Wendelien Voogd is visual anthropologist, film maker and script Editor/coach. She also works on new media projects.
2018 Tiffany’s Dream, documentary 25 “(Screenings: Zapp Echt Gebeurd KRO-NCRV Rotterdam Sportfilm Festival 2018, Cinekid 2018, FICTS Milano.
Awards: Rotterdam Sport film Award 2018, Special Jury Mention FICTS International Sportfilm Festival Milano. )
2016 Intangible Heritage, documentary (in development)
2015 DUST. The last seamstresses of Staphorst (in development)
2011 The Miracle of Weebosch (52 “), documentary about the annual procession and horse blessing of Weebosch. (film plan developed during the IDFA Documentary Workshop 2008). Screenings: Idfa, Intimate Lens Festival, Italy, Omroep Brabant, Wereld of Witte de With, Rubin Museum New York.
2009 Brother Bee (12 “) under supervision of Pieter Fleury. Various festivals
2007 Sons of Art. Rotterdam Boys Choir 1957-2007 (47 “). Screenings: IFFR, RTV Rijnmond, Hollanddoc.nl, Regiodoc.
Clients: Directors Monique Nolte, Janetta Ubbels, Producers VolyaFilms, Hollandse Helden, Halal Films and Pieter van Huystee films.
Projects: The Free Market (2016) directed by Madeleine van der Werf, Volya Films (Selection Media Fund, nomination debut competition NFF), KRO-NCRV, RTV Rijnmond, Wild Flowers (2015) Director Fathia Bazi, about the last Burnesha of Albania (prize Best Debut film, DocTiff 2016), NTR
New Media Projects
Staphorst in the picture (Staphorst), Hivos (The Hague), Intergamma (Leusden), Icare (Purmerend), ABVAKABO FNV (Zoetermeer), Eneco (Rotterdam), Municipality of Rotterdam (Rotterdam),
FNV Bondgenoten (Utrecht), housing association Haag Wonen (The Hague), Ministry of Health, Welfare, Netherlands Institute for Care and Welfare. See also www.mirakelmedia.nl.
Gemak, The Hague
Reinwardt College, Amsterdam
Leiden University, Visual anthropology
Idfa Workshop, with John Appel and guest lecturers
Training Camjo, Open Studio Amsterdam
Workshop Kids & Docs with Coco Schrijber and guest teachers
PR & Communication & Webdesign