November 1944. The Allies are stalled in Belgium. Winter is coming. In the Southwest of the Netherlands, tens of thousands of Allied and German soldiers are engaged in The Battle of the Scheldt, for control over supply lines. A Dutchman conscripted into the Wehrmacht, a British glider pilot, and a local girl with the underground resistance cross paths. They each face fundamental choices which will have consequences for their own lives, and for Europe’s freedom.
Directed by: Matthijs van Heiningen jr.
Will believes his wife Rosalind is innocent of their son’s suspected murder, only to discover the devastating truth behind her past links her to another unsolved crime.
Directed by: Paula van der Oest
Something dark is breeding under the clean cover of our civilized society. A Neo-Western about the increasing polarisation in The Netherlands.
Directed by: Gonzalo Fernandez
The is no other West-European country where during the period of 1940-1945 so many Jews were deported as in The Netherlands. How could this happen? Why did the Dutch authorities and members of the Jewish Council politely cooperated to this horrible project, and how did the German occupant convince the authorities and Dutch Jews? This is a concept for a five episode miniseries, which tries to answer these questions.
When Noor is dumped again, just in time for the holidays, she decides to make joy out of desperation by starting an agency for “Christmas-singles”. While she and her two friended co-workers join total strangers for company drinks, in the elderly home and on a student party, Noor lets her family know she is skiing with her fiancée. But, when her father is hospitalized, she cannot longer outrun her family and herself.
How can you save 100,000 lives per year. By starting the worldwide campaign Stayin’ Alive. Coming soon.
Mark studied economics at the University of Amsterdam and at the prestigious English drama school London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). In the theater he played the title role in Vincent in Brixton and the Bodyguard. Mark also played a leading role in films such as Rendez Vous, Eetclub, Kidnapping Mr. Heineken with Sir Anthony Hopkins and currently in the successful TV series Flikken Rotterdam. Since 2012, Mark has focused more on financing films. He was involved in the financing of international films such as Boychoir with Dustin Hoffman and Blunt Force Trauma with Mickey Rourke. Since January 2018 Mark became executive producer at Levitate film.
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