"It's a nation within the nation. It was dangerous for me, but it's even more dangerous for the people who live there. Officially, the inhabitants of the garbage dump don't exist," says Hanna Polak in FILM about "Something Better to Come," the fruit of 14 years among homeless children in Europe's largest landfill outside Moscow.
FILM also features stories about Camilla Nielsson who documents the reform process in Zimbabwe from the inside in "Democrats," Joshua Oppenheimer and the reception of "The Look of Silence," and Nasib Farah and Søren Steen Jespersen's "Warriors from the North" about young Somali Danes who venture into holy war.
The feature articles covering the Danish line-up at IDFA are available both online and in print, while the print edition features even more stories about upcoming documentaries.
FILM Digital Issue
Find interviews, a film catalogue and the basics about Danish films at IDFA at dfi.dk/film
Find a copy of the print edition, which also includes a film catalogue, in Copenhagen at the Danish Film Institute or in Amsterdam during IDFA at the venues listed here:
Hotel NH Caransa | Rembrandtplein 19
Guest Desk | Guest Box Office | Press Desk
Compagnie theatre | Kloveniersburgwal 50
IDFA Forum | IDFAcademy | Awards Ceremony
Arti et Amicitiae | Rokin 112
Docs for Sale | Press Viewing Booths
Café De Jaren | Nieuwe Doelenstraat 20-22
Guests Meet Guests | Filmmakers Breakfasts
Explore the magazine below (also available at dfi.dk/filmmagazine):