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The story of world famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher based on more than 1000 letters, diaries and lectures he wrote during his lifetime.
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.
A playfully edited documentary investigating the disappearance of a man who proves to have left behind something more special than just a mystery.
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.
A documentary about the passionate translators of the book The Little Prince by Saint-Exupéry, who fight for the preservation of their forbidden languages.
An ode to the teacher that every child deserves.
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.
Dutch minority co-production.
Kunal might be blind… but that does not mean he lacks confidence! In this light-hearted film we see him lure the nicest girl in his class into a singing competition and try his best not to scream while he sings.
An exploration of the promises and the complexities of Artificial Intelligence in today's world.
A topical investigation into the intriguing life of female impressionist artist Berthe Morisot
Juggling obligations and opportunities, Amber creates a home for all free spirits in her House of the Vineyard. Within the Dutch ballroom dancing scene she takes care of the ‘kids’ in her house, providing them with the freedom she didn’t have growing up herself.
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.
Can a theater performance on a floating stage in a Nigerian slum break the culture of silence about women's violence and oppression?
Adelheid Roosen portrays her mother with Alzheimer’s disease.
Dutch minority co-production.
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.
Nowadays more children grow up in a non-traditional family set-up. What are the causes of this? And what are the effects on these children?
Having struggled to survive in Europe from the age of nine, the Zimbabwean OG attempts to find balance in her life.
A search for the unknown boy who was photographed in 1937 sitting between two classmates, the future film legends Ennio Morricone and Sergio Leone.
A cinematic experiment in which the filmmaker investigates the confines of documentary, fiction and reality tv. For a certain amount of time. He wants to direct the life of a male peer.
The candid stories of Japanese people who considered suicide but changed their minds thanks to a Zen priest and his holistic approach to therapy.
Non-functioning milking robots plummet farmer Johan into a downward spiral. Will he surmount and secure his legacy or will he lose everything?