• Face it!

    Face it!

    A personal, investigative documentary about menopause. read more

  • The Time There-After Marjolein

    The Time There-After

    A film about life with HIV and AIDS. We meet three men and two women; together their five life stories give a clear picture of how the impact of HIV differs from person to person. A life with HIV cannot be generalized. read more

  • Cake (5)

    Cake

    Kadir (8) wants to be a polar explorer when he grows up. He knows everything about penguins. Kadir has a strong will and never gives up if he wants something. His father Umut is the best pastry chef in the world, but since the death of his wife, Umut is miserable. Kadir is determined to make him happy again. read more

  • Backlight Digital Amnesia mailing

    Backlight: Digital Amnesia

    Digital data is vulnerable. Yet entire libraries are shredded and lost to budget cuts, because we assume everything can be found online. But is that really true? For the first time in history, we have the technological means to save our entire past, yet it seems to be going up in smoke. Will we suffer from collective amnesia? read more

  • stella parton

    Siblings

    Brothers and Sisters. You don’t get to choose them but your family bond lasts a lifetime. Sometimes they are your trusted friends, sometimes they are your rivals. But what is it like when your sibling is a megastar, an icon? We meet siblings Leon Hendrix, George Obama, Vanessa Branson and Stella Parton. read more

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Latest News

Nomination Prix Europa announced

13 September, 2014

The nomanies are: the documentary Borders (Jacqueline van Vugt) and Only the best for our Son (Monique Nolte)  in the category tv documentary; in the category tv drama Ramses (Michiel van Erp) and in the category IRIS (best interculture tv program) the documentary Land of Promise (Paul Scheffer and René Roelofs).

Anything goes goes Tokyio

29 August, 2014

Anything goes (Director: Steven Wouterlood) wins The Best Short Film Award Kinder Jury at the Tokyio Kinder Film Festival.

Midnight Butterfly wins a Cannes Corporate Media & TV Award

20 August, 2014

Midnight Butterfly, the last days of Priscilla is among the winners in the category Best TV-Documentary of the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2014 and will be awarded with a Dolphin during the Awards Gala, October 2nd in Cannes.

P&LFF Award for 69: Love Sex Senior

6 July, 2014

The documentary 69: Love Sex Senior (VPRO and Zuidenwind Filmproductions) is the winner of the Best Documentary Award at the P&L Film Festival (Peace and Love Film Festival) in Sweden.

Three PRIX JEUNESSE Awards

11 June, 2014

Three youth programs have been awarded with a PRIX JEUNESSE during this edition of the PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL. The short drama Mimoun (VPRO and BIND) has won the PRIX JEUNESSE Theme Prize. In the category Special Prizes: Best Children’s Programmes of the last 50 Years the short documentary The Day I Decided…To be Nina (VPRO) and in the category Heart Prize the series My Father (VPRO and NL Film and TV).

Latest Productions

Johnny Bakru

September 5, 2014 youth drama shorts

Rose (10) is leading a happy life together with her cool mother, her four funny brothers and a limousine, when the charming popular singer Johnny Star walks into their lives and Rose’s mother falls head over heels for him. read more

The Lion’s Den

August 6, 2014 youth drama series

Daniël and Suzina Durvers aren’t ordinary children, who live in an ordinary house. No, together with their parents, their kid sister Littel and their grandpa, they live in the middle of Durvers’ Zoo. read more