Littekins (Scars)

Saturday, February 28th


8:30 PM Reception by the Embassy of Netherlands /
9:20 PM Screening
US Naval Heritage center
$12 in advance HERE or at the door

littekens (scars)

Netherlands / 2014 / 105mins / In Dutch with English Subtitles
Directed by Martin Beek and Patrick Huiberts
US Premiere / Post-screening Q&A with Director

Lead Cast: André Dashorst, Kimberley Dekker, Chantal Demming

When Suzanne is little, her mother  makes it clear that she doesn’t have a father and is conceived in a test tube. Eventually, in an emotional talk with her grandfather, the old man unravels bit by bit the truth about the identity of Suzanne’s father.  Suzanne is so angry with her mother that she leaves the house after a huge row, embarking on a journey to find her father.  Things do not turn out as expected.

Director Martin Beek is a traditionally schooled cinematographer who has over 25 years of experience in the field of film making. Being a pioneer of computer controlled camera techniques (Motion Control and “Go Motion”) for several feature films in the ’90-s, he has shot hundreds of visual effects- and animation-sequences for Marin County VFX, Meddings Magic Camera Co and as as free-lancer under the name “Marvels Visual Effects”.

Screens with the accompanying short:

THE ART POLICE Directed by Jonah Zeiger and Kimberly Harwood (USA/2015/11:42)

Harry Scribner is a frustrated writer who finds himself caught between fictional worlds of his own making. While trying to write his action hero characters out of a maze-like complex, he is suddenly arrested by two detectives who confiscate his writings and charge him with fraud. As the line between fiction and reality becomes harder to discern, Harry’s characters become his only guide through the dangerous territory of the imagination.

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