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Today was the last day of the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) and at 10 o'clock this morning we jumped into the theatre for the finale Best of IDFA. At six again we came out of Tuschinksi with six movies behind the eyeballs.
Six Weeks on child adaption in (katholic) Poland and the six weeks a mother with an unwanted baby got after birth before defenitely deciding she wants to keep or distance herself from the child
Last Train Home on labour migration in China and how a couple unsuccesfully tries to stay in touch with the children they left in the peasant village when they went to the city to work 16 years ago
Colony on how 'beehive collapsing' is supposed to threaten the future of agriculture in the US -- was not so dumb as it may sound
Iron Crows pretty rough inside view of workers in (big) ship dismantling in Bangladesh
Alberts Winter on a Danish kid that swaps to artschool in a winter his mother is treated with chemotherapy
The Cove on how former Flipper trainer Ric O'Barry fights dolphin killing in Taiji, Japan www.savejapandolphins.org/