Documentary

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...

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,...

'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 &...

(Nederlands) Mooi artikel in de bijlage Vrij van de Telegraaf, geschreven door Hortence Chen. We spraken over wandelen op begraafplaatsen zoals Begraafplaats Soestbergen. Over het wandelboek 'Over de groene zoden 2' van Terebinth (stichting voor funerair erfgoed) waarvoor ik een wandeling schreef. En over mijn...

VAART, the Dutch version of 'Flow - an ode to urban nature' gets a a lot of attention in the press (only in Dutch)...

'FLOW - an ode to urban nature' will be broadcast by RTV Utrecht in the Netherlands on Sunday 31 January, every hour from 08.00 until 12.00 the next day. The Dutch language version will be shown....

'Flow - an ode to urban nature' was selected for the ONIFF – Ontario International Film Festival. Due to the corona, the festival takes place online, via Eventive. If you want to see the film, you can buy a ticket that gives you access to...

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