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IDFA announces Forum selections

The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam has announced the 52 projects which will take place in the co-finance market, the IDFA Forum, which will take place from November 22 to 24. Some of the included projects include The Battery Man, from Serbian directors Dusan Saponja and Dusan Cavic; Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, a U.S. and France production; and El Jardin, a France and Mexico production on the mausoleums erected for fallen drug capos. The remaining projects can be found at www.idfa.nl/industry/markets-funding/the_forum/forum-online-catalogue/forum-selection-2010.aspx.
October 25, 2010

The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam has announced the 52 projects participating in the co-finance market, the IDFA Forum, on November 22 to 24. Some of the included projects include The Battery Man, from Serbian directors Dusan Saponja and Dusan Cavic; Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, a U.S. and France production; and El Jardin, a France and Mexico production on the mausoleums erected for fallen drug capos in Mexico. The remaining projects can be found at www.idfa.nl/industry/markets-funding/the_forum/forum-online-catalogue/forum-selection-2010.aspx.

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