본문 바로가기 메뉴 바로가기

Guest Country

The Netherlands has been particularly exceptional in the field of cinematic art as well as traditional fine art and cutting-edge design through its strength and history of visual art. 

“Dutch Panorama” gives the audience an opportunity to look at different aspects of recent Dutch short films. This program will offer a chance to witness the high quality and diversity of Dutch short films.​

Dutch Panorama This program's film rating is for ages 15 and older
Visit

Stijn Bouma

The Netherlands2018Fiction12'16"DCPColorG

A visit from a son on a cloudy afternoon leads to an abrupt split. In a simple but powerful way, the film depicts an older woman’s loneliness and alienation. The smooth motion of the camera, which consists of a single long take, reveals what is behind the emotions of the characters in a controlled and sensitive manner.​
Reruns

Rosto

The Netherlands, France, Belgium2018Animation, Documentary14'15"DCPColorG

The film, which combines both live action and animation, portrays the collision of dreams and memories. It also illustrates the illogicality of dreams in the form of images and narration. The director, Rosto, died suddenly in 2019 after a career working across numerous fields of art, including film.​
Sirene

Zara Dwinger

The Netherlands2017Fiction26'15"DCPColor15

The film is framed as an essay by a 15-year-old boy who has a turbulent life because he is underwhelmed by everything in the world but is neverthelessinterested in it. The film posits that the only way to create a new world is to destroy the comfortable and familiar and accept a strange and unknown self.​​ 
Green Screen Gringo

Douwe Dijkstra

The Netherlands2016Documentary, Experimental15'51"DCPColorG

The film follows a foreigner who travels and explores the inside of Brazil with a portable green screen in hand. Along the way, he encounters a number of people who embody different facets of culture, including politics and art. At the 2017 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, the Grand Prix in the Lab competition section went to this film, which portrays how an outsider sees a country using a simple but brilliant concept.​