Director
Pieter-Rim de Kroon
STRONG VISUAL IMPACT
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Pieter-Rim de Kroon is a highly acclaimed director/producer of distinguished feature documentaries and branded films for premium consumer goods

He just finished the editing of 36 Views Mount Fuji Revisited and A Day in A Life. His film “Dancinʼ The Camera“ was recently released at Cinedance Festival 2016. He is currently preparing a feature length documentary “Travelogue Man”, the incredible story of American Icon Burton Holmes, a short film inspired on the work of The Dutch painter George Breitner, filmed on a vintage motion picture camera and lenses. His latest film The Iconic Cocktail, is about the myths and truths of The Martini.

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The Iconic Cocktail, ‘The Martini’

wins a Silver and a Gold Dolphin
Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2016.

Gold Dolphin : Category Marketing Communications Business To Consumer.
Silver Dolphin : Category Leisure, Arts & Lifestyle

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Dancin’ The Camera

wins Award of Excelence Best Shorts Competition USA 2016

MORE THEN 130 INTERNATIONAL
Winning Awards
My films
  • A classic love story between a tap dancer, a piano player and a 1922 hand cranked 35mm motion-picture camera. The camera as the camera, character and stage. A rhythmical journey of discovery across the magical world of the mechanical and analogue black-and-white film, where illusion lifts reality. Seduced by the...
  • F.I.S.H.I.N.G is both a refreshing and exceptional film dedicated to what may well be the most remarkable national sport in the Netherlands: fishing. In this 90 minutes’ documentary, the filmmakers unprejudicedly dive into an unknown world of anglers and fish. Above water and underneath it. Two parallel worlds, carefully separated...
  • A slow film that transmits the experience of time as in reality, revealing the beauty of the small of everyday. A modest observation of humanity and nature. Filmed in 24 hours on board of the ‘Ni Ho De’ run by the Yamatake family in the Suruga bay and their small...
  • But the German artist Joseph Beuys suggested that it lost its extraordinary radiance after the reclamation of large parts of the Zuyder Zee in the mid-1950s. And that, he said, brought an end to a visual culture that dated back to the 17th century. According to Beuys, sight was the...

‘I am an eye. I am a mechanical eye.
I, a machine, I am showing you a world, the likes of which only I can see’
Dziga Vertov

 

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