An Evening with The New York Times’ Op-Docs 2023
Opened Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Wed Dec 6 :Buy Tickets
Dirs. Justine Martin & Nikita Diakur in person for Q&A at 6:30
SHOWTIMES AT IFC CENTER
Wed Dec 06
- 6:30 pm Buy Tickets
Directors Justine Martin and Nikita Diakur in person for Q&A after the 6:30 p.m. screening.
Launched in 2011, Op-Docs is The New York Times’s editorial department’s Emmy award-winning forum for short, opinionated documentary films, produced with wide creative latitude and a range of artistic styles, covering current affairs, contemporary life and historical subjects.
AWAY (Director Ruslan Fedotow) – 28 min
After war broke out in Ukraine, Andrei and Alisa, two teenage refugees from Kharkiv, fled to Budapest. In Hungary, they express their pain and grief through protest art and comfort each other in a new place, away from their families.
OASIS (Director Justine Martin) – 12 min
Twins Raphaël and Rémi see their bond begin to crumble as they enter their teenage years. Rémi is growing up faster than Raphaël, who has a developmental disability. But during one last summer together, time seems to stand still.
RAMBOY (Directors Matthias Joulaud and Lucien Roux) – 29 min
Achill is an island populated mainly by sheep. Cian, a young teenager, hopes to spend the summer holidays with his friends. But for Martin, his grandfather, it’s time to introduce him to farm work.
BACKFLIP (Director Nikita Diakur) – 12 min
Nikita Diakur tried to do a backflip, and injured himself. With A.I. and a six-core processor, his avatar learns to do a backflip instead.
NEIGHBOUR ABDI – (Director Douwe Dijkstra) – 29 min
How can you understand a violent past? A Somali-born furniture designer and support worker reenacts his life – marked by war and criminality – with the help of his neighbor, a filmmaker.
- Running Time 105 minutes
- Distributor The New York Times Op Docs
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