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Country Focus: The Netherlands

19 projects supported by the Netherlands Film Production Incentive

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19 projects supported by the Netherlands Film Production Incentive

- The Netherlands Film Production Incentive scheme has selected a total of 19 new film projects for a total support sum of €4.8 million. Fourteen of those projects are fiction feature films (arthouse/crossover/mainstream) and five are documentaries. Thirteen of them are international co-productions in which a Dutch producer is involved.

The 14 fiction feature projects supported are Sanne Vogel’s romantic comedy Brasserie Valentijn [+see also:
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(Dutch producer: Tom de Mol Productions BV/€237,310), Martin Koolhoven’s Robert Pattison starrer Brimstone (N279 Entertainment BV/€675,147), David Keating’s Cherry Tree (House of Netherhorror/€36,419), Pim van Hoeve’s Dummie the Mummy and the Sphinx of Shakaba (PV Pictures/€340,000), Marion Hänsel’s En Amont du Fleuve [+see also:
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interview: Marion Hänsel
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(SNG Film/€60,000), Dennis BotsFalko – Letter of Fire (Dirk-Jan Bijker Productions/€465,545), Anna Van der Heide’s Mister Frog (BosBros/€447,966), Dick MaasPrey (Shooting Star Film Company/€512,061), Rainer Sarnet’s Rehepapp (PRPL/€64,725), Willem Gerritsen’s Renesse (Tom de Mol Productions/€127,483), Pieter KuijpersRiphagen (Pupkin Film/€492,438), Johan NijenhuisRokjesdag [+see also:
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(Johan Nijenhuis & Co/€431,602), Catti Edfeldt’s Siv Sleeps Astray [+see also:
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 (Viking Film/€62,500) and Rene Eller’s US (Habbekrats BV/€240,000).

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The supported documentary projects are Femke van Velzen’s A Haunting History (Dutch producer: Stichting IFproductions/€50,135), Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan’s Citizens of Nature (Family Affair Films/€96,376), Andreas Johnsen’s Bugs [+see also:
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 (Submarine/€34,024), Luc Enting’s The Hidden Valley (PV Pictures/€379,687), and Ester Gould and Reijer Zwaan’s Strike a Pose [+see also:
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 (CTM Docs/€59,442).

The Netherlands Film Production Incentive scheme is based on a cash rebate system. Producers of feature films, animated features and feature-length documentaries can claim up to 30% of qualifying production costs in the form of cash rebates. There will be three more rounds of financial support in 2015: these will take place on 6 May, 25 August and 3 November. 

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