For three years, directors Eefje Blankevoort and Els van Driel followed unaccompanied refugee children on their journey through Europe. With creative use of videos made by the teenagers, they managed to create a pioneering portrait of the refugee life. The film won numerous awards at the Human Rights Film Festival in Geneva.
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You can watch this programme via Movies that Matter Festival. Read more about this festival here, and check out the other films we have selected.
Who made Shadow Game?
On 19 April, we’re talking to directors Eefje Blankevoort and Els van Driel. How were they able to follow these boys for three years? How did the film change them? And what do they hope to achieve? More info and reserve your spot here
Inez de Coo (1982) lives and breathes cinema. She studied at art academies in The Hague and London after which she began working as a professional contemporary video artist. During her Film and Photographic Studies she started researching the architecture of cinema. When she’s not working she’s discussing politics or trying to solve world problems. This hobby also reflects in her programming, resulting in a pick of exciting cinema and visual arts.
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