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U & Eye Media Productions

Always a clear focus and attention for detail, made with both passion and care.


U & Eye Media Productions, founded by Suzanne van Leendert, not only creates independent productions (such as a documentary or book) but also collaborates with others. Personal guidance is also possible.


Developing documentary ideas

From coming up with concepts to research, production and promotional activities.

Financing / Fund Raising

From personal consultations to looking after the entire financing of a project; from applying for grants and subsidies to setting up a crowdfunding campaign.


From project plans to voice-over text. If necessary, text can also be translated into other languages.


Workshops: Writing Project Plans, Project Financing & Creative Writing.


After the Netherlands, Canada, the United States and Finland, ‘FLOW – an Ode to Urban Nature’ now goes to Germany! The film will be shown during the NATOURALE in Wiesbaden, from 1-4 December, and is nominated as one of the finalists. For me, discovering nature starts in my own environment, and that message seems to appeal to people. It’s wonderful that the ‘Klopvaart’, a canal in the city of Utrecht (and my ‘backyard’ so to speak ) travels the world....

It was wonderful to meet all the other international filmmakers and watch so many great films. ‘Liberty’ from Belgian filmmaker Phil de Witte is a thriller that exposes the suffering of wild animals in captivity and it’s absolutely mindblowing. A must see! And once again, a huge thank you to the Embassy of the Netherlands in Finland for supporting the trip....

'FLOW- an ode to urban nature' won the 1st prize for best experimental film at the Vaasa Wildlife Festival. Thanks to everyone who participated in this film: Anne Broeksma, Gerwin Weidenaar, Gerard Cevaal, Ralph de Lange, Herbert Jan Kaars Sijpesteijn, Barry McCabe Neske Kraai & Jane McDowall. And I'm very grateful to the Embassy of the Netherlands in Finland for their support, and to Mr. Juha Häkkinen, the honorary consul, and his wife for making us feel so welcome. It's nice to see that the jury appreciated the 'message' of the film: to appreciate nature you don't have to go far, nature is all around us!...