Las Herederas

Las Herederas (2018): “..we might think that we are all connected, but we often aren’t..”

“Las Herederas | The Heiresses (2018) was such a cool film. It was the first Paraguayan film that I have ever seen. I accidentally ended up here at World Cinema Amsterdam. I wasn’t even aware that this festival was going on. . .

Ultimos Dias en La Habana

Ultimos Dias en La Habana (2016): “..The subject is very touching it made a bit quiet..”

“I can definitely connect with Ultimos Dias en La Habana (2016), because I have been to Havana, Cuba last year and we enjoyed our stay it was super fun. . .

CinemAsia Film Festival

Humans of Film Amsterdam & CinemAsia Film Festival.

I have fantastic news to announce. This year Humans of Film Amsterdam will collaborate with CinemAsia Film Festival. Which takes place from the 6th till the 11th of March. You can visit the festival at the Kriterion and Rialto theatres in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Humans of Film Amsterdam column in ‘De Film Krant’.

I have awesome news! A Dutch film newspaper named “De Filmkrant” has offered to collaborate with my Humans of Film Amsterdam photo-storyblog.

Intouchables (2011): “people in the Netherlands do not care enough for each other at this moment”

“In the film Intouchables (2011) it is beautiful to see how a person can really care for another person. . .

Requiem for a Dream (2000): “It’s how you get back up that matters.”

“I really like Requiem for a Dream (2000) it’s a good film. I think it is a film about people who do not start at the top. . .

Nosferatu: “We smoked our last joint and at home and watched Nosferatu.”

The most beautiful film moment I had was when I watched Nosferatu with a friend. It was a funny situation because me and my friend just finished partying and decided to go to the train station. . .

Right Footed & Imba Means Sing: “You find out that people are capable of so many things.”

“What I find most inspiring about film is that you can learn so much from it. I recently saw these two documentaries with my kids, they’re called Right Footed and Imba Means Sing. You find out that people are capable of so many things. . .