To introduce their first broadcast of Elephant Feet, Arte has made a portrait of Dan Geesin. This interview (with bonus video) can be seen on Arte website.
After being selected for the Clermont Ferrand Film Festival Competition, and winning the Golden Calf, ELEPHANT FEET by Dan Geesin, is doing well on the international market. The film was selected for the prestigious Les Nuits en Or; a short film programme by the French César Académie du Cinema. Every year the Académie selects the [...]
ELEPHANT FEET, the film by artist, composer and filmmaker Dan Geesin, won the Golden Calf -the Dutch Film Award- this weekend!!! Rots Filmwerk congratulates the whole cast and crew, but above all ofcourse Dan Geesin himself. Elephant Feet would not have been possible without the financial support by The Netherlands Film Fund, and the sponsoring [...]
The Ingmar Bergman International Debut award went to Dutch film "Can Go Through Skin," by Esther Rots. 8-02-2010 - The Ingmar Bergman Award, one of the six Dragon Awards of the Göteborg International Film Festival in Sweden, celebrates "a debutant who in her film treats an existential theme with a dynamic or experimental approach to [...]
"Can Go through Skin" won the prestigious BREAKING WAVES award and a 10,000-euros prize for Best Film at the 17th Titanic International Film Festival in Budapest on Saturday. 19-4-2010 - Every year the award goes to the director of the most outstanding, daring and innovative movie of the Hungarian Titanic International Film Festival. This year's [...]
'The Garden', a short film by Dan Geesin and Esther Rots will be screened at the Tate Modern in London. The film, a photo-animation made in 1999, is the first collaboration of Dan Geesin and Esther Rots.
Arsenal Distribution is releasing 'Can go through skin' in Germany. Arsenal, the 'Institut für Film und Videokunst', that also organizes the Forum of the Berlinale, is distributing the film. The first screening was thursday the 28th January at the Arsenal, Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.