Dutch film wins again, foreign the price

The Dutch family film, My very odd week, She was back in the money. The film adaptation of the book by author Anna Woltz’s Friday night shows at the Goldener Spatz Festival in the German city of Weimar award-winning screenplay. That had a distributor, September Film producer and TIE on Saturday to know.

The film has won over the past months, many major awards at international festivals. My very odd week, She won last week’s main prize, the Golden Slipper, the most prestigious Zlin Festival in the Czech republic. At the New York International Children’s Film Festival, the film received the special Grand Prize and Audience Award at mcdonald’s gave Her for the award.

The film is about Sam (played by Sonny van Utteren), who is on vacation with his family on the island of texel wants to learn how to be alone. If he is mysterious and She will meet, it is called an adventure in drawn to it.

Among others, Jennifer Hofmann, Hans Dagelet, Terence Schreurs, and Julian Race, appears in the film, which is as of July 3 in the Dutch cinema’s about. The two main characters are Sonny, from Utteren, and Josephine Arendsen. The girls, who She called as, may be on Sunday the 30th of June for a sneak preview of the film.

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The Dutch children’s film at the awards at the Czech festival

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