry sessions and doc talks. Please check out recordings of other talks and events of IDFA at idfa.nl and subscribe to the podcast to stay up to date.pod.link/1061632698על ידי IDFA Podcast
 
Director Raed Andoni enlists Palestinian former prisoners to first reconstruct the infamous Israeli prison that once held them, and then re-enact their own suppressed memories. After the screening, filmmaker Eyal Sivan interviews director Raed Andoni about his award-winning, poignant and confrontational film. (Recorded November 19, 2017 at De Klein…
 
In the late 1980s, Depeche Mode invited D.A. Pennebaker and his wife Chris Hegedus to make a film about the band, using Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back as an example. Like that film, Depeche Mode: 101 is largely in the Direct Cinema style that characterizes Pennebaker’s work, and it’s much more than a concert recording. After the screening, Eric Hynes ta…
 
Wolfgang Thaler only filmed 30 days for the three-part Whores’ Glory by Michael Glawogger. He captured the lives of prostitutes in Thailand, Bangladesh and Mexico, and not without putting his own life in danger. Eric Hynes talks with Thaler, Ulrich Seidl’s go-to cameraman, about his cinematic choices and his experiences during the shoot. They also …
 
After the screening of Chris Marker’s classic Le joli mai at IDFA 2017, Nicolas Rapold talks with cinematographer and co-director Pierre Lhomme. Lhomme, who worked as cameraman on several of Marker’s films, discusses their collaboration and the cinematography of this film. (Recorded November 18, 2017 at EYE Cinema.)…
 
Nicolas Rapold talks with cameraman Ed Lachman about Tokyo-Ga by Wim Wenders. Lachman, who has also worked with Werner Herzog, the Maysles brothers and Ulrich Seidl, discusses the specific cinematography of Tokyo-Ga and his collaboration with Wenders. (Recorded November 20, 2017 at EYE Cinema.)על ידי IDFA Podcast
 
What is happening at a European level in terms of harmonizing authors' rights laws? While new distribution models and VOD platforms are mushrooming, in many countries appropriate legislation to guarantee author royalties is a step behind. While filmmakers are making films, European collective management organizations are working to secure rights fo…
 
Sandi DuBowski has been Good Pitch Outreach Director for BRITDOC for the last seven years and has successfully worked with numerous directors to craft innovative outreach, funding and impact campaigns for their films. He tells you all about the opportunities of this rapidly growing field, which can enlarge the impact, love, and life for a film, as …
 
The IDFA Bertha Fund (IBF) supports filmmakers of creative documentaries from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and parts of Eastern Europe. Over the last 19 years, IBF has supported over 600 film projects with funding for development and production. In 2015, the Fund expanded its funding opportunities, launching IBF Europe, which suppor…
 
Getting a documentary noticed in a heavily crowded market requires a solid marketing strategy and creative solutions. This session by Mathias Noschis (Alphapanda) provides the main tools to identify a film's target audiences and to reach them through clear positioning. Two practical case studies show how the strategy can be translated into promotio…
 
VR has been proven to change attitudes and provide powerful visceral experiences in lab-based experiments, but can that power apply to storytelling? And how does that work in the real world? Zillah Watson, a former journalist and BBC pioneer in Virtual Reality, discusses these questions as well as recent examples of the BBC's story-led VR, which em…
 
Wendy Bernfeld gives an updated overview of the evolving opportunities in video-on-demand, both in general and specifically for the documentary sector. Different VOD platforms (tvod, svod, advod, etc.) and various middlemen/aggregators are at the table: they can be subsidized or commercial, and involve a variety of business models and regions. Many…
 
Leading distribution strategist Peter Broderick (Paradigm Consulting) gives an up-to-the-minute overview of the lay of the land and the perils to avoid in documentary distribution. He reviews possible destinations and explain the importance of beginning with clearly defined goals. Then he shows the old routes that have turned into dead ends includi…
 
Faster is not necessarily better or more efficient; the key is to find the right speed. Often it's better to do things a little slower, for better quality. Carl Honoré is an award-winning writer, broadcaster and TED speaker, and a globetrotting ambassador for the Slow Movement. The Wall Street Journal called him an "in-demand spokesman on slowness.…
 
The core of this program will look at the role of opinion-forming in the way we see and think about race and identity, as well as the perspectives from which we do so. The starting point for Shifting Perspectives will be centuries-old historical relationships between Africa, Europe and the United States and how these still influence relations in ou…
 
Kirsten Johnson is an award-winning New York-based documentary filmmaker and cinematographer who started working on local fiction and documentary film projects in West Africa before graduating from the FEMIS (the French National Film School) in Paris. Asylum, a short documentary she shot in Ghana, was nominated for an Oscar in 2004. Since then, she…
 
The ways in which documentaries are commissioned are changing: in an evolving media landscape and a globalizing world, good stories can come from anywhere. But how to develop documentaries out of these stories, is another thing. In this talk, Nick Fraser will introduce his new online documentary platform Yaddo, a subscription-based streaming servic…
 
Over the past decade, the Internet has given rise to all sorts of new digital art forms and business models. This Industry Talk explores different ways pioneers have funded and created undefined non-fiction art. Now that the digital dust has settled, what should we take with us moving forward into the next decade? The ways of finding funding are as…
 
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