We are very proud have a whole day allocated to Why Poverty? at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA). Find out more about what's happening...
Today, 22 November, there will be screenings followed by Q&As with the directors of the Why Poverty? films. All eight long documentaries are being shown at De Brakke Grond and 8 of our short films too.
The day begins with the showing of Solar Mamas, Welcome to the World, Education, Education, Poor Us, Give Us the Money, Park Avenue, Stealing Africa and finishes with Land Rush.
The short films shown include Afghan Girl, Love and Rubbish, In Your Hands, Miseducation and Wilbur Goes Poor (episode 3), Lullaby, Coal Boy and Waste.
The films have been allocated to three blocks: Human Needs (10:00 - 14:00), Global Views (14:00 - 18:00) and Economy (20:00 - midnight).
The Why Poverty? day follows on three evening screenings hosted by Oxfam Novib at the Tuschinski, from which either SOLAR MAMAS, POOR US, or GIVE US THE MONEY will be selected for the Oxfam Global Justice Award, to be announced later today.