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A cinematic ‘relay race’ in which 10 men aged between 1 and 99 tell each other how to live.
A disarming and moving examination of a subject many of us can hardly imagine: sex at an older age.
9 Days portrays the first nine days of the rapidly changing uprising in Aleppo, observations recorded by the renowned Syrian photographer Issa Touma from his window in the old city.
In 900 DAYS, survivors of the 2nd World War Siege of Leningrad finally dare to talk about their personal memories.
If this piece of music had never been composed the lives of many people would have been fundamentally different.
Hedge-fund boss Sebastiaan inhabits a harsh world where major conglomerates hold all the cards. To succeed, therefore, he must be prepared to go all the way...
In order to meet future care demands for an elderly population suffering from the twin perils of loneliness and dementia, the ‘carebot' Alice has been developed.
The young and talented painter Aad Donker loses his grip on life in search of a lost paradise.
A quest without result for a street named Kapellekensbaan, the main location within L.P. Boons' literary masterpiece.
AMONG HORSES AND MEN is about the still, untouched moment of self-reflection in the life of prisoners.
A cinematic poem about four young creative women in an Egypt, where the dreams of the revolution have begun to unravel.
A film director reconstructs the murder of his sister-in-law.
Facing the advancing Antwerp docks, the village of Doel and its few remaining inhabitants struggle against the inevitable.
In search of virtual paradise.
An intimate and revealing portrait of a highly influential artist.
‘Going out and Risking Everything like This Is Really Important’ - René Redzepi.
Two very on-orthodoxe developed a method to tame unadapted adolescents.
In 2013 the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra toured the whole world to celebrate its 125th anniversary: 50 concerts spread over 6 continents.
Ingrid, Vicky and Sabrina cope with breast cancer in various forms.
Babaji is waiting for death to re-unite him with his wife.
After 65 years, Anneke embarks upon an inevitable confrontation with a past filled with taboos.
Traditional farmers within a remote village in Laos meet the outside world via the tourists that visit them.
Compared to a closed prison this is heaven. Compared with freedom, this is still hell
A film about the political machinations surrounding a handkerchief-sized piece of land.
BERLIN DIARY is a visual account of my observations in Berlin, focusing particularly on the city’s non-Germans.
Three interwoven storylines bound by a single theme: abalone poaching.
Behind the scenes and into the minds of the world's most famous Warcraft players.
Alex Pitstra is the child of a European mother and a Tunisian playboy father. The majority of his life his father was absent, but after more than twenty years Alex invites his half-sister Jasmin to travel to Tunisia with him.
As they attempt to share the air, will man manage to get his own way, or will nature have the final say in this battle for the skies?
A film about the blind lottery vendors in Spain who sell ‘illusions” every day.
Who determines the fate of the fox? Man or fox itself?
A film about boredom.
Is the smell of imported roses so sweet indeed?
The search for a better life in Europe, and the many borders that must be crossed to find it.
Poetry, the Russian mafia, suicide and love.
As a self appointed God Theo Jansen pursues an impossible dream. Making new life out of PVC tubes, tiewraps and sails. How far will he come with his fairytale?
Adventures of a Dutch expat in Cameroon.
The beauty and suffering of a country emerging from five decades of authoritarian rule as expressed through its poetry.
Three young men are about to become fathers - this film focusses on that the moment when their lives are going to change forever.
A home for the elderly has changed into a factory.
The story of a small village in a big universe.
12-year-old Che has a vivid imagination and loves creepy stuff.
Documentary about the blues, set in Clarksdale, Mississippi - birthplace of the Delta blues and second home of Theo Dasbach of the Rock & Blues Museum.
Nobody wants to fight kickboxer Chellina anymore because she is too good. Will she continue kickboxing or give up?
Two traumatized chimpanzees who, after years in solitary captivity, must learn to live with members of their own species again.
After years in solitary captivity, the chimpanzees in a Dutch rescue centre must learn to live with members of their own species again.
A film that shows how immigration has reshaped Europe since the 1950s.
A documentary that portrays the young Dutch cycling team, Argos-Shimano, that is desperate to show that winning is possible without doping.
Behind the closed doors of the contemporary funeral trade, a fascinating look at an ancient industry that is changing rapidly since the influx of more and more young women.
A documentary about the everyday life of children during and after the Japanese occupation of the former Dutch East Indies.
After WWII Indonesian Dutch were forced to repatriate to their original homeland: the Netherlands.
Documentary about the violent gang The Crips.
