We just finished the foley recordings and foley premix for the feature film ‘Gooische Vrouwen 2’. The first movie was one of the most succesful Dutch movies ever made. We sure did have some fun doing the foley for the second part and hopefully the audience will feel the same watching it. Gooische Vrouwen 2 will have it’s premiere on the 4th of December 2014.
In the first months of 2014 we have been working on building a recording room specially dedicated to recording foley. The new foley studio is the most complete foley studio in the Netherlands with different surfaces, dirtpits and an enormous amount of props. We already finished the recordings for the Greek movie ‘A Blast’ and the Dutch movie ‘Gooische Vrouwen 2’ and the new foley sounds great! Check out our foley page for more info.
The Dutch feature film ‘Afscheid van de Maan’ (Farewell to the Moon) by director Dick Tuinder is nominated for a Hivos Tiger Award at the Internation Film Festival Rotterdam 2014. I did the foley for this incredible movie that also will have it’s premiere at the festival. For more info see the website
Tula the Revolt just won the Grand Jury Prize at the London Film Awards. This festival is one of the world’s leading international film and screenplay competitions. Check out the LFA website for more details.
The Dutch Film Festival (NFF) has officially started today and we are proud to announce that there will be 5 movies playing at the festival where we worked on: Scooterdagen (sound design), Zonder (sound design, mixing), De Nieuwe Wereld (foley), Life is Beautiful (foley) and Alleen Maar Nette Mensen (foley). For more info check: www.filmfestival.nl
We just finished the sound design for the tv movie Scooterdagen by director Leonie de Boer. The movie will be screened at the Dutch Film Festival 2013 (NFF) and is selected for the Debut Competition of the festival. Scooterdagen will air later this year on Dutch television and is one of the One Night Stands movies made in 2013. We did the audio post production, sound design and premix in 5.1. surround.
In the new Volkswagen commercial a dog thinks he’s a car. A great challenge for a sound designer: how do you make a dog sound like a car? I worked on the sound design for this commercial and designed the last sound: the car alarm! You can check it out: here
I just finished the 5.1. surround mix for the documentary My Amityville Horror, by Los Angeles based director Eric Walter. The documentary was a great success at the BFI London Film Festival which made it financially possible to redo the mix in 5.1. surround at the mixing stage at Cinemeta.
During the upcoming Dutch Film Festival (NFF) there are 7 productions I’ve worked on as a foley artist or sound designer. One of those productions, the documentary Stuff Everywhere, is nominated for the award for Best Debut Director. The feature film Bellicher Cel will have it’s official premiere at the festival.