Press & Trailers

When Klaartje Quirijns received a phone call saying she’d finally been awarded funding she’d been chasing for years for a documentary – working title, Your Mum and Dad – her reaction wasn’t delight, but dismay.
A universal tale for everyone who wonders how to deal with family, secrets, and life itself. ‘They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to but they do. They fill you with the faults they had and add some extra, just for you.’
Speelman is a story of a marriage, which premiered to great acclaim at the Dutch Film Festival in the Netherlands.
A critical look at The Criminal Court in the Hague, which examined the moral dilemmas that arise in the pursuit of Western ideals of justice
In Brooklyn, a 40-year-old Kosovo immigrant is building a guerrilla army. The Brooklyn Connection is a study of gun-running in the US which explored the thin line between being a freedom fighter and a terrorist
Follow Reed Brody of Human Rights Watch over the course of two suspenseful years as he travels through Africa, Europe and the United States, to bring to justice the former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, charged of killing thousands of his own countrymen in the 1980s.
Watch the interview where Klaartje Quirijns talks about her experience with Anton Corbijn and the production of this documentary.
Anton Corbijn’s prolific work has shaped the image of artists such as Joy Division, U2, Nirvana, Metalica, Depeche Mode or R.E.M. But what drives the photographer, filmmaker and video artist who has been hidden from the public for so long?