|Floor Onrust, Noortje Wilschut & Chris Stenger
|Entrepotdok 77 A | 1018 AD Amsterdam|
Family Affair Films is an Amsterdam based film production company specialized in contemporary fiction of high artistic quality with strong author driven visions. Their credits include Beyond Words (Toronto and San Sebastian 2017), History’s Future (IFFR Tiger competition 2016), Life according to Nino (best film Cinekid 2014) and Code Blue (Cannes’ Director’s Fortnight 2011). Two promising features will be released in 2018: Rosanne Pel’s debut Light as Feathers and Guido van Driel’s Bloody Marie.
The Hague Hilton
Director: Boris Paval Conen. Screenwriter: Anjet Daanje. Country: NL/DK/BE. Co-producer: Zentropa (DK), A Private View (BE). Status: in finance. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 110 min. Genre: drama.
The Hague Hilton is a battlefield. Not with guns and mortars, but with sandwiches, dirty laundry and clay sculptures. It is an arena where the men will have to secure their place over and over again. The prisoners have no place where they are safe; not in their room, not with their compatriots. They are always on guard and can not let their vigilance down. Although the Yugoslav civil war has stopped, the struggle within the prison walls continues. The men are no longer fighting cities, villages and enclaves but for their position at the breakfast table.
Poul, guard in the ICTY Detention Unit in The Hague, values his neutrality. This is being compromised when he gets caught up in a ruthless power game between the detainees.
Director & Screenwriter: Urszula Antoniak. Cast: Hannah Hoekstra, Marwan Kenzari. Country: NL/PL. Co-producer: Lava Film (PL). Status: in development. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: thriller.
A young independent Dutch woman falls madly in love with a charismatic lawyer of Moroccan origins. On a trip to the place of his birth, he is wrongly accused of murder. After their return she must discover which stranger lurks behind his perfect appearance.