IDFA stands for the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and is one of the most important film festivals for documentaries. The festival has been held every year since 1988 and lasts 12 days.
The last time a Danish film won a prize at IDFA was in 2014, where Hanna Polaks 'Children at Putin's Dump' received the jury prize. Last time a Danish film won the main prize for best documentary in feature film length was in 2008, where Anders Østergaards 'Burma VJ – Reporting From a Closed Country' won.
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