A confrontational look at the shared, and concealed, grief of Curaçao.
Six-year-old Aiden says goodbye to his father, a soldier in the US Army bound for Afghanistan.
Two Iranian sisters look to the future after they give new shape to their lives.
In the intimacy of the studio Peter Delpeut captures the dancers of the LeineRoebana company as they rehearse. A choreography of faces and glances: physical, intense, concentrated, extrovert.
Dating from 300 BC to the late 19th century, three historical accounts of Arctic travellers in search of the unknown, told in different shades of white.
DESTINATION BERLIN shows images from the lives of immigrants and a native ‘Berliner’. Though never 'at home', the foreigners say they can make a home anywhere.
A flash mob of elderly dancers at Dam Square in Amsterdam.
The story of a top Dutch racing pigeon who ends up in Beijing, told from the perspective of the bird.
The search for the writer of a mysterious diary that the filmmaker found on Ebay.
What runs deeper? The love for an animal or the love for its meat?
When her 88-year-old father moved home, estranged daughter Hella de Jonge acquired the legacy of her great aunt who survived the Nazi terror along with Hella's parents.
The writings of Henriette Roland Holst (1869–1952) give an insight into her deepest dilemmas; old images lead us through turbulent years.
Portrait of the autistic Hindu boy Drona.
A film about the successful and prosperous villagers of Bloemendaal, a city in the Netherlands.
When I was little I wanted nothing other than to become one thing: Rowan, my beautiful sister, who was two years my senior.
We enter the world of the miniature book...
Investigative documentary into the origin of food and the moral choices and dilemmas we are forced to confront.
How to help Congo's poor to benefit from Africa's poverty?
Bach’s St Matthew’s Passion has a profound impact on people’s lives.
A labyrinthine narrative in which people such as Peter Sellars, Emio Greco, Simon Halsey and painter Rinke Nijburg relate their special relationship with the music of Bach.
“Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing it is not fish they are after.”
- Henry David Thoreau
Tom Fassaert explores the history of his family, one that is characterized by conflict. His journey becomes complicated when his grandmother makes an unexpected confession.
The story of the only female passenger on the journey around the world of the Graf Zeppelin.
Personal anxiety disorders in the crowded city of Amsterdam.
FIGHTING FOR PEACE is about a boxing school in one of Rio’s most violent slums, which provides young people with an alternative to a life in the drug trade.
The youth documentary FLYING ANNE shows how Anne lives life with her tics. Tics that, in the end, she doesn’t want to lose either...
It takes devotion to teach kids that are facing deportation. It takes determination to teach kids arriving from a war zone.
The sea is the crucial space of globalization.
Anne Fee (10) forms a band with her mentally disabled housemates to perform at the neighbourhood BBQ. While writing a song about their future dreams, they wonder how very different their will futures be…
A film about how people deal with the financial crisis.
A film that shows the Dutch Immigration Service’s stringent selection procedure for political asylum in The Netherlands
Andy is 23 and living the good life within Shanghai's sparkling gay scene. But all the time he is on the hunt for a suitable lesbian girl to propose to.
We float above the plains of the Flevopolder, the last land reclamation project of the Dutch government. We see how farmers carry out their duties in that ordered landscape.
In prison Viggo wonders why he developed from a sensitive little boy into a merciless criminal. He decides to give up crime for good, and immerses himself into his past to avoid making the same mistakes again.
Giovanni (10) wants to compete in the Dutch Synchronized Swimming Championships, but this is considered a typical girls’ sport.
Composer Nader Mashayekhi dreams of a modern Iranian Philharmonic Orchestra. His dream becomes true - but then times change in Iran.
Behind a green screen, a foreigner journeys through an enchanting - yet turbulent - Brazil. A place where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, and where a gringo can only watch.
GREETINGS FROM ALEPPO introduces us to the lives and stories of everyday people, so that they don’t remain unknown to us and their stories will not be lost.
GROWN IN DETROIT shines light on an incredible effort that istaking place in Detroit.
They risked their lives for freedom after 500 years of colonialism. Now the Grannies struggle to live in a globalized Mozambique.
A mercilessly humorous portrait of the filmmaker who, in a desperate attempt to save her relationship, visits all her ex-boyfriends.
A haunting history, scarred by the war within South Sudan.
Hill of Pleasures shows the attempts to restore law and order in the favela and the reaction of the inhabitiants
Former child-soldier Kon receives asylum in Holland but guilt about the children he left behind turns his thoughts back to Sudan.
