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Focus on Holland
This year, we’ve decided to introduce Dutch cinema in the section called Focus on Holland. Many new film talents are appearing in today’s Dutch cinema, filmmakers whose first and second films cannot be seen at festivals worldwide. Out of the nine filmmakers appearing in this section, six of them are women.
As for Urszula Antoniak, a Dutch director of Polish origin, Febiofest will screen her third directing opus about the passion between two girls, Nude Area. The director's previous film, Code Blue, was selected for the prestigious Directors' Fortnight in Cannes in 2011. A distinguished actress, Tama van den Dop, made her name as a director with Blind, and the festival will present her stylistically innovative portrait of a teenage girl, Supernova.
Aniëlle Webster is a young director who made a deeply compelling mid-length film, Bowy Is Inside, which is full of challenging crowd scenes. Debuting director Jovien van Nes emphatically observes the world outside her own country through the eyes of a recently widowed man on a journey to Romania in A Long Story. Marjoleine Boonstra is another filmmaker making their feature film debut. The experienced documentary director made Tales on the Wind in Kyrgyzstan, combining documentary elements with film poetry. The last female filmmaker in our selection is Paula van der Oest, whose second feature film about an unjustly accused nurse, Accused, was the Netherlands submission for this year's Oscar competition.
Peter Hoogendorn successfully entered the festival world in Venice with his unusual mid-length debut, Between 10 and 12, about the consequences of a young woman's car accident. Atlantic is the second film by Jan-Willem van Ewijk about the journey of surfer Fettah from Morocco to Europe, resembling works of Terrence Mallick with its visual style. The last film in the section, The Pool, Chris W. Mitchell’s debut film, is a horror story about a family who camps by a lake that is more unusual than it looks.
Accused / Lucia de B. / Obviněná (Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Luxembourg) Director: Paula van der Oest (Focus on Holland )
Atlantic / Atlantic / Atlantic (Netherlands, Belgium, Morocco) Director: Jan-Willem van Ewijk (Focus on Holland )
Bowy Is Inside / Bowy is binnen / Bowy je uvnitř (Netherlands) Director: Aniëlle Webster (Focus on Holland )
Nude area / Strefa nagosci / Zóna nahoty (Netherlands, Poland) Director: Urszula Antoniak (Focus on Holland )
The Pool / De Poel / Tůň (Netherlands) Director: Chris W. Mitchell (Focus on Holland )
Supernova / Supernova / Supernova (Netherlands) Director: Tamar van den Dop (Focus on Holland )
Tales on the Wind / Kurai Kurai - Verhalen met de Wind / Příběhy větru (Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan) Director: Marjoleine Boonstra (Focus on Holland )
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