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IDFA 2005.6: Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands

IDFA 2005.6: Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands

Here’s the final batch of photos from this past week in Amsterdam:

(Some pop/punk/screamo Dutch band just rolled up in the middle of the IDFA action to play a set of songs for folks on the street. I couldn’t tell what they were saying in-between songs, but they managed fine English when it came time to cover The Police and The Who.)

(During the “Meet the Doccers” karaoke party, David Wilson of True/False Film Festival hangs with Amy King from SILVERDOCS.)

(As I was saying… the karaoke competition got nuts. It became almost like a nation-versus-nation face-off. Here, are the Americans: David Wilson, far left, with myself and indieWIRE’s Brian Brooks, belting out “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Photo by Eugene Hernandez.)

(Amy Dotson of SILVERDOCS, pictured, and I spent Thursday afternoon in the “Docs for Sale” video library, watching countless DVDs of films at the market – which is separate from the festival screenings. Coincidentally, our booths were side-by-side.)

(This is something unique that IDFA does: they have a flat-screen monitor at the festival box office that displays constant updates for the audience award. At this point, Thursday night, Sisters in Law was number one.)

(Home sweet home.)

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