March 1, 2023
An essay about the difference in which our 2 hemispheres experience the world. These 2 worlds are depicted and interwoven by means of fictional scenes, interviews, documentary images and a soundscape. A portrait of the paradox that seems to dwell in us, which questions the essence of The Enlightenment: that we can predict or replace experiences with our thinking ability.
script | director | Maaike Anne Stevens | script-coach Ingrid van Tol | research & production Erika Roux | director of photography Peter Mann | sound design Stephan Blumenschein | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund
December 17, 2022
In a procession, the hunter is carried to his grave by the animals he threatened until recently. When it dawns on them that they have been freed from their oppressor and can master his dogs, their moods change dramatically.
script | director | animator Lucette Braune | music Gustav Mahler | distribution by Kaboom distribution Ursula van den Heuvel | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund
December 3, 2022
Branko obsessively trails his brother through Belgrade, trying to fathom his unusual behavior, but realizes along the way that he himself is the strange one, an observer, an apparition.
Branko keeps walking and leaves the city behind, passing through landscapes and borders on his way to somewhere else: a place where everyone and everything has a story to share.
script & director Dane Komljen | director of photography Ivan Markovic | a co-production with DART FILM & VIDEO Natasa Damjanovic, Marletti Armin Hadzic, Flaneur Films Zsuzanna Kiraly | distribution by Windmill Film Distribution, Megocom Films | supported by the Film Center Serbia, Hubert Bals Fund / Netherlands Film Fund, Media Plus, Megacom, Sarajevo Ministry of Culture & Sports
October 22, 2022
Despite its intrinsic horror, what makes war so addictive? In War Fever, we look with armed forces, aid workers and photographers who voluntarily travel to the front, over the edge of the abyss, into the dark caverns of the human soul.
script & director Ineke Smits | co-scenarist Jeroen Stout | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund
April 6, 2022
A family in a semi-utopian town, in an undefined country, is torn by war, socio-political instability and superstition. They take refuge in imaginary worlds: they dance to fight ghosts, turn funerals into celebrations and plan a tunnel through the earth, all to counter the trauma of disappearances, possession and death.
produced by near/by film Manon Bovenkerk | script & director Sara Rajaei | director of photography Reinier van Brummelen | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund in the framework of De Verbeelding (The Imagination) programme | production coaching by seriousFilm
December 11, 2021
Die wrede relaas van Vuilgat en Stilte
An ominous journey through a feverish dreamworld where nothing is forbidden. When they finally opened the cave, on the third day after the stoning, her body was gone.
In a world where nothing is what it seems, true love means the torture never stops.
script & director Aryan Kaganof | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund in the framework of the Thuthuka programme
November 28, 2021
Nostalgia for the future
A film based on the life and work of director Chris Marker. A documentary essay about memory, history, nostalgia and how images of the past shape our future. The essence of the archive as the fundament of our collective memory itself is being questioned.
script & director Brecht Debackere| editor Beppe Leonetti | sound design Wiebe de Boer | music Niels Borrey | supported by the Flemish Audiovisual Fund, Netherlands Film Fund & Fondo per l’Audiovisivo del Friuli Venezia Giulia | a co-production with Visualantics (Brussels) Steven Dhoedt | international sales Cat ‘n Docs Catherine Le Clef | film distribution Windmill Film Distribution Annemiek van der Hell & Wallie Pollé
March 17, 2021
Is there a connection between the poster that Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo designed at the age of 29 (and at the same time made him world famous) and the most recent painting he recently made at the age of 84? Two childhood friends make an attempt.
script & director Koert Davidse | research, translations & photography Hiko Uemura | supported by the City of Rotterdam | visual arts & IAAF foundation
December 11, 2020
Dandan is a free man
Young writer Dandan ends up in prison. Waiting for days in the dim cell puts Dandan in a deeper state of mind. The alienating interrogations by Prosecutor Elders evolve into profound discussions about art and society. An encounter with the mysterious cellmate Laponder leads to an unexpected turnaround.
script | director André Schreuders | script coaching Miryam van Lier | creative producer Tim Leyendekker | supported by Netherlands Film Fund