The world’s largest documentary film festival is granting free access to exactly 308 documentaries released between 1988 and 2019.
You get a documentary, you get a documentary, EVERYONE GETS A DOCUMENTARY! As we envision ourselves a lucky Oprah audience, we’re celebrating more free stuff this lockdown period is giving us (and with it the hopeful end of capitalism), and on today’s list: over 300 documentaries by the ever-so-prestigious IDFA, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.
Being the world’s largest documentary film festival and gathering, it curates a rich and handpicked collection of the globe’s most soul-stirring documentaries, 308 of which are now added to the list of ones you can watch for free. To check them out, just add the ‘free’ filter on their website: idfa.nl
We found some fascinating exports from Egypt on there too, including Nadia Kamel’s Salata Baladi. Small disclaimer, though: we might have the Pyramids, but we sadly don’t have all the titles available to us in Egypt.
Brb as we lose ourselves in a docu-daze.