Dirk Rijneke

Dirk Rijneke op IFFR

Dirk/Dick RIJNEKE worked in the 1970s for a year with filmmaker Frans Zwartjes at the Vrije Academie. Together with director and producer Mildred van Leeuwaarden he founded Rotterdam Films in 1980. They have twice provided the opening film for the festival: Voro-Nova (1985), the favourite of festival founder Hubert Bals, and the international episode film City Life (1990). That’s it screened in Rotterdam in 2005. Rotterdam Films has produced and co-produced documentaries and fiction films mainly for cinematic release and worked with directors from all over the world, like Béla Tarr (The Last Boat, 1990) and Ricky Rijneke (Silent Ones, 2013).

Filmography

Escalating Egg (1970, short), Batwing Burner (1970, short), Meeting (1970 short), Tok Tok (1970, short), Unid (1971, short), Druggebruik (1971), Ik weet nog steeds niet of ik beter ben (1972), Ik hou het wel voor gezien/I Take It For Granted (1973, co-dir), Stadsvernieuwing Rotterdam (1976, co-dir), ‘t Is gewoon leven/Living One's Life (1979), Groeten uit Rotterdam (1980, trilogy), Kunst, koek & koffie (1980), A Black and White Statement (1980), Huize Schoonderloo (1980), Pinkel (1982, co-dir), Voro-Nova (1985, co-dir), Hetze (1986, short), City Life, the International Episode Film (1990, co-dir), Urban Jungles (1990, short, co-dir), Krzysztof Kieslowski Seven Actors in Search of a Director (1994), De brugwachter/Bridge Keeper (1996), Bruggen/Bridges (1997, short), Manhattan aan de Maas (2001 short), Waar is mijn jas (2004, short), Nou, dat was het dan!/That's It! (2005, co-dir), Reflections (2008), Boatmen (2012)


Dirk Rijneke op IFFR

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