Filmmaker Talk: Oeke Hoogendijk

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    National and international acclaimed documentary maker Oeke Hoogendijk shares her method, artistic choices and sources of inspiration in an hour-long conversation with Hans Beerekamp, accompanied by excerpts of her work.
    Oeke Hoogendijk studied theater direction at the Utrecht School of the Arts (1990) and television documentary at the Media Academie. Her first documentary, A Happy Time (1998), tells the story of the so-called ‘Barneveld Group’: a list of "prominent Jewish Dutch citizens" appointed by the German occupier. As the deportation trains traveled to and from the concentration camps, seven hundred Jews on this list were detained in De Schaffelaar castle in Barneveld. The film was awarded with the Dutch Academy Award ‘Het Gouden Beeld’ and the ‘Eurocomenius Award’ in Vienna.
    After this film she made, among others, The Holocaust Experience about the holocaust industry in America, that premiered during IDFA 2002, and the four-part documentary series Het Nieuwe Rijksmuseum about the large-scale renovation and redesign of the Rijksmuseum, with which they won many international prizes.
    Oeke’s latest film, My Rembrandt, will premiere at IDFA this year.


    Filmmaker Talk: Oeke Hoogendijk
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    An inspirational conversation with the renowned director.

    Thu 21 November - 17:00 - 18:02
    Brakke Grond Rode Zaal

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