DocNomads film premieres at IDFA International Film Festival Amsterdam
The graduation film No Man’s Land directed by Charlotte Müller, a DocNomads student from France, will have its World Premiere in competition at the 32nd edition of IDFA - International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, the largest documentary festival worldwide.
Three more films directed by DocNomads alumni after their graduation were selected to IDFA as well.
Aswang by Alyx Ayn Arumpac, a feature documentary previously developed with support of IDFA Bertha Fund, will be presented in the section IDFA Competition for First Appearance.
Also premiering in IDFA is The Forbidden Strings, a film co-produced by Docmaniacs, a company run by two DocNomads alumni, Afsaneh Salari and Hoda Siahtiri.
The festival is held from 20 November to 1 December in the Netherlands.
By Charlotte Müller
22’ • Belgium • 2019
A serene short film about intentional single motherhood, in which three women on a train trip describe the process and share their thoughts in interior monologue.