World Cinema Amsterdam

Humans of Film Amsterdam & World Cinema Amsterdam Festival 2018.

I have fantastic news to announce. This year Humans of Film Amsterdam will collaborate with World Cinema Amsterdam Festival. Which takes place from the 16th till the 25th of August. You can visit the festival at the Rialto and De Balie theatres in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. . .

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’. . .

Martin Koolhoven

Spetters (1980): “..I grew up in that region..” – Martin Koolhoven.

Martin Koolhoven: “The movie Spetters (1980) by Paul Verhoeven makes me think of my time as a kid. Not because it’s similar to my life, because it’s about three young Dutch amateur dirt bike motorcycle racers who fall in love with a beautiful young woman, but solely because it reminds me of the Westland. . .

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation (2003): “..I see myself as a human being and not..”

“I can definitely relate with Scarlett Johansson’s character in Lost in Translation (2003) by Sofia Coppola. I never fully fitted into a particular culture or country. I grew up in the Netherlands within a community connected to the Korean Protestant church, but to most of them I was very Dutch because. . .

Humans of film

6th Humans of Film Amsterdam column in ‘De Film Krant’: YouTube Brian PusPos.

Humans of Film: The 6th story comes from a young guy I met on the streets of Amsterdam, who is originally from the Philipines. Discover where his passion. . .

Michiel de Ruyter

Michiel de Ruyter (2015): “The story is only told from the Dutch patriotic perspective.”

Michiel de Ruyter (2015) is a great film. I went to the movies with my grandpa who was eager to see this film. It’s just that not the entire story is. . .