Once again, Chasing the Sun will be screened at a British festival. This time our film has been selected for the InShort Film Festival in London! Chasing the Sun has now toured the world and has been shown on almost all continents. We would like to thank everyone for yet another milestone!
In our trip around the world, Chasing the Sun is back to its roots: The Hague. During the Roots Film Festival, our film competes for the award of best film! But, apart from the competition, it was a very pleasant weekend with lots of familiar faces, friends and, of course, films!
We can add another place and country to the list. This time Chasing the Sun goes to the United Kingdom. To be precise: Birminghamshire. This is the home base of Lift-Off Filmmaker Sessions. We have gained another great experience!
Golden beaches, palm trees and films: Chasing the Sun has been selected for Bali Minikino Film Week! During this annual film festival, Chasing the Sun will be screened several times, at different locations on the island. It is part of the Tech Bites programme. Thank you Bali for this great experience!
Chasing the Sun has made another step forward in the international film circuit. This time, the film is set to hit Dehli’s biggest entertainment event: Diorama. We thank everyone who made this new adventure possible!
Los Angeles, of course, is the one and only capital city of the film. So we are thrilled that Chasing the Sun will be screening at the Los Angeles Cinefest Film Festival! It is an honour that our short film will be screened in this, for film makers, sacred place.
Chasing the Sun will be shown at various film festivals in The Netherlands and abroad. Keep an eye on our channels to find out when Chasing the Sun will be screened in your area.
We have seen many beautiful locations during our films. But what we encountered in Groningen was truly breathtaking. At first sight, it looks like a big reed field with water surrounding it. But suddenly a large wooden building appears. Out of nowhere. In Groningen, this birdhouse is known as the Kiekkaaste.