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Dutch films day by day

WEDNESDAY MAY 12
THE SECOND MEMORY by Bea Visser
17:03 SFC - the Short Film Corner

A photographer's model, from found photos taken in the early fifties in Prague, was brought back to life (11 min.).

Dir: Bea de Visser
Prod: Bea de Visser


THURSDAY MAY 13
A FATHER'S AFFAIR by Maarten Treurniet
9:30 Palais D - Market Screening
Some things you have to say, no matter how difficult. Some things you can't say, no matter how necessary (drama - 105 min.).

Dir: Maarten Treurniet
Prod: 24fps features


THE EMPEROR'S WIFE (co-production) by Julien Vrebos
13:30 Riviera 3 - Market Screening
After six happy years of marriage, the beloved Empress hasn't given birth to an heir. Secretly an innocent virgin is being prepared to replace her (drama - 95 min.).

Dir: Julien Vrebos
Prod: Staccato Films, Fu Works, co-producers Spice Factory, Delux, Terras

INTERVIEW by Theo van Gogh
15:30 Palais D - Market Screening

Unwillingly, a quality-newspaper-reporter has to interview the most popular actress of the country (drama -88 min.).

Dir: Theo van Gogh
Prod: Column Productions

FRIDAY MAY 14
YOUNG KEES (co-production) by André van Duren
11:30 Palais C - Market Screening

The story of a daydreaming schoolboy who develops into an adventurous young man, set in Amsterdam 1895 (family film - 96 min.).
Dir: André van Duren
Prod: Sigma Pictures Productions, co-producer T. Glinwood


THE LAST VICTORY by John Appel
18:00 Palais G - Market Screening

The passionate struggle of an Italian community in Siena to win the town's annual event (documentary - 88 min.).

Dir: John Appel
Prod: Cobos Films


THE HORSELESS PRINCE by Tim Oliehoek
20:00 Espace Miramar - 6th Kodak European Showcase for New Talents
7-year-old Pim is fascinated by fairy tales, especially 'Snow White'. When his mother dies in a tragic accident, Pim hopes to wake her up with a magical kiss... (13.35 min.).

Dir: Tim Oliehoek
Prod: Fu Works Productions

HEADRUSH (co-production) by Shimmy Marcus
22:00 Star 4 - Market Screening

A crazy caper/crime comedy about two young stoners orbiting society in a haze of dope and dreams (85 min.).

Dir: Shimmy Marcus
Prod: Zanzibar Films, co-producers Ipso Facto Films, IJswater Films

SATURDAY MAY 15
YOUNG KEES (co-production) by André van Duren
9:30 Palais C - Market Screening

The story of a daydreaming schoolboy who develops into an adventurous young man, set in Amsterdam 1895 (family film - 96 min.).

Dir: André van Duren
Prod: Sigma Pictures Productions, co-producer T. Glinwood


SHOUF SHOUF HABIBI! by Albert ter Heerdt

10:00 Arcade 2 - Market Screening

A refreshing comedy about Moroccan immigrants trying to find their place in Dutch society (89 min.)

Dir: Albert ter Heerdt
Prod: Theorema Films

THE EMPEROR'S WIFE (co-production) by Julien Vrebos
13:30 Riviera 7 - Market Screening
After six happy years of marriage, the beloved Empress hasn't given birth to an heir. Secretly an innocent virgin is being prepared to replace her (drama - 95 min.).

Dir: Julien Vrebos
Prod: Staccato Films, Fu Works, co-producers Spice Factory, Delux, Terras


PHILEINE SAYS SORRY by Robert Jan Westdijk
13:30 Palais I - Market Screening
At the point of losing Max to her best friend, Phileine learns the true meaning of love (drama - 90 min.).

Dir: Robert Jan Westdijk
Prod: Motel Films, Fu Works, co-producer BNN Television


SOUTH (co-production) by Martin Koolhoven
15:30 Riviera 7 - Market Screening
A psychological drama and intense character study about a woman who gets entangled in her struggle for love and slowly loses contact with reality (88 min.).

Dir: Martin Koolhoven
Prod: Isabella Fims, co-producers CosmoKino, Zentropa, NPS Television

SUNDAY MAY 16
THE STRATOSPHERE GIRL (co-production) by M X Oberg
9:30 Riviera 3 - Market Screening

The stratosphere girl blends European storytelling with Japanese anime cartoon power into a stylized action-mystery (drama - 85 min.).

Dir: Matthias X. Oberg
Prod: Pandora Filmproduction, co-producer Motel Films

INTERVIEW by Theo van Gogh
17:30 Arcades 3 - Market Screening

Unwillingly, a quality-newspaper-reporter has to interview the most popular actress of the country (drama -88 min.).

Dir: Theo van Gogh
Prod: Column Productions

MONDAY MAY 17
THE LAST VICTORY by John Appel
9:30 Palais F - Market Screening

The passionate struggle of an Italian community in Siena to win the town's annual event (documentary - 88 min.).

Dir: John Appel
Prod: Cobos Films

PHILEINE SAYS SORRY by Robert Jan Westdijk
13:30 Palais H - Market Screening
At the point of losing Max to her best friend, Phileine learns the true meaning of love (drama - 90 min.).

Dir: Robert Jan Westdijk
Prod: Motel Films, Fu Works, co-producer BNN Television

HEADDRUSH (co-production) by Shimmy Marcus
15:30 Palais J - Market Screening

A crazy caper/crime comedy about two young stoners orbiting society in a haze of dope and dreams (85 min.).

Dir: Shimmy Marcus
Prod: Zanzibar Films, co-producers Ipso Facto Films, IJswater Films

TUESDAY MAY 18
A FATHER'S AFFAIR by Maarten Treurniet
11:30 Palais C - Market Screening
Some things you have to say, no matter how difficult. Some things you can't say, no matter how necessary (drama - 105 min.).

Dir: Maarten Treurniet
Prod: 24fps features


PHILEINE SAYS SORRY by Robert Jan Westdijk
13:30 Palais H - Market Screening
At the point of losing Max to her best friend, Phileine learns the true meaning of love (drama - 90 min.).

Dir: Robert Jan Westdijk
Prod: Motel Films, Fu Works, co-producer BNN Television


THE STRATOSPHERE GIRL (co-production) by M X Oberg
13:30 Riviera 3 - Market Screening

The stratosphere girl blends European storytelling with Japanese anime cartoon power into a stylized action-mystery (drama - 85 min.).

Dir: Matthias X. Oberg
Prod: Pandora Filmproduction, co-producer Motel Films


SOUTH (co-production) by Martin Koolhoven
15:30 Palais D - Market Screening
A psychological drama and intense character study about a woman who gets entangled in her struggle for love and slowly loses contact with reality (88 min.).

Dir: Martin Koolhoven
Prod: Isabella Fims, co-producers CosmoKino, Zentropa, NPS Television


WEDNESDAY MAY 19
SHOUF SHOUF HABIBI! by Albert ter Heerdt
11:30 Arcade 3 - Market Screening

A refreshing comedy about Moroccan immigrants trying to find their place in Dutch society (89 min.)

Dir: Albert ter Heerdt
Prod: Theorema Films

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