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Koole to shoot Disappearance for Waterland


- The upcoming film by the director of Little Bird is a Dutch-Norwegian co-production written by Jolein Laarman

Koole to shoot Disappearance for Waterland
Dutch director Boudewijn Koole

Dutch outfit Waterland Film is producing Boudewijn Koole’s new film, Disappearance [+see also:
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, principal photography for which is expected to begin this spring.

Koole’s new effort, following the critically acclaimed feature Little Bird [+see also:
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 and short film Off Ground, is a Dutch-Norwegian co-production that also involves Tromsø-based company Sweet Films; it is backed by the Netherlands Film Fund, the Norwegian Film Institute and Eurimages.

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Jolein Laarman, who also wrote the script for Little Bird, is teaming up with Koole once again to write a family drama tackling the topics of forgiving, love and death. The movie focuses on a terminally ill woman who travels abroad to tell her mother about her condition. But doing so seems like an impossible task, as old pain and numerous reproaches tend to keep the two women apart. An inevitable emotional outburst will bring about a profound change in their relationship.

September Film – which recently released Remy van Heugten’s Rotterdam entry Son of Mine [+see also:
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 (read more) – will handle Disappearance’s theatrical distribution.

Other tiles in Waterland Film’s portfolio include Tomas Kaan’s CobainNicole van Kilsdonk’s Forbidden Love and Jan-Willem van Ewijk’s Sleep, which is still at the development stage; they are all supported by the Netherlands Film Fund.

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