Do you choose your clothes by how they look or who designed them? Now think about films. You probably choose to watch a film based upon who directed it or who stars in it, but have you ever considered who’s responsible for how these film look? Who takes care of the majestic images before you? While the film director will describe the desired feel and look of his/her film, it’s the cinematographer who actually creates the images that lock into your memory. The current exhibition on acclaimed director of photography Robby Müller at EYE film museum in Amsterdam provides insight in the importance of the cinematographer.
After the success of my post ’24 Hours Instagram Diary – Netherlands’ last February, here’s a new blog post with my favourite 15 Instagram photos I uploaded in April.
Last week I was briefly Dutch Girl in the Netherlands (not that an exciting name, I know). Before […]
Last June the streets of Shoreditch were suddenly filled with street artworks by Dutch artist BunnyBrigade. I met up with her and over coffee she told me all about how her bunny brigade was taking over the streets of London.
Here’s part 2 of my arts & culture wrap-up for the months April-June. In this post I give you (a lot!) film & TV tips, food and travel.
Dutch Girl in London recently teamed up with Dutch airline KLM and created a fun interactive travel tool for visitors […]
One of the best and most unexpected things this blog has brought me is the interaction with interesting […]