Never in charge, always a guest

Sander Snoep


Sander Snoep has been a well-known player in the Dutch documentary scene for years and would never have expected to still be so passionate about his profession.

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In a hurry to make that one masterpiece

Paul Özgür


“When I saw Y tu mama tambien (Alfonso Cuarón, 2001) as a fifteen-year-old kid, I was so moved! It is still my most favorite film. But it isn’t like I thought right then and there that I wanted to do something in film.”

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"I Approach Things With Heart"

Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

05.02.2022 writes about Robby Müller Award 2022

“When he films empty space, it becomes clear that it was actually never empty.”

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Finding Synergy

Myrthe Mosterman


A Gouden Kalf Award (Dutch film award) for her first feature film; that is what happened to DP Myrthe Mosterman in October 2020. She talks about her style and how she prefers to work. It seems inevitable to address ‘being a woman’ within this ‘male profession’.

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A jazz musician’s travels

Jean Counet


There were five films on the shortlist for discussion with DP Jean Counet. Two feature films and three documentaries. Although Counet studied Directing at St Lukas, Brussels, he prefers to be a cameraman. But the conversation via Zoom kicked off with his own work, due to the March 2020 lockdown.

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Gangs of London

Martijn van Broekhuizen


Martijn van Broekhuizen worked with director Rolf van Eijk on My foolish heart, the music filled neo-noir drama from 2018 about the mysterious death of legendary jazz player Chet Baker. At the moment he works on the second season of the series Gangs of London.

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Insight and Wonder

Richard van Oosterhout


Netherlands Society of Cinematographers initiates a series of interviews. NSC chair Richard van Oosterhout starts. He talks about his work, a Dutch New Deal, creativity on set and about breaking with what you already know.

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Sidik and The Panther


SIDIK AND THE PANTHER is a film about a man called Sidik, wandering around in the mountains of Kurdistan looking for a sign of the Persian leopard. An animal that once lived in Kurdistan but fled across borders because of wars and conflicts. Directed by Reber Dosky and shot by Roy van Egmond. Selected for IDFA 2019 and Camerimage 2020, mominated for an IMAGE award.

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