We’ve got some more good news! Our documentary Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel will be screened at Movies that Matter filmfestival and is selected for the Dutch Movies Matter competition. We are very proud!
International premiere Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel
We’ve got some good news! Our documentary Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel will have its international premiere at Tempo Documentary Filmfestival in Sweden. Skål!
World premieres at IDFA
Our world premieres at IDFA are just a few days away! We kick-off with Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel (in competition for Best Dutch Documentary ánd for Best Mid-Length Documentary) by Carina Molier on Saturday, followed by The Last Fight (in competition for Best Dutch Documentary) by Victor Vroegindeweij on Sunday. See you there!
Two of our films selected for IDFA!
We knew it for a short while, but today we are allowed to shout it from the rooftops: both Back to the Taj Mahal Hotel by Carina Molier and The Last Fight by Victor Vroegindeweij will premiere at IDFA!
Utrecht, here we come!
This year we’re again fully represented at the Netherlands Film Festival: no less than five films produced by Witfilm will be screened at the festival in September in Utrecht.
5 applications approved!
Yay: in one week time five of our applications have been approved! Congratulations Catherine van Campen, Nelleke Koop, Oeke Hoogendijk, Els van Driel and Olivier Garcia.
A perfect day for scouting locations for De Wolf Danst!
It was the perfect day for scouting locations for the dance film Vlucht (Flight) by director Wiam Al-Zabari and choreographer Krisztina de Châtel that we produce for the new initiative ‘De Wolf Danst’.
The World of Kim & Bob goes international
The World of Kim & Bob goes international! This short youth documentary about a very close and imaginative friendship is selected by Mo&Friese KinderKurzFilmFestival and Docs Against Gravity.
Pitching at Docs in Thessaloniki
Director Sophia Luvarà and Witfilm producer Jantien Ekkes are working hard on fine tuning their pitch for Sons of the Mafia for tomorrows pitching forum at EDN: Docs in Thessaloniki.
Back to Jordan to show Zaatari Djinn to the children
A part of the crew went back to Jordan to show the film Zaatari Djinn to the stars of the documentary; the four children Ferras, Hammoudi, Maryam and Fatma. They -fortunately- loved it and were so proud!