August 3, 2023


The improvisation animation film tackles urgent earthly issues in a surrealistic and sometimes hilarious way, as seen by a lonely astronaut on the moon.

text, art, direction, camera, animation, edit, vfx, sfx Robin Noorda | astronaut puppet Jeroen Zijlstra 5 A.M. Studios | music Alfred Marseille | technique Paul Godschalk | sound editor Camiel Muiser | re-recording mixer  Jos van Galen | audio post studio Posta | graphic design Margot van de Stolpe | producers Tropism Art & Science Collective & Morphosis | executive producer seriousFilm
February 21, 2023


The filmmaker examines the public space in front of his house; a small, but also dynamic part of the city, where residents and visitors are looking for space since the 2020 lockdown. How do people move and relate to each other here, to the virus measures and to the place itself?

script, director, camera & editing Marco Niemeijer | music Alex Simu | sound design Selle Sellink & Mark Glynne | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund in the framework of Lockdown Cinema
November 16, 2022


Memories of a first love, with the idyllic coasts and forests of southern England as a backdrop, are inextricably linked to the history of a special children’s home that provided shelter for hundreds of Jewish refugees during the Second World War.

script | director Barbara Meter | personal assistant Wim Oudshoorn | directors of photography Guy Sherwin & Ewald Rettich | sound recordist Sam Simons | production Salina Sorgdrager | editor Dorith Vinken | VFX & grading Maaki Nurmeots | sound design Mark Glynne | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund, Amsterdam Fund for the Arts | a co-production with EO | commissioning editor Alfred Edelstein
October 30, 2022


DRIFTER, a modern astronaut, becomes detached from his space station.
While a mysterious green liquid keeps him alive, he’s taken into an infinite drift throughout the universe. Freed from time and space, DRIFTER is confronted with the void. When the futility of his existence forces him to leave behind dead weight, impending illusions are broken.

script Joost Jansen & Steven Dhoedt | director & animator Joost Jansen | animator Willem Stessen | line producer NL Edgar Kapp | director of photography Robijn Voshol | gaffer Otto Ligt | fluid art Jan Willem van der Schoot & Jeroen Henstra | composer & sound design Frederik Soete | supported by the Flemish Audiovisual Fund & Netherlands Film Fund & Tax Shelter programme of the Belgian Gouvernement | festival  distribution Kaboom Distribution Ursula van den Heuvel | a co-production with Visualantics, Brussels Steven Dhoedt



January 4, 2022

VR time travel (aka DUST)

VR time travel takes us to the end of the earth, to the moment that the Sun has burned up his very last hydrogen, and all life on Earth has come to an end, or has dispersed itself throughout the Universe.

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directors Floris Kaayk & Koert van Mensvoort | development coaching Simon Pummell | scientific coach Frans Snik | installation concept & design Maze de Boer | line producer Lies de Jager | producer Tim Hoogesteger | 3D assets Organism Studios Adriaan & Rik van Veldhuizen | sound design Wart Wamsteker | music Matthijs Verschure | programming Tijmen Meijer & Marcus Graf | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund, the Creative Industry Fund, Mondriaan Fund, Ministry of Education, Culture & Science, Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, City of Eindhoven, Province of Noord-Brabant, Vriendenloterij Fund, Regio Deal Brainport Eindhoven & STROOM Den Haag | a co-production with Next Nature
November 28, 2021

Darkness there and nothing more

Many years after the war, a young Bosnian woman, now a film maker invites two Dutchbat veterans to spend a one-on-one night with her in an empty theatre. From sunset to sunrise; to meet their demons.

script & director Tea Tupajiċ | director of photography Jean Counet | sound recordist Mark Schmidt | editor Albert Markus | sound design Roel Meelkop | creative producers André Schreuders & Marc Thelosen | co-producers Basalt Film, AS Film & seriousFilm | supported by the Droom & Daad foundation, City of Rotterdam (visual arts), and the Netherlands Film Fund
November 1, 2021

Asubha | GAKA

With ASUBHA, Aryan Kaganof gives his personal answer to GAKA, and shifts the focus of the film to Asubha meditation. With Asubha meditation you need to concentrate on an image of the body in various stages of decomposition. You need to relate that image to your own body as an antidote to lust and to eradicate attachment to your own body. The hedonist keeps pushing a boulder like Sisyphus, stuck in a lustful captivity without being aware. Giving in to hunger is satisfactory, yet, at long last, where does it lead to? ASUBHA allows you to create space for full or deep consideration; thoughtful observations; to reflect. ‘An opportunity – without the fear of dying or dissolution – to investigate the self via film.’

script Aryan Kaganof | initiated by Aryan Kaganof & Tomoko Mukaiyama | a film by Aryan Kaganof | director of photography Wiro Felix | sound Kees de Groot | sound design Hugo Dijkstal | music Maxim Shalygin & Tomoko Mukaiyama | music clearing Roy Bemelmans | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund, Arts Council Tokyo, Multus Foundation & Tomoko Mukaiyama Foundation
September 28, 2021

Thou shalt not kill – train hijack De Punt

…what happened during the train hijack De Punt?…

“The beginning of a case always seems hopeless, but that is never a reason not to start it.” A documentary about human rights lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld. Relatives impeach the Netherlands State for executing unarmed Molucan hostage takers. Liesbeth Zegveld assists them.

In co-production with KRO-NCRV | supported by the Netherlands Media Fund
script & director Koert Davidse | commissioning editor KRO-NCRV Jelle Peter de Ruiter
August 20, 2021

Little Ox

Under care of his mother famished Little Ox and the Ox herd move to the North. While travelling they are hunted by a pack of wolves. Their target is Little Ox.

script & directors Patrick Vandebroeck & Raf Wathion | production design Raf Schoenmaekers | 2D composites & gradig Barend Onneweer | music by Michel Banabila | sound design Wart Wamstekers | in co-production with Vanessa Jacob | supported by the Netherlands Film Fund, Flanders Audiovisual Fund, and the tax-shelter programme of the federal Belgian gouvernement