The POV IDFA ‘19 Hub
Welcome to the POV IDFA Hub, your one-stop destination for reviews and interviews for films playing at this year’s festival.
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Features and Interviews
- Making Margaret Atwood: A Word after a Word after a Word is Power – Nancy Lang and Peter Raymont
-The directors discuss their experience filming a literary icon.
- Doc of Ages – Liam Lacey
-Daniel Roher’s Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band celebrates a Canadian rock icon.
- Real News: This Is Not a Movie – Pat Mullen
-Yung Chang’s This Is Not a Movie immerses itself in Robert Fisk’s world.
- For Sama and for Syria – PM
-An interview with For Sama directors Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts.
- The Tipping Point: Fredrik Gertten Talks Push and the Global Housing Crisis – PM
– Eye-opening doc Push explores the housing market through the eyes of activist Leilani Farha.
- Buzz-Worthy: Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov Talk Honeyland – PM
-The Honeyland directors discuss their sleeper hit about a female beekeeper fighting for a way of life.
- Advocate – LL
- Always in Season – PM
- All Cats Are Grey in the Dark – PM
- The Australian Dream – PM
- Born in Evin – Maurie Alioff
- The Brink – PM
- The Cave – PM
- Citizen K – Daniel Glassman
- Collective – PM
- The Cordillera of Dreams – MG
- Cunningham – DG
- Desert One – PM
- Forman vs. Forman – JG
- Hi, AI – PM
- Honeyland – PM
- Ibrahim: A Fate to Define – MG
- The Kingmaker – JG
- Letter to the Editor – MG
- Love Child – MG
- Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love – JG
- Maxima – MA
- Midnight Traveler – JG
- One Child Nation – PM
- Paris Stalingrad – MG
- The Pearl Button – PM
- Shooting the Mafia – JG
- Sing Me a Song – PM
- State Funeral – DG
- Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am – PM
- Varda by Agnès – PM
IDFA runs Nov. 20 to Dec. 1.
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