2009

2009

regie: Saskia Vredeveld

After South Africa abolished apartheid and formed a new government, a lot changed for the good. The black population has gotten more rights and opportunities in a more democratic society, but not everyone has profited from the new situation. Poor Whites -South Africa's New Subclass- is the story...

regie: Frank van den Engel

With his highly personal, grainy women’s portraits, Gerard Petrus Fieret (1924-2009) managed to antagonize the entire late sixties establishment. In his mouse-infested studio he photographed his semi- or wholly undressed models as well as himself, his cat and the many sick pigeons living there...

regie: Simone de Vries

Erik Kessels is a rebellious spectator, who won't settle for a simple interpretation. He always sees more. In Kessels' Eye we look through his eyes and see new perspectives in ordinary images.

Martin Parr (Magnum Photographer) on Erik Kessels: 'We are surrounded by images that are...

regie: Hans Heijnen

In the sparsely populated state of New Mexico, the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) places about three thousand children in foster care each year. These children were taken from their parents after being neglected or abused. Babies and young children are often relatively easy taken...

regie: Doug Block

Documentary filmmaker Doug Block (51 Birch Street) has captured much of his daughter Lucy’s life on camera. Now his only child is turning eighteen and soon she’ll be leaving home for college. Lucy’s imminent departure is the springboard for The Kids Grow Up, a humorous and...