Bob Visser

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Bob VISSER (1949, Netherlands) is a film and television maker. After studying at the social academy, he directed and produced various documentaries, music videos and feature films such as Plan Delta (1988) and Het veld van eer (1993). He made many children's and youth programmes for Dutch broadcasting company VPRO, including Verhalen van de boze heks and Villa Achterbuurt. In 1993, he founded the production company Neon Film/TV. For years, he produced and directed the programmes Het was and Moois for the regional television station TV Rijnmond. He was also closely involved in De Eefje Wentelteefje TV Show and launched chef Alain Caron as a TV chef with Koken op zee.


(selection) Het gat van Nederland – J.A. Deelders stadsgezicht (1977, doc), Het veld van eer/The Field of Honour (1983), Klassenstrijd (1984), Kranenballet (1985, music video), The Last Genius – Salvador Dali and Me (1986, doc), Plan Delta (1989), Homemolens (1994, short), EXITing (1995, doc), Slow Bullet (1998, short, co-dir), Mijn leven als Deelder (2013, doc, co-dir), Fashion House Marga Weimans (2015, doc, co-dir)

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