I Used to Dance

Femke Kramer Short documentary - 2012 - 30 min.

Gouden Kalf nominee

Beste Korte Documentaire Femke Kramer

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Femke is ill and is through with being ill. She lives with the incurable auto-immune disorder Lupus. A real sniper. Owing to her power of imagination, she can cope with the disease. The spectator sees what she does not usually show and hears what she does not normally say.

Dramatist and filmmaker Femke Kramer suffers from the auto-immune disease Lupus, which gives free rein to foreign intruders like bacteria. She never knows what the day will bring her. Will she lie in bed all day, exhausted and with migraine, or will she have sufficient energy to do something? While we watch scenes from her daily life, Kramer candidly and at times humorously comments on her life and her disease: ‘the wolf’.

Credits

Director(s) Femke Kramer
Script Femke Kramer
Producer(s) Nathalie Nijkamp
Production Company
Motion Works
Executive Producer
Nathalie Nijkamp
Director of Photography
Editing
Ralf Verbeek
Sound Design
Sound Editor
Studio Le Roy
Sound on Set
Rob Dul
Johan de Ligt
Jillis Schriel
Visual Effects
Music
Production Country
Netherlands