A musical roadmovie about Nina, who discovers after the death of her great love, truckdriver Boris, he led a double life. Struggling with her feelings she comes to an almost unforgivable deed, and flees. She submerges into the truckers scene – not capable to express herself, except by singing.
De Prooi is based on Jeroen Smit’s bestseller by of the same name and tells the story of the rise and fall of ABN AMRO CEO Rijkman Groenink. His ruthless, ambitious plan to make the bank one of the five largest banks in the world quickly proves an incredibly high-risk strategy. Big takeovers cost the bank more than expected, and bring in less.
In their second year at the Film Academy in Amsterdam, editor Imre Reutelingsperger (now working at Filmmore Amsterdam) and director Mees Peijnenburg were matched for their annual project. It turned out to be a golden combination. …
Finnish director Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää and Director of Photography Pietari Peltola graded their film They Have Escaped at Filmmore Amsterdam with colourist Martin Klein. Asking about their film, we found out about using natural light and the challenges of managing shots with six people in a car. …
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An unexpected journey
World famous film editor Walter Murch, was in the midst of editing a film when I had the fabulous opportunity to join him on the Skywalker Ranch. So for me the first week of February 2014 turned out to be an unforgettable week, a dream come true.
Chez Nous, a Mission Impossible?
Chez Nous is a story about friendship focussing on a group of friends who resort to a Mission Impossible-style diamond heist to save their favourite café from bankruptcy. This heist is set against the backdrop of Amsterdam’s famous canal parade. Of course, some pretty impossible stuff has to happen to make all of this possible – and this is where the VFX come in.
Do you like it RAW?!
Remember shooting your feature on film stock? For most of us it’s a long time ago and some of us even forgot how 35 mm negative looks like. The digital age has taken over, cinema’s are projecting computer files and all we worry about are the hard drives that carry our precious content. Strange how things have changed in so little time.