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IDFA 2018: Stones Have Laws

15-11-2018  IDFA 2018: Stones Have Laws

Artistic duo Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan's Stones Have Laws , pulls back the curtain on the Maroon communities living in the forests of Suriname, the former Dutch colony which today is South America's smallest independent country. ... - Read more
IDFA 2018: Now Something is Slowly Changing

15-11-2018  IDFA 2018: Now Something is Slowly Changing

mint film office's Now Something Is Slowly Changing, selected for IDFA Feature-length and Dutch Competitions, is a minimalist reflection on the business of personal growth and develop ment. ... - Read more
IDFA 2018: Interview with Orwa Nyrabia

14-11-2018  IDFA 2018: Interview with Orwa Nyrabia

"To my surprise, it is much less stressful than I expected," Orwa Nyrabia says of his early experiences as artistic director of International Doc Fest Amsterdam (a position he took up at the end of January). ... - Read more
IDFA 2018 Opening: Kabul, City in the Wind

13-11-2018  IDFA 2018 Opening: Kabul, City in the Wind

Filmmaker Aboozar Amini's Kabul, City in the Wind, which opens IDFA 2018, plunges spectators into the heart of the Afghan capital through the lives of a bus driver and a young boy who manages to find pleasure amid the debris of conflict. ... - Read more
Maria Ramos Retrospective in Montreal

09-11-2018  Maria Ramos Retrospective in Montreal

Maria Ramos honoured with retrospective at Montreal... - Read more
Four Dutch (co)-productions at Geneva Film Festival

01-11-2018  Four Dutch (co)-productions at Geneva Film Festival

Four (co-)productions from The Netherlands are selected for the 24th Geneva International Film Festival that runs from 2 to 10 November.... - Read more
Sandra den Hamer's Keynote

19-10-2018  Sandra den Hamer's Keynote

The Lumière Festival’s International Classic Film Market(MIFC) kicked off in Lyon on Tuesday with a keynote address by Sandra Den Hamer, director of the Netherlands’ Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam.... - Read more
Nanouk Leopold retrospective

16-10-2018  Nanouk Leopold retrospective

The Dutch auteur honoured at the upcoming Thessaloniki Film Festival ... - Read more
Cinekid: Welcome to the Jungle

16-10-2018  Cinekid: Welcome to the Jungle

This year's Cinekid is inviting its professional delegates to venture on a safari deep into the tangled world of media.... - Read more
8th Dutch Filmweek in Havana

16-10-2018  8th Dutch Filmweek in Havana

This week the 8th edition of the Dutch Filmweek (8ta Semana de Cine Holandés) starts in Havana, Cuba.... - Read more
Fragment of an Empire at BFI London

12-10-2018  Fragment of an Empire at BFI London

Eye Filmmuseum's restoration of Fragment of an Empire (in close cooperation with the San Francisco Silent Film Festival and Gosfilmofond)... - Read more
Dutch Docs and Animation at Dok Leipzig

11-10-2018  Dutch Docs and Animation at Dok Leipzig

Dutch docs and animation are well represented at DOK Leipzig this year. No less than nine Dutch films and projects have been selected for the International Documentary and Animation Film Festival in Leipzig, Germany.... - Read more
Dutch films at Rome Film Fest

10-10-2018  Dutch films at Rome Film Fest

Light as Feathers by Rosanne Pel and An Impossibly Small Object by David Verbeek have been selected for the upcoming Rome International Film Festival... - Read more
A NOVEL APPROACH - Stijn Bouma

05-10-2018  A NOVEL APPROACH - Stijn Bouma

Geoffrey Macnab talks to talented Dutch filmmaker Stijn Bouma, whose films thus far have been informed by two cornerstones of the classical literary canon.... - Read more
Europe! Voices of Women in Film

03-10-2018  Europe! Voices of Women in Film

It's a long way to travel but Dutch filmmakers who've taken part in the Sydney Film Festival's Europe!... - Read more