Burny Bos, Jolande Junte & Eefje Smulders
Arie Biemondstraat 111 | 1054 PD Amsterdam
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BosBros has set the standard for highquality film and television productions in the Netherlands since 1989. BosBros has a proven track record to produce such classics as The Flying Liftboy, Minoes, Winky’s Horse and The Amazing Wiplala. In addition to producing many new feature films, BosBros’s challenge for the future is to conquer the European market with animation projects.


Romy's Salon
Director: Mischa Kamp. Screenwriter: Tamara Bos. Cast: Vita Heijmen, Beppie Melissen, Noortje Herlaar, Guido Pollemans, George Tobal.
Country: NL/GER. Co-producer: Leitwolf Filmproduktion (Germany). Status: production. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: family film. Release: christmas 2018. Financers: Dutch Film Fund, Eurimages, Creative Europe, AVROTROS, CoBO, Abraham Tuschinski Fund, Production Incentive, In The Air, Filmfonderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, NDR.
Distribution/Sales: In The Air (distribution) / Attraction Distribution (sales).

Aim at market: To present the film to potential buyers, local distributors and festivals.

Romy’s mother has to work a lot. That’s why Romy goes to her grandmother every day after school. If you think that sounds like fun, then you’re wrong, because Grandma Stine is very busy working in her hairdressing salon, and is very strict. But everything changes when Romy discovers a totally different side to her grannie’s character.

Director: Elbert van Strien. Screenwriter: Elbert van Strien, Ben Hopkins. Cast: TBC. Country: NL/LU/GB. Producer: Accento Films (NL) - Claudia Brandt, Elbert van Strien, BosBros (NL) - Burny Bos. Co-producer: Samsa Film (LU), Black Camel (GB).
Status: financing/pre-production. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: psychological thriller.
Release: spring 2019. Financers: Dutch Film Fund, Production Incentive.
Sales: Protagonist Pictures.

Marianne van Zanten, a child psychiatrist, loses her husband in a terrible, random accident. Resolving to make a new start, she moves to Glasgow, taking on a job in a clinic where they treat disturbed children. One of her new patients, Manny, a closed and secretive 10-year old boy, has an unusual delusion: he claims to have created the world. He even claims to have invented Marianne. Marianne, deeply intrigued, begins an obsession that will derail her life. Her grip on reality begins to spiral out of control, taking her on a journey that will question the nature of existence itself.