The IDFA’s co-finance market reveals line-up, including projects from the US, New Zealand, Mexico, China, South Korea, and Canada, as well as Europe.

The 2010 Forum, the co-finance market of The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), has selected 52 projects, including 17 documentaries, for this year’s edition (22-24 November).

The market, which is held at Amsterdam’s Compagnietheater, will include projects from Havana Marking (Afghan Star), Dutch film-makers Ilse and Femke van Velzen (Fighting The Silence and Weapon Of War), well-known photographer Lauren Greenfield, and Raoul Peck, the Haitian documentary and feature director.

Additionally, Spanish director Adán Aliaga, who won the IDFA Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary in 2005 for My Grandmother’s House, and director Nick Broomfield (pictured), will discuss upcoming projects at round-table events.

According to the IDFA, about 90 percent of the projects presented at the FORUM are go on to be produced.