Luke Bather - 21st Feb 2017

Stefanie Kolk presents a touching clip for Sarah Walk's Still Frames.

It tells the story of a gay couple, beginning on the final day of their relationship and tracing backwards. Through different eras we see them meet, fall in love and eventually move apart. As they pack up their lives together they're reminded of the times they shared.

Knowing from the start how it all ends makes every moment of love bittersweet, but the range of emotions that Kolk manages to convey with her actors in three minutes is impressive.

Credits

WardrobeMijs De Wit
DirectorStefanie Kolk
Production CompanyCardel
1st ADBo Van Der Meer
Director of PhotographyRoy Van Egmond
Focus PullerHenry Vrijsen
2nd ACJaap Mar Diemel, Jeroen Klokgieters
GafferErwin Smit, Jeroen Zwart
Art DirectorGeertje Mirjam Smit
ProducerDelwyn Mooney
HairErik Van Kempen
Make-upErik Van Kempen
EditorMaarten Ernest
ColouristQianwei Tong
Grading companyCaptcha Amsterdam
Lead actorJan Van Galen, Hans Man In't Veld, Jelle Visser, Gregory Samson
Director's RepresentationCardel
CommissionerFaye Purcell
LabelOne Little Indian
Other creditsLine Producer: Roderik Dekker Assistant Line Producer: Hester Breunissent Best Boy: Paul Van Vegchel Best Boy: Tom Enzler Lighting Assistant: Leira Van Kassel Lighting Assistant: Akelei Van Dam Assistant Production Designer: Merle Keessen Camera Rental: HetRaam Amsterdam Casting Agency: Kemna Lighting Co.: Singel Film

Luke Bather - 21st Feb 2017

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