Werkschau/Retrospective Douwe Dijkstra

Filmemacher im Portrait
Filmemacher im Portrait
Filmwinter-Palais – Saal Valie


Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 2, 70173 Stuttgart

U-Bahn, Bus: Haltestelle Charlottenplatz

Don't Blink

Netherlands 2017, Colour, 01:05 Min.

Guess how much I love my short attention span, and tell me about your fervor for channel surfing, O wait I left the stove on... A commissioned film festival trailer made to the slogan of the Go Short International Film Festival in 2017: “Don’t Blink”.

Making-of Don’t Blink

Netherlands 2017, Colour, 01:52 Min.

The studio reality of a one-man band filmmaker in his studio. From playful jam sessions on green screen to tedious post production. Imagine, attempt, fail, fail better, add to render queue... The making-of the commissioned film festival trailer of the 2017 Go Short International Film Festival.


Netherlands 2014, Colour, 12:07 Min.

War is waged on the kitchen table while a man drinks co ee. The world’s on fire. Helicopters shred his newspaper, a drone fires at a plate of broccoli. Démontable is a playful film on the absurd relationship between daily life and global news.

Compilation of older work and behind the scenes footage

Netherlands 2005-2017, Colour, 15:00 Min.

Pretending to take a bullet, blowing up mashed potatoes with firecracker or shredding a newspaper with a modified drill. An insight into different video experiments in a compilation of older short works and behind the scenes footage of Voor Film and Démontable.

Compilation of work by 33 1/3 Collective

Netherlands 2011-2016, Colour, 06:00 Min.

33 1/3 Collective is a platform founded by Jules van Hulst, Coen Huisman and Douwe Dijkstra. By multimedia environments and performances they create images, atmospheres and theatrical scenes. Their approach is to visualise virtual, multilayered and mysterious spaces that change constantly, primarily using projections and video mapping
to tell their story.

Green Screen Gringo

Netherlands 2016, Colour, 15:51 Min.

Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting – and yet turbulent – Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, a gringo can only watch. The result is a mixtape-portrait of modern day Brazil seen through the eyes of the visitor.

Making-of Green Screen Gringo

Netherlands 2018, Colour, 10:00 Min.

In a process of collecting, progressive insight and research a gringo makes a film in Brazil. Resulting in the short documentary Green Screen Gringo.
This making-of shows many of the unused portraits filmed in Brazil and offers a breakdown on several shots from the final film. The making of a visually com- posited collage documentary.