UPDATE: The program times and screenings are now available online here or below. Please note that the first entry on the schedule is theater, second is date, third is time.
|Munt 10||Mon 21-11||19:45||tickets|
|Munt 11||Tue 22-11||12:45||tickets|
|Munt 12||Wed 23-11||14:00|
|Tuschinski 5||Fri 25-11||16:30||tickets|
|Brakke Grond Rode Zaal||Sun 27-11||12:15||tickets|
NEWSWIRE: Danish documentarist Pernille Rose Grønkjær‘s Love Addict documentary was selected for the International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam (IDFA), one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world for documentaries. The festival, which will be held from November 16 to November 27, will feature over 250 of this year’s hottest documentaries. The festival is open to anyone and guest passes and tickets can be purchased here. The IDFA site also has hotel recommendations in the area for visitors. There will be at least two screenings of Love Addict, both of which will be followed by a Q&A sessions, not only for the producer and director, but the stars of the film, as well. Eliza, Christian and Tracy, three individuals whose stories all unfold in Love Addict, will be in Amsterdam from November 21 to November 23.
Love Addict is a film that follows the lives of several individuals who are addicted to their relationships. For more information, please read a review here.
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Will I have access to this movie here in the US?
After they screen the film in Amsterdam I believe it can then be openly shared (i.e. sold, whereever a distributor plans to distribute it). In other words, if there’s an American distributor (anyone of these guys http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_film_distributors_by_country#United_States) who attends the festival and likes the film, they can make an offer to buy it and bring it to US for sale. So, to answer your question, it may be accessible in US after its screening in November, but there’s no guarantee. What’s more likely to happen is it will go through a few more international film festivals until it makes its way to one in the States where it is then picked up by a television network like Oprah’s OWN or Lifetime. I’ll definitely let everyone know when it ARRIVES 🙂