Andrew Herwitz’ Film Sales Company has added a fourth film to its International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) slate, the darkly comical U.N.ME.

Ami Horowitz and Mathew Groff’s film will receive its world premiere in competition at IDFA next month and explores the extent to which the United Nations has lived up to its founding mission to protect human rights abuses and reduce international conflict.

The film-makers shot for nearly five years and gained unprecedented access to present and former United Nations officers and visited international missions around the world.

The Film Sales Company represents worldwide rights.