2015

2015

regie: Robert Oey

In this film, director Robert Oey unveils the process of the Dutch purchase of the Joint Strike Fighter, the new fighter plane. Starting in the beginning of the nineties and ending with the final decision by the Dutch Minister of Defence.

regie: Saskia Gubbels

The documentary 0.8 Amps of Happiness closely portrays three patients who are being treated with Electro Convulsion Therapy (ECT) for their depression or psychosis. Saskia Gubbels shows how these illnesses keep both the protagonists as well as their families in a dark pit. From this...

regie: Erik de Bruyn

A personal quest for the origins, secrets and magic of hit songs: worldclass songs from the Dutch band Racoon - a band that is always trying to write songs that come close to perfection.

regie: Dirk Jan Roeleven

A heartfelt search for Ben Ali Libi, the main character in an iconic poem of the Dutch poet Willem Wilmink. This documentary chronicles the larger story of the Holocaust by means of the gripping fate of the renowned magician Prof. Ben Ali Libi. On June 20, 1943, during a raid of the Germans in...

regie: Ingeborg Jansen

In the Netherlands, the final year of elementary school means turmoil for the pupils and their parents. There is no escape from the pressure on children to score as high as possible on tests to get into the best secondary schools. Parents who can afford it pay for as many private lessons as...

regie: Jaap van Hoewijk

Courtrooms are in pursuit of truth. Judges look suspects in the eyes, citizens stand face to face with the state. These aren’t cases that attract slick lawyers, TV cameras or crowded public galleries. On the contrary, they lack any trace of glamour. Yet it is here that life itself files past...

regie: Claudia Lisboa

"The revolution took away the fear. We learned we can change things if we want to." This was Nada Ahmed's experience of the revolution that deposed Mubarak in 2011 and that's when she decided to make her old dream come true: work with children's theatre.  The country is paralyzed by political...