Anton Corbijn Inside Out

Klaartje Quirijns Long documentary - 2012 - 81 min.

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Anton Corbijn has been an all-round and influential visual artist in pop culture over the last three decades. As a photographer, he made a key contribution to shaping the image of artists like Joy Division, U2 and Depeche Mode. He soon made the transition to music videos. In the last decade, he also applied himself to feature films. His first film Control, about the life and death of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, was awarded in Cannes and won a British Academy Award. In 2010, his second feature film The American was released, featuring George Clooney.
For someone who, judged from a distance, leads a glamorous life surrounded by celebrities, he turns out to be surprisingly indifferent to wealth and fame. He is modest and, above all, very sober.


Director(s) Klaartje Quirijns
Producer(s) Sander Verdonk
Gertjan Langeland
Production Company
LEV Pictures
CTM Films
Fastnet Films
Savage Film
Executive Producer
Director of Photography
Sound Editor
Rob Flanagan
Sound on Set
TV Company
Production Country