Retrospektif

1982 —
 100 min —
 100 min
 Chris Marker
A woman narrates the contemplative thoughts of a seasoned world traveler, meditations on time and memory expressed in words and images from places as far-flung as Japan, Guinea-Bissau, Iceland, and…
1977 —
 178 min —
 178 min
 Chris Marker
Directed in 1977 and reedited in 1998, this saga of the left as seen by Chris Marker resonates in the decades following May 68. In three hours and two parts,…
1968 —
 26 min —
 26 min
 Chris Marker
An documentary about the peaceful march to the Pentagon organized in October 1967 by young Americans who opposed the Vietnam War. This Mobilization to End the War, which brought together…
1958 —
 67 min —
 67 min
 Chris Marker
A traveller takes a journey through the vast territory of Siberia, recording his observations on its people and places, wildlife and culture.
1950 —
 9 min —
 9 min
 Albert Haanstra
In an instant Bert Haanstra was internationally known. During filming he held the camera upside down and afterwards put the images ‘up right’ again in the film. By doing this,…
1963 —
 90 min —
 90 min
 Albert Haanstra
In The Human Dutch, Bert Haanstra paints a portrait of The Netherlands and the Dutch, in his own unparalleled manner. Partly with the aid of a hidden camera he observes…
1957 —
 20 min —
 20 min
 Albert Haanstra
In Rembrandt, Haanstra shows that it is possible to make a fascinating film, only with images from paintings. In the most famous fragment of the film, we see through a…
1966 —
 92 min —
 92 min
 Albert Haanstra
Water in its soothing form, as a place of work and pleasure and as a source of threat and misery. Often they are being observed in a gentle humorous way…
1962 —
 11 min —
 11 min
 Albert Haanstra
A perfect, fast and hilarious montage. Using images from Artis (Amsterdam Zoo), Bert Haanstra shows that a couple of similarities can be discovered between man and animal. Particularly the manner…
1958 —
 11 min —
 11 min
 Albert Haanstra
This short ‘free’ film, shot in the glass factories of Leerdam and Schiedam, demonstrates how glass blowers do their work. But thanks to the superbly edited ballet of working hands…