News & festivals

The Faces We Lost CAFF closing night event

The Cambridge African Film Festival Special Closing Night Event features The Faces We Lost



Thessaloniki Documentary Festival chooses Up Down and Sideways

India, which has a long tradition of participation in the ThessalonikiDocumentary Festival, represented this year by Anoushka Meenakshi and Iswar Srikumar’s wonderul Up Down and Sideways

Up Down and Sideways IDFA

We are thrilled that the IDFA chose this gem from India for it's last featival.

The Faces We Lost screens Festival International du Film Panafricain in Cannes

Piotr Cieplak's stunning film portraying the priceless images that remain from the Rwandan genocide will be screening at this year's Pan African International Film Festival in Cannes.

De Groen Amsterdammer chooses A Stranger Came to Town

The prestigious Amsterdam newspaper De Groen Amsterdammerlists the deeply compelling film A Stranger Came to Town as one of 5 tips for IDFA viewing.

A Stranger Came to Town IDFA Competition

A Stranger Came to Town competes in the Best Dutch Documentary category at the IDFA

Nobel Peace Center screens 50 Feet from Syria

Nobel Peace Center screening with panel discussion in Oslo features 50 Feet from Syria.

Drokpa Nomads of Tibet screens Buddhist Film Festival Europe

Thrilled to announce that Drokpa Nomads of Tibet will screen in Amsterdam on Saturday the 30th of September at 19:00 Eye Cinema 2. The filmmaker Yan Chun Su will be present. Join us!

Drokpa Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival – Best of the Fest

Happy to announce Drokpa Nomads of Tibet  screens in Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival "Best of Fest"


The Man Who Wanted to Change the World - Winner Success Stories Ekotop

We are excited to announce the Man Who Wanted to Change the World has won the 'Success stories / Technology' Award at the Ekotop Environmental Film Festival Slovakia in May.


Excited to announed Heroines of the Pipes is completed!

An amazing film about the world of the tobacco pipe, those who make

them and those who collect them.

The Man Who Wanted to Change the World screens at Millenium Int. Documentary Film Festival

Great news for The Man Who Wanted to Change the World which screens in Panorama Planet

No Land's Song at the Berlinale!

It is with great pleasure we announce the screening of NO LAND’S SONG at the Berlin Film Festival!
Screening times are: 10 FEBRUARY 2017 AT 15:45 AT THE CINEMAXX 19
                              13 FEBRUARY 2017 AT 10:00  AT ZOO PALAST 2

Little Black Dress premiers on Sky Arte

The co-production between Molly Aida Film and DocArt, the Little Black Dress, had its television debut on Sky Arte.

The Forgotten Army is now completed

After a few years of dedicated hard work, we are delighted to announce that The Forgotten Army is now completed and will be released in Germany April 2017

The Man Who Wanted to Change the World airs 13 October 23:00 on NPO 2

Mariette Faber's documentary about artist and visionary Peter Westerfeld has its television debut Thursday. Tune in and discovery an extraordinary idea to re-green desertified land.

The Man Who Wanted to Change the World screens Pariscience Film Festival

We are pleased to announce the screening of The Man Who Wanted to Change the World at the Pariscience Film Festival October 9.

Drokpa screens at Margaret Meade

We are thrilled that Drokpa will be screening at theMargaret Meade Film Festival this October in the American Museum of Natural History.

Life on the Border - Wins ECU

We are thrilled to post that Life on the Border won best non European Independent Documentary at the ECU awards

Kurds key ally in US led coalition


Today a large campaign against Islamic State began. The fighters consist mainly of the Kurdish Popular Protection Units  which are a key ally in the US led coalition against IS.


The documentary Life on the Border shows the plight of refugee Kurdish and Yazidis children. Produced by Kurdish filmmaker Bahman Ghobadi Life on the Border speaks about the life in refugee camps on the border with Syria where Kurds seek refuge from ISIS

Life on the Border - Competes Krakow Film Festival

 Having screened at the Berlinale 2016 in Generations, we are excited to announce that Life on the Border now competes in the Krakhow Film Festival


Ronahi Ezaddin’s Our Film Is Better Hotdocs shorts

Life on the Border's  Ronahi Ezaddin's ironic film Our Film Is Better competes in  Hotdocs shorts


Life on the Border - highlights from the ÉCU 2016 Official Selection

The astounding Life on the Border has been selected for the European Independent Film Festival

Banana Pancakes and the Children of Sticky Rice "jewel of a film" Asia House Film Festival

Banana Pancakes "jewel of a film" says  Front Row Reviews after its screening at Asia House Film Festival

Life on the Border Berlinale

Bahman Ghobadi's powerful film project has its European Premier in the Generations program Berlinale

Make It Real: The Ones That Got Away

Film Comment chooses Banana Pancakes and the Children of Sticky Rice as one of the great films of 2015 that got no US distribution. "a commitment to complications that unsettle rather than reaffirm. Such lack of condescension or self-congratulation is refreshing, if also hard to market."

The film follows the impact backpackers have on the local community in rural Laos.


Banana Pancakes - Indiewire Reality Check

Indiewire "An audience and critics favorite in Rotterdam, where it had its world premiere, Dutch filmmaker Daan Veldhuizen's deceptively appealing encounter with villagers in a small Laotian town as they begin to welcome Western tourists is far more perceptive and sly than it first seems

Chosen as one of seven Great 2015 Documentaries Without US Distribution.




No Land's Song Human Rights Watch: The Power of One

No Land's Song was in good company for this year's Human Right's Watch theme ‘The Power of One’, demonstrating the power of a single individual (for good or for evil) to impact people and events as well as provoke major change.

No Land's Song Short Listed European Film Awards

After the success of Football Under Cover, Ayat Nahafi's latest film No Land's Song      is among 15 documentaries recommended for the EFW.[tt_news]=332&cHash=b7c7e85bfca0fa9f7bc36041d88e9e9a