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EYE EXHIBITION: A TALE OF HIDDEN HISTORIES

20-02-2019  EYE EXHIBITION: A TALE OF HIDDEN HISTORIES

Associate curator Marente Bloemheuvel explains the rationale behind the latest EYE exhibition, running March to May 2019.... - Read more
Awards for Dutch films at Berlinale

18-02-2019  Awards for Dutch films at Berlinale

Three Dutch youth films in Generation competition receive prizes... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: DUTCH CO-PRODUCTIONS

11-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: DUTCH CO-PRODUCTIONS

This year's Berlinale is full of features from filmmakers all around that world that have Dutch producers on board. Some are documentaries, some are dramas, but each one has a Dutch imprint. Geoffrey Macnab reports.... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: YULIA AND JULIET

11-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: YULIA AND JULIET

Set in a 21st century youth detention centre, Zara Dwinger's short film Yulia and Juliet, selected for Berlin Generation, is a modern interpretation of Shakespeare's tale of desperate young love...... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: EXTRAORDINARY SUMMER

11-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: EXTRAORDINARY SUMMER

Nick Cunningham talks to feature debutant director Steven Wouterlood about My Extraordinary Summer With Tess, selected for Berlin Generation Kplus.... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: RETROSPEKT

10-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: RETROSPEKT

The collaboration between artist and composer Dan Geesin and filmmaker Esther Rots stretches back to the late 1990s, when they worked together on The Garden (1998), then a series of Esther's short films followed by Can Go Through Skin (2009).... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: GOLDIE

09-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: GOLDIE

Sam de Jong spent two years writing and researching his second feature Goldie in the US, writes Geoffrey Macnab. The new work is selected for Berlin Generation 14plus.... - Read more
BERLINALE 2019: Dutch Talents

08-02-2019  BERLINALE 2019: Dutch Talents

Producer Loes Komen, Stefanie Kolk and Hugo Emmerzael will representat The Netherlands at Berlinale Talents 2019.... - Read more
IFFR 2019: CAMINO, A FEATURE LENGTH SELFIE

31-01-2019  IFFR 2019: CAMINO, A FEATURE LENGTH SELFIE

When you go for a 1600km walk on your own, you're bound to find out a lot about yourself.... - Read more
IFFR 2019: INNER LANDSCAPE

30-01-2019  IFFR 2019: INNER LANDSCAPE

Inner Landscape is the second of four films that Frank Scheffer is making about the way that traditional music cultures are disappearing fast all over the world, writes Geoffrey Macnab.... - Read more
IFFR 2019: MIEL-EMILE

29-01-2019  IFFR 2019: MIEL-EMILE

To make his previous documentary, The Life of JeanMarie, Peter van Houten spent several years high in the Pyrenees, following a Dutch pastor who looked after 25 rural parishes in the area, writes Geoffrey Macnab.... - Read more
IFFR 2019: GOD ONLY KNOWS

28-01-2019  IFFR 2019: GOD ONLY KNOWS

Mijke De Jong's new feature God Only Knows expresses in wry, comic fashion the near despair that one middle-aged, middleclass Dutch man on medication feels at the general plight of humanity. ... - Read more
IFFR 2019: BLOODY MARIE

27-01-2019  IFFR 2019: BLOODY MARIE

Bloody Marie, the eagerly awaited second film of Guido van Driel, co-directed by Lennert Hillege, world-premieres in IFFR Limelight. The director talks to Nick Cunningham about drunks, rooftops and animating Amsterdam. ... - Read more
IFFR 2019: HBF 30TH ANNIVERSARY

27-01-2019  IFFR 2019: HBF 30TH ANNIVERSARY

Now in its 30th year, IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund (HBF) continues to define the identity of International Film Festival Rotterdam, writes Geoffrey Macnab.... - Read more
IFFR 2019: THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE

26-01-2019  IFFR 2019: THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE

In Clara van Gool's adaptation of Henry James' The Beast in the Jungle, the drama is played out in the medium of dance, and set across many eras.... - Read more