Can a 31 year-old HIV-positive woman find a man who wants to have children with her?
A fascinating journey through Western Europe’s largest delta land, in all of its mystery, breadth and beauty.
Frans Afman, together with producer Dino de Laurentiis, developed a system of financing that revolutionised the business of filmmaking in Hollywood.
Forced to leave his home for another country, Cyriaque Kouenou has ended up in a surreal no-man’s-land.
Give us land, you get peace
The story of a portrait...
A documentary about the Dutch soundscape. What does the Netherlands really sound like?
Joppe is a pretty thirteen-year-old girl who was born a boy.
The first generation of transsexuals, who had their sex change by the same ‘miracle doctor’,take stock of their lives.
Peter Schuster lives in an institution for the mentally handicapped. He is able to control his anger issues only by playing the drums and piano, but frequently something in his brain explodes, making him fly off the handle.
A wonderfully illogical insight into the life of a young woman suddenly forced to live life in a different way.
A tragicomic, deeply personal film about how a carefully managed fortune went up in smoke because of the financial crisis.
Two young brothers wander around in a big empty world without a clear destination. Along the way, society passes before their eyes. How do you relate to a world where you don’t seem to be part of?
A musical portrait of two Peruvian families who have a special bond with a donkey.
Poetic portrait of a Polish woman called Jadwiga, who is old, poor and has lived in many countries, including the Netherlands, but has now returned to Warsaw.
A film about musical control, explored through a clash between two maestros: Holland's best-known composer, Louis Andriessen, and chief conductor, Mariss Jansons.
Every year at The Ateliers ten young, talented artists get the opportunity to work in their own studio and discuss their work weekly with an established artistic talent.
An ode to the uncontrollable, irrational and insane parts of our existence, in the form of a cinematic immersion into the waves of sleep.
One of China’s most important modern composers, Guo Wenjing, feels a strong connection with the cultural tradition of his land.
Determined to do things the right way, we follow Chinese homosexuals Andy and Cherry in a desperate attempt to meet their parents’ expectations.
A film inspired by the work of photographer Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944), the inventor of colour photography in Russia.
The filmmaker creates an intimate portrait of her mother, who is diagnosed with starting dementia.
When it comes to fashion trends, there are no coincidences.
Music when played by violinist Janine Jansen comes straight from heaven. A top career, however, requires a lot of hard work.
Autistic teenager Jerome needs constant attention. How do his patient carers cope with his provocative and unpredictable behavior?
A team of art historians attempt to reveal the mysteries within the 25 existing paintings of Jheronimus Bosch.
Will Jordy ever escape the persistent narrow-mindedness he encounters as a transgender?
JUSTICE FOR SALE follows Claudine, a young and courageous human rights lawyer, in her struggle against judicial injustice in Congo.
A series of cases are heard before the juvenile judges, observed by the unobtrusive cameras of Mok and Uslu.
Coming-of-age film about Karsu Dönmez, star singer from Amsterdam who was discovered playing piano in her parents’ restaurant.
Documentary about attempts to reconstruct the past, based on the unsolved murder of American model Melissa Halstead in 1990.
Filmmaker and investigative journalist Geertjan Lassche joins a Dutch expedition to climb Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world. What drives these mountain climbers? How ruthless do you need to be?
Two centuries ago the 42-year-old Willem I accepted the Dutch Crown. How the Netherlands became one country, with one king and one constitution, is worth a film in itself.
In this voyeuristic documentary about love and violence we hear clips from a WhatsApp conversation between two lovers in the last months of their relationship.
A film about the urge to let go what you already have, and the creative search for what follows after.
For artist twins L.A.Raeven, life and work are intrinsically intertwined
An impressionistic view of immigration as a radical force across Europe, using archival footage.
An Inupiaq community about to be swallowed by the sea.
A feature-length documentary and an online transmedia experience offering a unique way to investigate Somali piracy - from many different perspectives.
Scientist and linguist Mark Janse discovers the Cappadocian language – previously assumed dead – a find that sends shockwaves through the world of academia.
A film about sexual violence as a weapon of war, the dangerous fight for justice, about shame and the (im)possibility of forgiveness in Colombia.
Reconstruction of the political drama around Ayaan Hirsi Ali that heralded the fall of the Dutch cabinet.
The Dutch music festival Lowlands Paradise is considered the mother of all ecclectic rock and culture festivals that are popping up around the globe today.
A letter unlocks the secrets of the ‘real’ Charlotte Salomon, deported to Auschwitz after creating her autobiographical masterpiece.
