October 19, 2017

Garden of Life @ IDFA 2017

Garden of Life, a documentary by Marco Niemeijer on Alzheimer’s is selected – in Dutch competition for long documentary – for IDFA and will premiere on Sunday afternoon November 19, 2017, at 15:00hrs in Munt 9, Amsterdam.

September 2, 2017

To Stay Alive – a method nominated for 2 ‘Gouden Kalveren’

To Stay Alive – a method by Lieshout | Hagers | van Brummelen is nominated for 2 ‘Gouden Kalveren’ at the Netherlands Film Festival. The nominee categories are; for ‘best long documentary’, and for ‘best camera’.

The festival takes place from September 20, untill September 29, the awards ceremony is on Friday September, 29 2017 during the ‘L’Or Gouden Kalveren Gala’.

August 24, 2017

To Stay Alive – a method on NPO Cultura

‘To Stay Alive – a method’ by Lieshout | Hagers | van Brummelen is screened on NPO Cultura (French and English spoken, with Dutch subtitles, 58mins version), Tuesday August 29, at 20:30hrs, Thursday August 31, at 16:05hrs.

August 24, 2017

Dinner with Murakami @ NPO Cultura

Yan Ting Yuen’s documentary ‘Dinner with Murakami’ from 2007 on Japanese writer Haruki Murakami is screened on NPO Cultura (Japanese, English spoken, with Dutch subtitles): Tuesday August 22, at 22:05hrs, Thursday August 24, 18:55hrs.

August 22, 2017

Melanie selected for DOK Leipzig

Melanie by Susanne Helmer is selected for DOK Leipzig 2017. The programme schedule has not been published as yet (August 22, 2017), please click here for the festival website.

August 19, 2017

Dick Verdult – It Is True But Not Here @ Festival Latino Americano Rotterdam

On Thursday, August 24 ‘Dick Verdult – It Is True But Not Here’ will be screened at the Festival Latino Americano Rotterdam, followed by a perfomance by Dick El Demasiado. Both presentations take place in Lantaren Venster, Rotterdam. For more programme information click here.

August 16, 2017

Dick Verdult – It Is True But Not Here @ Margaret Mead Film Festival

Luuk Bouwman’s ‘Dick Verdult – It Is True But Not Here’ is selected for the Margaret Mead Film Festival, New York, USA

The American Museum of Natural History’s Margaret Mead Film Festival screens documentaries that increase our understanding of the complexity and diversity of the peoples and cultures that populate our planet. The Mead Festival has evolved with the times while maintaining its important history and has grown steadily to reflect the ever-evolving incarnations of storytelling, technology and growing access to communities near and far. The Mead Festival presents the best in documentary, experimental films, animation, hybrid works, and more

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July 29, 2017

the Gap wins @ SICAF

Animated short ‘The Gap’ by director Patrick Vandebroeck wins the Grand Prize for Animated Short Films @ SICAF 2017 in Seoul, South Korea

July 21, 2017

broadcasting TO STAY ALIVE – a method

On August 1, VPRO television broadcasts the television version – 58 minutes – of ‘TO STAY ALIVE – a method’ on Dutch Public National Television, in English and French, with Dutch subtitles