“I am Daan Vree, writer and filmmaker. I am the creator of two short fiction films: Adopted (2012) and Hangul Blues (2018) in which I have converted my experiences and thoughts about adoption into fiction films. Since 2009 I have been occupying myself with filmmaking. . .
“Ik ben Daan Vree, schrijver en filmmaker. Ik ben de maker van twee korte fictiefilms: Aangenomen (adopted) (2012) en Hangul Blues (2018) waarin ik mijn ervaringen en gedachten over adoptie in fictie heb omgezet. Sinds 2009 ben ik me gaan bezig houden met het maken van films. . .
Nobody’s boy Rémi (1977): “When I was growing up, there were two films that left a life-long impression with me. I forgot the name of one, but the first was about a family of foxes with seven cubs. The foxes were constantly looking for food, but as the winter became harsher the cubs would die one by one. . .
“I am Dong-Ju Yoon, but everybody calls me D.J. I graduated from MET Filmschool in London where I was trained to be a cinematographer, but graduated as a director and screenwriter. I’ve been in the commercial industry before, during and after my studies. . .
“Ik ben Dong-Ju Yoon, maar iedereen noemt me D.J. Ik heb gestudeerd aan de MET Filmschool in Londen waar ik werd opgeleid tot cinematograaf, maar ik ben afgestudeerd in regie en scenarioschrijven. Ik heb voor en na mijn studie al gewerkt in de commerciële filmindustrie. . .
“My name is Jung Sun den Hollander and I have attended an acting course at the Utrecht School of the Arts. In The Netherlands where I have mainly worked in theater and youth performances. After that, I even got a Masters in acting in London and I had decided to stay there in order to always keep a foot in the door. . .