King of the Cruise
A peek into the decadent and bizarre world of a cruise ship, starring an attention-seeking Scottish Baron on a mission to be seen. Premiering at IDFA 2019
A documentary about the outsiders in football, and a tribute to the outsiders in life. Winner of the Netherlands Film Festival Critics Choice Award
Vincent Boy Kars
An experiment in which a young filmmaker directs the life of his best friend
Jolene earns her money as a barmaid in a strip club, calls the AJAX hooligans family and has made some knotty choices. But she has a plan
A compelling feature length documentary about five young people who neither feel male nor female, but rather somewhere in between
A character-driven film exploring the struggles of motherhood and the frustrations of being unable to care for our loved ones
Horacio & Johan
Johan Kramer is invited into the world of photographer Horacio Sequi, who captured Johan Cruyff as he became one of the world's most famous players.
A Quiet Place
Sjoerd Oostrik's newest documentary had its world premiere at this year's IDFA. Watch the trailer here!
Over the Rainbow
Leny (81) embraces her new sexuality with more vibrance and energy than many younger people might have.
A Stranger Came to Town
A documentary about the complex reality and representation of the conflict in Aleppo, Syria. Premiering at IDFA 2017.
Following the young phenomenon that is Famke Louise, Elza Jo captures the various contrasts in the young artist's life in a series for Videoland
An IDFA-premiering film about the nearly vanished medium of the handwritten love letter
If Mama Ain't Happy, Nobody's Happy
Mea Dols de Jong
Mea's graduation documentary is taking all film festivals by storm, winning numerous awards. It's a funny, touching & personal film about her mother.
All We Ever Wanted
Sarah Mathilde Domogala
A documentary about the subject of depression, pressure and all the problems of young adults in our western society, which had a huge impact in 2011.
The Other Final
The Other Final tells the story about a remarkable football game between Montserrat and Bhutan, the two lowest ranked teams in the world.
Sjoerd Oostrik directs this unscripted, experimental, disturbing and poetic documentary, about love and violence.
Louis the Ferriswheel Kid
A moving portrait about a boy living on a carnival who needs to go to boarding school. Directed by filmmaker & photographer Tara Fallaux.
Thijs Schreuder-Rinnooy Kan
Thijs Schreuder, Martijn de Jong & Lennart Verstegen directed this film together: people from conflict areas making music together in an intimate film.