The Netherlands Film Fund

The Netherlands Film Fund is one of the funds allocated to culture that the government has created in order to stimulate cultural activity. The goal of the Film Fund is to:

* encourage film production in the Netherlands, with a focus on quality and diversity;
* foster the proper climate for Dutch film culture to continue to develop and grow.

The Fund offers financial support to filmmaker for the purpose of developing, realizing and distributing film productions. The Netherlands Film Fund plays a vital role in enabling the production of Dutch films. It supports CineCrowd by being a complimentary resource for filmmakers - by offering financial support as well as by facilitating the interaction between filmmakers and financers.

Never a Dull Moment
In de glimlach van de vrouwen van Rome hervond fotograaf Sam Waagenaar zijn optimisme na een turbulent leven en de verschrikkingen van de oorlog.
Documentary
44
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funded
€3.555
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0
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Bullet time
Twee kogels worden tijdens een klassieke Western-shootout in hun dodelijke vlucht verliefd op elkaar. Weten zij elkaar te vinden en tegen welke prijs?
funded Animation
118
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funded
€8.904
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0
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Chris Berens: master of his magical universe
Chris Berens is inspired by his fantasies. He paints a crowded world with peculiar magical creatures: familiar and frightening at the same time.
funded Documentary
109
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funded
€8.198
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0
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Dark blood
the unfinished movie with River Phoenix. Dealing with nuclear testing and its after effects, it tells the story of Boy (River) living as a hermit.
funded Feature film
116
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funded
€17.513
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0
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Die Welt
De 22-jarige Dvd-verkoper Abdallah probeert zich aan zijn uitzichtloze leven in het hedendaagse Tunesië te ontworstelen.
funded Feature film
103
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funded
€10.349
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0
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Het einde van België
26 april vieren de Belgen een jaar zonder regering. Het einde van België is een film over de politieke crisis met de echte Belg als hoofdpersoon.
funded Documentary
112
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funded
€5.628
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0
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