Film Trade Organisations in Holland
Trade organisation for theatre-, film- and television actors.
Trade organisation for assistant directors.
Trade organisation for crew members in film and television.
VERS (formerly the Association of New Film and Television Makers, or NFTVM) aims to connect young film and television makers with each other and with established colleagues. The association offers members information about work-related topics, through workshops, a website, newsletter and a monthly VERS evening.
VNAP looks after the collective and individual interests of animation producers and stimulates the animation industry in the Netherlands.
The Kring van Nederlandse Filmjournalisten (KNF, Circle of Dutch Film Journalists) looks after the interests of professional film journalism and is a point of contact for organisations and individuals from the Netherlands and abroad. Nearly all film journalists and critics that work in the Netherlands are connected to the KNF.
Trade association of different PR companies that work in various fields of media operations.
NBF, founded in 1952, is Holland's oldest and largest trade organisation for film- and televisionmakers. The organisation offers information, services and personal assistance to members and other trade associations in the film industry.
NVPI is the trade organisation for the Dutch entertainment industry. The association represents the majority of Dutch record companies, video distributors, and game software-distributors in government, press, politics and relevant concertation networks.
NCE is and association where film editors from home and abroad can meet and inspire each other. The NCE concerns itself with the artisanal and substantive aspects of film editing, and works towards the professionalisation and development by organising lectures and seminar about the craft and special editors' meetings at film festivals.
Dutch Directors Guild looks after the socio-economical, copyright protection and individual interests of feature film, documentary and television directors in the Netherlands.
NVB is the trade organisation for all cinema- and film theatre-proprietors in the Netherlands. The association looks after collective trade interests, promotion, professionalisation and communication in the broadest sense of the word.
Nederlandse Vereniging van Filmdistributeurs (NVF)
Michael C. Lambrechtsen
1040 KH Amsterdam
tel. 020 3868630 / 06 5357865
fax. 020 3868631
The Nederlandse Vereniging van Filmdistributeurs (Dutch Association of Film Distributors) looks after the interests of the affiliated film distributors in the Netherlands. NVF us a member of the Nederlandse Federatie voor de Cinematografie (NFC, Dutch Federation for Cinematography) and the Fédération Internationale des Associations de Distributeurs de films (FIAD).
Netwerk Scenarioschrijvers represents Dutch writers for film, television, radio, animation films and documentaries. The organisations works towards the professionalisation of this crafts, a better (legal) poisition for screenwriters and further schooling of members. Netwerk Scenarioschrijvers is a chapter of the Vereniging van Schrijvers en Vertalers (VSenV, Association of Writers and Translators).
Nederlandse Federatie voor de Cinematografie (NFC)
PO Box 143
1180 AC Amstelveen
tel. 020 4266100
fax. 020 4266110
NFC is the federation of Nederlandse Vereniging van Bioscoopexploitanten (NVB, Dutch Association of Cinema Proprietors) and the Nederlandse Vereniging van Filmdistributeurs (NVF, Dutch Association of Film Distributors).
Association of Dutch feature and documentary producers.
NSC is the trade organisation for Dutch directors of photography and is associated with the Federatie Filmbelangen and IMAGO.
Federatie Filmbelangen represents all trade organisations in the Dutch film industry.
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