Tijs Tinbergen

Last updated

Tijs Tinbergen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈtɛis ˈtɪnˌbɛrɣə(n)] ; born c. 3 July 1947 in Hulshorst  [ af; fr; nl ]) [1] is a Dutch filmmaker.

Tinbergen graduated with honors from the Netherlands Film Academy in 1975. [2] He primarily produces documentaries, usually in collaboration with the producer Jan Musch. In 2009, he won the Golden Calf award for his film Rotvos. [3]

Tinbergen is the son of Tilde Frensdorf (1922–2014) and the ornithologist Luuk Tinbergen (1915–1955). He is the nephew of the Nobel Prize-winning brothers Jan and Niko Tinbergen.

Related Research Articles

Nunspeet Municipality in Gelderland, Netherlands

Nunspeet is a municipality and town in the central Netherlands. It has been an agricultural site since prehistoric times. The municipality contains a number of villages, namely Hulshorst, Elspeet, and Vierhouten. Nunspeet has a vivid historical foundation, called Nuwenspete. In 1972 Nunspeet became a separate municipality after having been part of Ermelo before.

Johan Witteveen Dutch politician and economist

Hendrikus Johannes "Johan" Witteveen was a Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and economist. He served as Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from 1 September 1973 until 18 June 1978.

Luuk Tinbergen was a Dutch ornithologist and ecologist.

Golden Calf (award) Dutch film award

The Golden Calf is the award of the Netherlands Film Festival, which is held annually in Utrecht. The award has been presented since 1981, originally in six categories: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Feature Film, Best Short Film, Culture Prize and Honourable mention. In 2004, there were 16 award categories, mainly because in 2003 the categories Best Camera, Best Montage, Best Music, Best Production Design, Best Sound Design were added.

Carice van Houten Dutch actress and singer

Carice Anouk van Houten is a Dutch actress and singer. Her first leading role in the television film Suzy Q (1999) won her the Golden Calf for Best Acting in a Television Drama; two years later, she won the Golden Calf for Best Actress for Undercover Kitty (2001).

Joost M. Tinbergen is a Dutch ecologist.

Tinbergen is a Dutch surname, and may refer to:

Jacob Derwig Dutch actor

Jacob Derwig is a Dutch actor.

Louis van Gasteren

Louis Alphonse van Gasteren was a Dutch film director, film producer, and artist. He was born in Amsterdam. He is the son of actor Louis van Gasteren Sr. and singer Elise Menagé Challa, and the brother of actress Josephine van Gasteren.

Tijs is a Dutch male given name, which is a derivative form of Matthijs, which is the Dutch form of Matthew or Matthias. Another spelling of this name is Thijs. It may refer to:

Ariane Schluter Dutch actress

Ariane Schluter, is a Dutch actress. She is best known for playing in films by such Dutch filmmakers as Alex van Warmerdam and Theo van Gogh.

The following is a list of winners of the Golden Calf for best Long Documentary at the NFF.

The following is a list of winners of the Golden Calf for best Short Documentary at the Nederlands Film Festival. This category was first awarded in 1993.

Heddy Honigmann (1951) is a Peruvian-born Dutch director of fictional and documentary films.

<i>Hans: Het Leven Voor De Dood</i>

Hans: Het Leven voor de dood is a 1983 Dutch documentary feature film by Louis van Gasteren about the life of the young composer Hans van Sweeden (1939-1963) and those who knew him intimately. The film deals intimately with the children of the Nazis. It won the Golden Calf for Best Feature Film in 1983. Award of the Dutch film critics, 1983; the Belgian film critics Award, 1984; Best Dutch Documentary 1980–1990. 35 mm, b/w & color, 155 min.

<i>In Real Life</i> (film) 2008 film

In Real Life, released in the Netherlands as Het echte leven, is a 2008 Dutch drama film that was written and directed by Robert Jan Westdijk. The film had its premiere at the Netherlands Film Festival on 25 September 2008 and was released on DVD the following year. The film stars Ramsey Nasr as a film director who decides to test his girlfriend's love for him. The movie's soundtrack was composed by Michel Banabila and Eric Vloeimans, and features songs from their album VoizNoiz 3 - Urban Jazz Scapes.

Robert Jan Westdijk is a Dutch film director. His 1995 directorial debut film, Little Sister, won a Golden Calf Award for Best Feature Film.

Peter Paul Muller is a Dutch actor.

Martijn Fischer Dutch actor

Martijn Fischer is a Dutch actor.

Reinout Scholten van Aschat is a Dutch actor.

References

  1. Birth announcement in Nunspeet Vooruit, 4 July 1947.
  2. "Interview Tijs Tinbergen en Jan Musch (Rotvos)" (in Dutch). moviescene.nl.
  3. Two NCRV documentaries win Golden Calf (Dutch) Archived 2015-04-02 at the Wayback Machine