The complex relationship between the filmmaker Danniel's Aunt Tascha and her mother Enny, who is still traumatized by the death of her first daughters in Auschwitz.
Brechtje Jans (11) lives on a pig farm but fantasises about a life in the big city.
Documentary about the psychiatric treatment of 40 mentally ill prisoners in a longstay facility.
The sea between Sweden and Finland makes people forget the limitations of their everyday lives.
Three women have each lost something - but was the experience the same? Can the study of one kind of loss teach us about other kinds?
The inhabitants of the Camargue region have a deep-seated passion for the wild bull.
Louis' life as a travelling child living in a funfair comes to an end when he has to attend high school.
Can an arranged marriage result in true love?
Iranian brothers Icy and Sot leave for New York to exhibit their controversial street art, for the first time in total freedom. But in following their dream, they can never return to Iran.
Sisters doing it for themselves in Amsterdam's Red Light District.
Japanese Megumi Yokota was abducted by North Korean spies in 1977.
A film that offers an insight into the way the MH17 air disaster affected the lives of the Dutch people, as well as the lives of the villagers in Ukraine.
Documentary about the UN mission in Mali as seen through the eyes of a Dutch special forces colonel.
A documentary about five Dutch youngsters of Moroccan origin, filmed between 2003 and 2011.
A portrait of a man with a boundless passion. Jan Smeets is a control freak, for 45 years in charge of the oldest pop festival in the world, Pinkpop.
Adelheid Roosen portrays her mother with Alzheimer’s disease.
The life cycle of the mussel and the passionate individuals it encounters: not just biologists and fishermen, but also cooks and even a gynaecologist.
How far do you go with your pet in the battle against cancer?
A holiday without Wi-Fi turns out to be a revelation for Claudia (14). At last, no more Instagram pictures of her beautiful, successful and fun-loving friends.
The small-scale story of the family of director Yan Ting Yuen told within the large-scale context of China’s history, and the diaspora of its people.
Having struggled to survive in Europe from the age of nine, the Zimbabwean OG attempts to find balance in her life.
The film follows future naval officers at the Royal Netherlands Naval College during their first military initiation on the island of Texel, and on their first trip on a naval vessel in the Baltic Sea.
Nine years ago Naziha, a Moroccan-Dutch woman and mother of 10 children, made a drastic decision. She no longer wished to spend hours at the police station after one of her sons had caused trouble.
Set in a Belgian village, Flemish Bob and Walloon Marcel share their solitude, their sense of humour and their craving for alcohol.
Are we addicted to meat? Director Marijn Frank explores the dilemma between her love for meat and the rational arguments against meat products.
Director Carmen Cobos follows the Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra as they record Shostakovich's 5th Symphony.
The turbulent life of Sam Waagenaar, successfully moving from film industry work in the thirties to journalist, singer, actor, war correspondent, finally ending up as a photographer travelling the world after the war.
For years, filmmaker Sacha Polak has known that she carries the BRCA1 hereditary cancer gene, responsible for breast cancer, but she can't decide what to do.
A feature-length documentary about the fascinating and complicated process of rebuilding Holland’s most famous museum, the Rijksmuseum.
How an ordinary soldier became an icon for the Russian people: the story of saint Yevgeny and his mother.
At the heart of one of the most densely populated areas of Europe, lie the Oostvaardersplassen - a unique experiment in letting nature run its course.
Two Chinese tourists swap their megacity for the Dutch village of Giethoorn where the hosts work hard to provide for them the authentic Dutch experience.
Why do you have to do what everyone else does, and why look the same? Ninnoc struggles when she is in a group because she doesn't want to adapt to the ways of others. But nor does she want to be left out…
An elderly artist couple must say goodbye to life. Love and passion for art helps them endure their fate.
When the three sons of locked-in-syndrome sufferer Wim take over his care, each experiences, for the first time, a total dependence on the others.
THE OARSMEN captures the cadence of rowing, both in sound and image, focussing on Laurens ter Keurst (86), the oldest competitive rower in the Netherlands.
A film about the powerless who resist being consigned to oblivion.
While the US suffers a severe recession, some Americans are taking command of the situation by creating independent local economies.
Expedition to the life and work of the French - American composer Edgard Varèse.
Portraits of six people who have had a significant and positive influence on society through one small and non-violent act.
Fien de la Mar (1898-1965) was an actress whose extraordinary talent only brought her misery and misfortune.
Family bonds can become unbreakable chains, both supporting and suffocating.
