SEEDS OF DECEIT tells the story of the most renowned fertility doctor in the Netherlands during the 70s and 80s, Dr. Karbaat, who clandestinely used his own semen to impregnate over 65 of his patients. At the time, Dr. Karbaat was regarded a progressive pioneer, as he not only helped heterosexual couples, but also gay couples and single mothers. In SEEDS OF DECEIT, former patients, mothers of “Karbaat children”, discuss their longstanding wish for a child, and how it made them close their eyes to an often horrific and unbearable insemination treatment, which in cases included sexual intimidation and even abuse.
Decades later, Dr. Karbaat is sued based on the suspicion that he used his own semen to impregnate his patients. A month before the trial, the doctor passes away. SEEDS OF DECEIT shows how the Karbaat children deal with the newly gained genetic and emotional heritage they now have to grapple with.
directed by Miriam Guttmann cinematography Sjors Mosman, Niels van Koevorden sound on set Koos van der Vaart edit, animation Xander Nijsten research Miriam Guttmann, Yaël van der Schelde sound design Tom Jansen grading Qiangwei Tong production design Louka Hoogendijk composition Moritz Gabe, Henning Grambow line producer Margreet Ploegmakers production coordinator Laura Bouwmeester post production De Lodge, Yannick Elferink post production manager Mylène Esmeijer executive producer Judith Reuten senior producer VPRO Brigit Dopheide editorial executive VPRO Petra Vermeulen commissioning editor VPRO Barbara Truyen sales agent DOGWOOF produced by Monique Busman & Michiel van Erp
This series was made with the support of NPO-fonds en Nederlands Film Production Incentive © 2021 De Familie Film & TV / VPRO
'The European' is a behind-the-scenes portrait of Frans Timmermans. Filmmaker Dirk-Jan Roeleven follows him for nearly two years, from his appointment as Vice-President of the European Commission in 2014 to the Brexit referendum. As he is filmed in taxis, planes and cheerless hotel rooms, he talks openly about his assertiveness and the qualities of a good diplomat. After the screening, journalist Marcia Luyten discusses the making of the film with director Dirk Jan Roeleven.
director Dirk Jan Roeleven research Julie van Traa cinematography Rob Hodselmans, Mark Bakker et al. sound recording Benny Jansen, Bouwe Mulder, Sander den Broeder et al. editor Hinne Brouwer colour grading Gerhard van der Beek sound design Rob Dul production managers Britte Hermans, Bram Bax post production Sasha Ourikh editorial executive VPRO Petra Vermeulen producer VPRO Brigit Dopheide commissioning editor VPRO Barbara Truyen executive producer JeanMarc van Sambeek producers Monique Busman & Michiel van Erp
sales agent Taskovski Films - Irena Taskovski - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.taskovski.com
This production was made as a Teledoc-documentary. De Familie Film & TV in coproduction with VPRO,
CoBo, Nederlands Filmfonds and NPO
Who's still afraid of red, yellow and blue? The most famous abstract painting of the twentieth century has invoked much more than just one response to this provocative question. Fifty years after 'Who's Afraid of Red , Yellow and Blue III', we question the meaning of art over the life of this famous, celebrated and mourned work by Barnett Newman.
director Barbara Visser research Bart Haensel camera Niels van Koevorden sound Tim van Peppen editor Xander Nijsten production management Britte Hermans executive producer JeanMarc van Sambeek producer Monique Busman en Michiel van Erp
Me alone in the classroom is a portray of young people of color in The Netherlands. How do they see themselves? How do they experience their interaction with white Dutch people? How do they see their future in The Netherlands? To tell this story, Karin Junger created a 'pressure cooker' by bringing her children and their friends together in a house for a week and ask them to re-enact their experiences for the camera. She used drama therapy techniques so that they really go through the experiences again so you can see and feel how it affects them.
director Karin Junger cinematography Adri Schrover, Jurgen Lisse sound recording Mark Wessner, Diego van Uden editor Maurice Bedaux production manager Bram Bax production assistant Mylene Esmeijer executive producer JeanMarc van Sambeek producers Monique Busman, Michiel van Erp
Keep Walking is a film by De Familie Film & TV in cooperation with IKON and support of the CoBO, Mediafonds, VSB-fonds, Fonds21 and Stichting Democratie en Media.
International motorcycle gang Satudarah frequently makes the headlines in Holland, Spain, Germany and Indonesia because of alleged criminal activities. The club is also said to be at war with the Hell's Angels. Like with all outlaw motor gangs, the secretive world of Satudarah is notoriously difficult to enter. EMMY- and BAFTA-winning filmmakers Joost van der Valk and Mags Gavan were given unique access to the club. Their film shows not only the violence embedded within its culture but also the more fragile side of its members.
director, cinematography, screenwriting Joost van der Valk co-director, sound Mags Gavan cinematography Marco Nauta second camera Erik van Empel, Pim Hawinkels second sound Eric de Roode editor Patrick Janssens sound design & mixage Rob Dul colour grading & online Joppo graphic design Oskar Luyer fotography Friso Keuris production assistent Bram Bax production management Margreet Ploegmakers executive producer JeanMarc van Sambeek consultant Filmfonds Pieter Fleury commissioning editor NTR Oscar van der Kroon
sales contact NPO Sales - Kaisa Kriek - email@example.com
This production was made as a Teledoc-documentary
De Familie Film & TV in coproduction with CoBo, Nederlands Filmfonds and NPO
For as long as she can remember director Digna Sinke has been keeping all kinds of things, from sugar sachets to old newspapers. Together with her 92-year-old mother she tries to find out where this need comes from. The kept things turn out to be time machines recalling memories that had all but faded.
But something is changing. Digitization has created the possibility of a completely different way of life. Digna goes in search of the new human, who no longer cares about material things, but about experiences: digital nomads and minimalists who own nothing but a passport, a bank card, a laptop computer and a smartphone.
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director Digna Sinke research Wytzia Soetenhorst camera Jan Wich sound Mark Wessner editor Albert Elings production management Bram Bax consultant Netherlands Film Fund Suzanne van voorst producer VPRO Brigit Dopheide commissioning editor VPRO Annemiek van der Zanden executive producer JeanMarc van Sambeek, Judith Reuten producer Monique Busman en Michiel van Erp producer VPRO sales Journeyman
My fucking problem is a documentary about four women for who penetration is painful. One of these women is the director. The impact of the handicap is big. A lot of women undergo therapy to find out what exactly is going on down there. They have to make difficult decisions in their love-life. Their image of themselves is thoroughly damaged.
What does is feel like to miss out on something tof which you can only imagine what it is like through what you hear from others and see in the media? An image that is far from reality. Why wouldn't you be able to be happy without penetration? How important is it really?
director Anne van Campenhout cinematography Jefrim Rothuizen sound Kees de Groot e.a. editor Patrick Schonewille production manager Britte Hermans executive producer Judith Reuten production assistent Kim Hahn, Jet Verheijen commissioning editor BNNVARA Sjoerd van den Broek producer Monique Busman, Michiel van Erp
My fucking problem is a film by De Familie Film & TV in cooperation with BNN and with support of CoBofonds.