It’s All So Quiet receives funding from the Dutch Film Fund

The feature film It’s All So Quiet by director Nanouk Leopold is selected for funding by the Dutch Film Fund. Leopold wrote the script based on the successful and acclaimed novel by Gerbrand Bakker. It’s All So Quiet is about the troublesome relationship between an aging, isolated farmer and his sick father. The book is […]

Two Circe films to premiere at the Berlinale 2011

Both Brownian Movement by Nanouk Leopold and Our Grand Despair by Seyfi Teoman have been selected for the Berlin International Film Festival 2011. Brownian Movement is selected for the Forum section and will have its premiere on February the 15th at the Delphi-Filmpalast. Our Grand Despair is screened in Competition and will have its world […]

Hemel starts filming

Hemel, in between, had its first shooting day at Christie’s auctioneers in Amsterdam last week. The first feature of Sacha Polak is based on a screenplay by Helena van der Meulen; the leads are played by discovery Hannah Hoekstra, Hans Dagelet an Rifka Lodeizen. Hemel, in between tells the story of Hemel, who was raised […]

Brownian Movement worldpremiere at Toronto

Brownian Movement by Nanouk Leopold has been selected for Toronto IFF. It will premiere in the Vision section. World sales is taken care of by Films Distribution. Press & Industry screenings at the Toronto IFF will take place on September 13th at Scotia Bank 1 (4:30pm) and September 17th at AGO (12:00pm). Public screenings will […]

Hubert Bals Support for De Jueves A Domingo

Circe Films has become co-production partner of De Jueves a Domingo (Thursday to Sunday), the feature film debut of Dominga Sotomayor. The project was granted support from the Hubert Bals Fund Plus and is produced by Chilian based CinestaciĆ³n. The other co-producers are Forastero (Chili) and Umedia (France). De Jueves a Domingo narrates the story […]

82 days in April receives funding from Dutch Film Fund

The feature film debut of director Bart Van den Bempt was selected for funding by the Dutch Film Fund as part of the cooperation with the Flemisch Film Fund. Serendipity Films from Belgium will produce the film and Circe Films will act as a co-producer. The films tells the story of two parents who arrive […]

Happiest Girl leading at home

Radu Jude’s The Happiest Girl In The World topped the nominations for Romania’s Gopo national film awards with 11 nominations: Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay (Radu Jude and Augustina Stanciu) and Best Leading Actress (Andreea Bosneag), among other categories. The Gopo prizes ceremony ( takes place on March 29.

Two Circe premieres at Rotterdam IFF

Jesse de Jongs Heavenly Life on Earth will premiere on February 2nd at the International Film Festival of Rotterdam in the Bright Future Section. In this egomentary Jesse de Jong portrays his moving to a commune in the countryside after an edifying trip to the Surinamese jungle. On January 28th the Dutch premiere of Face […]

Zomer (Summer, working title) by Sacha Polak funded

Feature debut director Sacha Polak was selected for funding by Dutch Filmfund, Media Fund and VPRO with her film Zomer, written by Helena van der Meulen. The film, about a sexually active young woman and her even more active father, will be shot in September this year in Rotterdam with a.o. Daniel Bouquet as DoP […]