The 49-year-old Kees is autistic and still lives with his parents who take care of him. Their love has given Kees the ability to blossom as a relatively independent grown-up.
About the German artist Anselm Kiefer
The rise, fall and resurrection of filmmaker Pim de la Parra, a crazy, controversial and creative genius.
In 2013 filmmaker Lieza Röben’s father died. Two years later she reconstructs the bewildering days before his euthanasia, together with her family.
On November 7 2007, an 18-year-old Finnish student shot dead eight people at the high school in Jokela, a small town north of Helsinki.
A kaleidoscope of images of the city and its people. The main characters are three immigrants and a native Berlin woman. The Slovenian 'butterfly man' sees Berlin as a hunting ground for insects.
Through dedication and reliance on the highest levels of craftsmanship, generations of horse breeders honed the unique horse - the Lipizzaner - towards perfection.
In his father’s archive David de Jongh stumbles upon a mine of forgotten reportage photography from the 50s and 60s.
As soon as Pien (10) found out that bees are almost extinct, she became a beekeeper. Despite her illness, for which she has to go to hospital regularly, she is determined to save the bees from dying out.
A Moroccan boy puts everything at stake to become the best skateboarder in the world.
Dutch-Egyptian artist Tarik Sadouma lives and works in Caïro. Before the revolution he directed video clips.
A film about gambling, winning and losing, based on the director’s memories of his father.
At a centuries-old Dutch estate, a gardener and an 85-year-old pruning master work passionately and painstakingly on perfecting the fruit trees and crops.
The underlying patterns of life in Indonesia.
A film in the shape of a Finnish Tango.
Putin’s Olympic Dream is about the rapid transformation of the city of Sochi.
Six Greenpeace pioneers now live a quiet life on the island Waiheke.
RAINMAKERS is an investigative documentary about the decline of China's environment
The story of the last real herring fishers of Holland.
The Amsterdam-based anarchist Provo movement had a shocking impact on Dutch society in the tumultuous sixties with their absurdist revolution.
Architecture is often seen from the outside, as an inanimate object represented in still imagery. REM exposes the human experience of architecture through dynamic film.
Greenaway’s criticism of today’s visual illiteracy.
A unique insight into the dealings of The Restitution Committee that decides upon ownership of artworks looted by the Nazis.
A rockumentary about friendship, growing up and the power of music.
Seven views of Naples.
Dutch minority co-production
The portrayal of the daily lives of three famous senior chimpanzees, inhabitants of retirement homes.
Hardly anyone in the Netherlands is aware that a life sentence in Holland literally means a whole life of imprisonment.
Autobiographical documentary in which the film maker investigates why she and her brothers and sister left their home country of Brazil.
Top chef Sergio Herman strives for perfection every day. Never giving up, always in the thick of it.
In advance of the 2014 World Cup Brazil is cleaning up its act, but beneath the facade, child prostitution is still prevalent in all its major cities.
The Hague's vice squad combats human trafficking and exploitation of prostitutes while dealing with the pressure of procedures and political policies.
Nigerian women, exploited as prostitutes in Europe, return home, filled with a renewed lust for life.
An epic journey for the viewer, through the darkness of memory, eventually to emerge into the light of a new day.
A documentary about boat refugees at the Italian Island of Lampedusa.
The life and work of Daniel Paul Schreber.
A film about the search for adventure and a sense of belonging.
A compelling story of two childhood friends, both in search of their family history in Eastern Europe.
Small local farmers are essential for food provision but are chased off their land by large multinationals that only produce for export, destroying the soil in the process.
Two Inuit girls are confronted by aggressive pollution.
A documentary about Keet, a ten-year-old girl, whose skateboarding skills have stood out in a skate-world dominated by boys.
A road/boat trip on the Yenisey River and through the endless taiga towards the Heart of Gold. What became of Fridtjof Nansens' land of the future, Siberia?
Henrike tries to overcome the frustrations of growing up as a Basque boy in Madrid by mastering the spectacular Basque sport of pelota.
Palestinian girl Niveen has to fight both Israeli checkpoints and her traditional brothers in order to play her favourite sport, soccer.
Chimit is a proud Tuvan wrestler who struggles against the Russian rule that destroyed his traditional nomad lifestyle.
Cinematic essay fusing observations of London's financial centre, the story of a psychotherapist and footage of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein at the US Senate Hearing.
“Blessed God says; Make war for this land. Conquer this land. So this is what I do”
Hebron Settler’s spokesman
A portrait of the lives and history of Leonardo and Anselmo who, 20 years ago, were the main characters in the documentary SOLO - THE LAW OF THE FAVELA.
