De nieuwerwetse wereld

Carin Goeijers Short documentary - 2000 - 42 min.

Gouden Kalf-winnaar

Beste Korte Documentaire Carin Goeijers

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Documentary in which filmmaker Carin Goeijers portrays a family in Zevenbergschsen Hoek, her mother's native village. Tonnie, Kees and Nellie are brothers and sisters. They still live in their parental home, a farm that has been declared unfit for habitation due to the noise pollution that the adjacent high-speed train will produce. Awarded the Golden Calf for Best Short Documentary in 2000.

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Director(s) Carin Goeijers
Production Company VPRO TV
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Production Country
Netherlands