600 Miles

Film Review: 600 Miles (2015).

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ – 3.5/5. 600 Miles: Wat an extraordinary and unpredictable film experience, filled with exciting and dramatic moments, that are innovatively surprising. About a weapons smuggler who kidnaps ATF agent Hank during an attempt of arrest. . .

600 Miles

Film Recensie: 600 Miles (2015).

Beoordeling: ⭐⭐⭐ – 3.5/5. 600 Miles: Wat een aparte en onvoorspelbare filmbelevenis, gevuld met spannende en dramatische momenten, die op een vernieuwende wijze telkens onverwachts uit de hoek komt. Het gaat over een wapensmokkelaar die ATF-agent Hank kidnapt tijdens een poging tot arrestatie. . .

Amy Winehouse

Amy (2015) | Avicii: True Stories (2017): “..are you still making music for yourself..”

“We both saw the documentary Amy (2015) about Amy Winehouse. But only one of us saw the documentary of Avicii: True Stories (2017). We are both musicians and just chilling here because we haven’t seen each other in a while. We used to be in an Indie band together, which is why these type of documentaries speak to us…

Black Panther

Black Panther (2018): “..Wakanda for Life!..It’s a line that inspired..”

“It’s a line that inspired me from Ryan Coogler’s film Black Panther (2018). Chadwick Boseman plays a character named T’Challa, the King of Wakanda, which is an isolated, technologically advanced African nation. Eventually, he has to save the world. . . .

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004): “..right now I’m still dating this person..”

“Have you ever dated someone who’s completely different than you? It makes me think of Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) where the main character played by Jim Carrey and his love interest discover that even. . .

André Kloer

CinemAsia Film Festival 2018 Interview ENG: André Kloer.

“I am André Kloer and I studied Dutch literature. Because I went into journalism I ended up at Het Financieele Dagblad with the video editorial department. I really wanted to start working with film right away. I often involved myself with film during my studies, so it’s not really ‘out of the blue’. . .

Black Mirror

9th Humans of Film Amsterdam column story in ‘De Film Krant’: Black Mirror (2011).

“Black Mirror. Het is zo’n sterke serie. Het gaat over de nabije toekomst, over hoe al die gadgets en de technologische revolutie onze levens verandert. Elke aflevering heeft zijn eigen verhaal en technologie. Er is bijvoorbeeld een aflevering over een apparaat dat alles opneemt wat je in de loop van de dag doet. . . .

Daan Vree

CinemAsia Film Festival Interview ENG: Daan Vree.

“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. . .

Daan Vree

CinemAsia Film Festival Interview NL: Daan Vree.

“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

Nobody’s boy Rémi (1977): “..I noticed that my stories are always about loss..”

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. . .

Satan's Slaves

Film Review: Satan’s Slaves (2017); Director Joko Anwar.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ – 4/5. Scary! and so Fun! Satan’s Slaves took me on a freaky ride of frightening appearances, a spooky tale and terror-like moments. Its original style makes it so different from what you’re normally used to see. . .

Humans of Film Amsterdam

Bloggende Amsterdammer viert het eerste jaar van Humans of Film Amsterdam.

AMSTERDAM – Cinefiel en filmmaker Feargal Agard startte zijn blog en website ‘Humans of Film Amsterdam’ een jaar geleden vanuit zijn huis en kantoortje te Amsterdam. Feargal deelt naast film recensies voornamelijk de verhalen en foto’s van personen die hij op straat en in het dagelijks leven tegenkomt. . .