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TIM by Rolf van Eijk
T.I.M.

T.I.M.

A story about an unusual friendship.

Eleven-year-old Tibor has only one friend: his outdated house robot T.I.M. When his father replaces the faulty robot, Tibor manages to save T.I.M. from destruction. Together they set out
for the mythical robot maker Hector Sammler, who is rumoured to live in the far north in an ancient lighthouse. During their adventurous quest through unchartered territory, T.I.M.
continues to fall apart and their journey ends in a race against the clock to reach Hector in time.

90’ / DCP / colour

Genre: family
Original title: T.I.M.
Prod: Dutch Mountain Film (NL)
Co-prod: AVRO (NL)       
Sc: Bastiaan Tichler           
D.O.P.: Martijn van Broekhuizen
Completed: December 2013       
Language: Dutch 
Cast: Dyon Wilkens, Claudia Kanne, Eva van der Gucht (EVERYBODY’S FAMOUS, COOL KIDS  DON’T CRY), Bas Keijzer (NOVA ZEMBLA, BLACK OUT).       

Festivals and awards a.o:
Vittorio Veneto Film Festival (Italy) - Piccoli Competition and Santa Augusta Competition, Award for Best Film in the +Piccoli category (6-7 years)
Galicja - Krakow International Children's Film Festival
FESTROIA - Setubal International Film Festival
FIFEM - Montreal International Children’s Film Festival
Ale Kino - Poznañ International Young Audience Film Festival
FEBIOFEST - Prague International Film Festival
TIFF Kids International Film Festival Toronto
LE CARROUSEL International Film Festival Rimouski
Cinemagi World Film Festival Belfast
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
Cine Jeune Film Festival (France)
Cinema in Sneakers (Warsaw)
Filmfest Munchen
Seoul Inetrnational Youth Film Festival
Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival
Other Worlds Austin - Best Feature Director and Best Cinematography
Karelian International Film Festival - Best Feature Film

Rolf van Eijk:
First feature film.
CODE ONE (2012, short), INSIDE (2011, TV film), HEAVEN ABOVE HOLLAND (2007, TV film).

Dutch Mountain Film
Ph: +31 20 688 1843
info@dutchmountainfilm.nl
www.dutchmountainfilm.nl

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