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Maartje Seyferth & Victor Nieuwenhuijs
Victor Nieuwenhuijs (1944, Amsterdam) studied politics at the Amsterdam University, painting and photography at Ateliers 63 and film at the Free Academy of Frans Zwartjes in The Hague.
Maartje Seyferth (1945, Amsterdam) studied at the Theaterschools of Amsterdam (directing) and Antwerp (acting). As an actress she played in many trendsetting avant-garde theatre plays and films. Studied painting at the Rietveld Academy.
Since 1986 Victor Nieuwenhuijs and Maartje Seyferth work together as filmmakers and founded Moskito Film to produce their films. For more information visit: www.moskitofilm.nl
- ADDRESS TO THE LANDSCAPE - 1987. Short film inspired by a tale of Franz Kafka.
- ON SUNDAY - 1988. Short film
- A DAY LASTING A THOUSAND YEARS - 1989. Short film. Awarded in Cracow, Poland.
- ARMANDO - 1990. Documentary about this multi-talented artist.
- LINE, SPACE AND ILLUSION - 1992. Documentary about the artist Marijke de Goey.
- VENUS IN FURS - 1995. feature film. Awarded in St. Petersburg and in Australia.
- HIDDEN ZONE - 1997. Documentary about art and modern townbuilding.
- SCULPTURES - 2000. Documentary about the artist Bert van Loo, who makes monumental sculptures with glass.
- TREES - 2001. Documentary.
- CARMEN - 2003. Documentary about the making off of this opera in a footbaal stadium.
- THE PRESENT - WAKE UP - 2005. Video art.
- NEW BABYLON - 2005, Documentary about art.
- LULU- 2005. feature film.
- THE PRESENT – WAKE UP – 2005. Dvcam. 6.30 min. Experimental Short.
- NEW BABYLON - 2005. 35mm. 13 min. Documentary on a visionary city by the artist Constant.
- SOUNDCLOTS – 2006. Digi beta. 50 min. Documentary about the Dutch composer Jakob van Domselaer, who lived in the beginning of the 20th century.
- CARNE – work in progress. 35mm. Feature film
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