A lively, melancholic tribute to the bandoneón – the beating heart of the tango - threatened with extinction.
Mazin, deaf from birth, looks forward to the operation that will allow him to hear. But how will all these new sounds change his life?
One day in the life of a Roma village, somewhere deep in Romenia.
Every day a Romanian woman stands by the wall of an Amsterdam jail to talk with her lover inside.
A documentary about poetry.
A fascinating look into the changing inner lives of young Orthodox Christians as they leave the sanctuary of high school and fly out into the world.
Feature documentary about Sandra Roelofs, a Dutch girl who became the First Lady of the exotic, but politically unstable, Georgia.
In post-conflict Sierra Leone, life continues on the once touristic but now deserted heavenly beaches of Lakka.
In today’s increasingly self-absorbed society and culture, how do we balance the fragile scale of self-love?
Over 5 years, Gerard Holthuis filmed the people around the River View Guest House in Talad Noi, Bangkok.
Street is about improvisation, recycling materials and the claiming of public space on a single fictional day in Jakarta. Unintentional compositions and repetition remind the viewer of installations or performance.
What does it take to express yourself? The surprising and moving story of Madonna’s most famous troupe of dancers.
Peter is thirty, sporty and stylish. He is also good at concealing his mental illness and social disorders. His dream is to lead a normal life, within normal society, with a wife and kids.
A pastor strolls through a modern suburb looking for signs of faith.
From the perspectives of a dozen diverse viewers, this documentary explores the ritual of watching film. How is the medium experienced by people with sensory impairments, strong religious beliefs, or love sickness?
Six students digitize the archive of the late Timothy Leary, granting his final wish for a “permanent home in cyberspace.”
Frans Bromet and his daughter Laura step into a controversial dialogue about society, ideals and responsibility.
What if death is not the end of life’s journey?
Joep (18), Anouska (23) and Ciska (21) are on a supervised youth tour to Blanes, a party place on the Spanish coast.
As a group of refugees tries to enter Europe illegally by boat, a storm suddenly appears and an old man falls overboard. His perception shifts into another dimension: a dark, hallucinatory place.
Creative talent Marijn (12) has recently been admitted to the preparatory program of the art academy.
Short documentary about forgotten moments.
Iggy Pop’s way of surviving as an individual in an impersonal world, based on Michel Houellebecq’s ‘To Stay Alive’, and on his own experiences in rock. Did they help each other to survive?
Cuba knows Mariela Castro - Raul's daughter and Fidel's niece - as the champion of gay rights. Under her inspiring guidance, the state recently started a treatment programme for Cuban transgenders.
Every Tuesday is D-day, when the art students of The Ateliers receive feedback on their work by well-known artists.
A road-movie through the slums of the soul.
When a vampire drinks the blood of a defenceless girl, women sigh. A short documentary on the contemporary hype around sexy vampire heroes.
Unravelling the extraordinary and mysterious impact of Johannes Vermeer in our day and age.
Dr. Sami, the vet of Palestine’s only zoo, wants international recognition in order to improve his establishment. But he will need the help of the Israelis…
A filmmaker returns to Kenya to rediscover the enchanting world of his youth.
A feud that has split his own Jewish family leads filmmaker Frans Bromet to a new understanding of the ongoing conflict in Israel.
A portrait of the patients of a hospital seen through a cat’s eyes.
What do we do if a country does not stick to the agreement it signed? In 2005, after lengthy negotiations, an agreement was concluded between Belgium and the Netherlands concerning the Western Scheldt.
The story of a rapidly increasing group, the poor whites in South Africa.
What do you do when, after years of struggling, the residence permit finally arrives? A fascinating documentary about human resilience.
An arresting documentary about the curious relationship between man and the wild boar.
Some call him a racist, others adore him. This film attempts to find out why politician Wilders is so popular.
The changing landscape of the Dutch Island Tiengemeten froma a personal view.
In a village in the Dutch countryside two groups of eighth graders compete to create the most beautiful wool float of the year.
An essay on the insignificance of life and the role played by chance.
A documentary that follows outreach social workers who must intervene in the lives of their patients, and asks the question, ‘how far should social work go?'
The struggles and triumphs of 26 teenagers who dream of being international wrestling champions, while facing the usual challenges of adolescence in Turkey.
As a skateboarder Tim (23) now has the chance to leave his dark past behind him and build an international career.