Following a method often used on television of combining monologues and interviews with visual impressions not necessarily having a synchronized relationship with the soundtrack, Roeland Kerbosch set out to give an impression of Amsterdam's 'red light district', right in the heart of the Old City around the historic Old Church.
Film made on the occasion of Queen Wilhelmina’s Golden Jubilee. Five episodes sketch out what life was like in the Netherlands during Queen Wilhelmina’s 50-year reign.
Images of the recovery of the Wieringermeer polder after the Second World War.
Images of the Wieringermeer polder and its villages Middenmeer, Slootdorp and particularly Wieringerwerf. The film revolves around the aftermath of the flood of 1945, when retreating German troops had blown up parts of the Wieringermeer dyke.
Herwinnen door werken, subtitled How we saw Netherlands - is a filmed colour portrait of Netherlands just after the Second World War. Immediately after the liberation of Deventer in April 1945, Alex Roosdorp and his wife Marie Roosdorp-van den Berg began filming of the devastation around them: wrecked towns, destroyed infrastructure and floodplains.
Images of land reclamation and the subsequent cultivation of the new polder land, for the purpose of increasing the area of arable land in the Netherlands. The harvesting of various crops is shown.
Amateur film of the Regout family traveling the world.
The Regouts, traveling by car, plane and boat, make a world tour, starting in The Hague and ending in Tahiti. Footage shot in Iran, Sri Lanka, New Guinea, Australia and Fiji.
Travelogue of an expedition by car from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego.
Report of a trip to India, Japan and Hawaii.
Report of a long journey of the Regout family through Africa.
Mission film commissioned by the congregation of the Paters Montfortanen in Meerssen.