De dirigent

Maria Peters Feature film - 2018 - 139 min.
Twelve plus
Violence

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Historical drama, based on the life of Dutch Antonia Brico, the first woman ever to conduct large symphony orchestras. The road to the concert stage faced her with vital choices in matters of life and love.

The United States, 1926. The now 24-year-old Dutch Antonia Brico emigrated stateside as a child with her parents. There, her ambition to become a conductor is not taken seriously by anyone. Via her native country and the famous conductor Willem Mengelberg, she ends up in Berlin. In this city, it turns out a woman stands a better chance of reaching the concert stage. But just when her star is rising, the love of her life puts Antonia on the spot. Based on the life of the first woman ever who conducted large symphony orchestras.

Credits

Director(s) Maria Peters
Script Maria Peters
Producer(s) Dave Schram
Production Company
Co-producer(s)
Executive Producer
Co-production Company
Umami Media
Menuetto Film
Casa Kafka Pictures
AVROTROS
Research
Rex Brico
Director of Photography
Production Design
Editing
Costume Design
Sound Design
Sound Editor
Sound on Set
Visual Effects
Music
Cast
Christanne de Bruijn
Benjamin Wainwright
Scott Turner Schofield
Richard Sammel
Seumas F. Sargent
Annet Malherbe
Raymond Thiry
Gijs Scholten van Aschat
TV Company
Distribution
Still Photography
Choreography
Production Country
Netherlands