A music video documentary
Victor Vroegindeweij made a documentary commercial for Italo-Dutch hearing-aid retailer Beter Horen.
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Fighters, lovers, raging bulls
Director Victor Vroegindeweij has been trailing MMA fighter Marloes Coenen for 5 years. A passion project. A love affair. The final scenes of the film will be shot in March 2017, when Marloes will fight for the Bellator Featherweight belt.
The film is produced by Wit Film and will be broadcast at KRO/NCRV. Here are some pictures, shot by wonderful D.O.P. Mick van Dantzig, from our latest trip with Marloes to the Mohegan Sun Hotel & Casino in Connecticut.
We just made 3 docs for Pickwick
Yes, the tea brand
THE CEDRIC PRICE MEMORY BANK IS AN INTERACTIVE INTERVIEW SERIES ON THE LIFE AND WORK OF THE BRITISH ARCHITECT CEDRIC PRICE
Cedric Price was an eccentric genius who inspired the Millennium Dome, the London Eye and the Pompidou Centre. The Office for Nonfiction Storytelling and Studio Nauta made a Interactive Interview Project called Cedric Price Memory Bank on the Brandy binging, cigar-slinging enfant de terrible of the London architecture scene.
We specialise in Architecture Films
International Architecture Biennale
Rotterdam: Making City
Occasionaly we like to shoot a music video
Chanaika is a children's film about domestic violence
For Better Or For Worse
We went to Los Angeles to shoot a documentary/ music video for the Dutch indie band ‘TIKA’. We battled the crazy heat that kept this city in a ferm grip and followed actor Carel Struycken (The Adams Family, Star Trek, Het Paard van Sinterklaas) on his journey from ‘the best that civilisation has to offer’ to the wildest of nature. It took us to the middle of Californian deserts, through mountain ranges and past lakes.
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE is a short documentary disguised as a music video made for the for Dutch indie band Tika, consisting of Moss and El Pino. The film explores the increasing unease many people feel with modern society. This feeling is portrayed through the eyes of ‘giant’ Carel Struycken, who rose to fame by playing iconic freaks in pop culture, such as Lurch in the Adams Family and Mr. Homn in Star Trek. The 63-year-old actor shares his sharp observations regarding the way we live our lives and how we perceive one another.
Five short documentaries for Delta Lloyd
With the 'Bepaal je eigen koers' campagne Delta Lloyd aims to help people take matters in their own hand. We made short little portraits of inspiring people. A successful professional soccer player that quits the sport and it's millions to become a musician, an HR exec that becomes a TV show host and a chef that closed his 2 Michelin star restaurant to open a simple bistro.
A nocturnal TWERK in London
After a long night of binging
on Roast Bone Marrow & Parsley Salad, Devilled Kidneys on Toast and Eccles Cake with Lancashire Cheese at St John's Smithfield restaurant we stumbled upon these two devils.