Sylvana Simons choose movie from for program, Movies that Matter
Sylvana Simons, Micha Wertheim, Sanne Vogel, Hanna Verboom and Linda Polman go together a program for the festival Movies that Matter.
They programming together a selection of films that they think everyone they need to see, because they the gaze of the viewer to change the world.
The five prominent figures leading the impressions in and are pre-interviewed about their lives, their work and the chosen film. Sylvana Simons late Crash, a gripping drama about racism and social tensions in Los Angeles, in 2006, the Oscar for best film won. Actress Sanne Vogel choose I Daniel Blake of director Ken Loach, a drama about a man in his fifties who, after a heart problem again trying to find.
Director and Cinetree-founder Hanna Verboom, the film shows The Man Who Mends Women, about a Congolese doctor, and comedian Micha Wertheim leaves Bogota Change, a charismatic Colombian politician. Human rights activist Linda Polman chose for You’ve been Trumped, a documentary about a Scottish village that is in opposition against (at the time still a property developer, now president) Donald Trump.
The Movies that Matter festival takes place from 24 march to 1 april in The Hague. Important partners of the festival include Amnesty International and newspaper Trouw.