Beste Actrice Carice van Houten
Beste Lange Speelfilm Burny Bos
Beste Acteur Theo Maassen
Platina Film (400.000 bezoekers speelfilm)
Gouden Film (100.000 bezoekers speelfilm)
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Youth film adaptation of an Annie M.G. Schmidt book. A shy reporter gets his scoops from Miss Minoes, who is actually a pussycat. Through the neighbourhood cats, she keeps abreast of all the latest.
Family film adaptation of a book by Annie M.G. Schmidt. Mr. Tibbe is a timid newspaper journalist in the town of Killendoorn. He fails to produce pieces with any news value and his boss is about to fire him. But then he meets Miss Minoes, a neat lady in a suit who communicates with cats, nuzzles up to them and purrs, and who is kept abreast of all news items involving Killendoorn by the neighbourhood cats. With voices of Annet Malherbe, Wim T. Schippers, Katja Schuurman, Paul Haenen, Loes Luca, Hans Teeuwen, Frits Lambrechts and Kim van Kooten. In 2001 Minoes won Golden Calve Awards for Best Feature Film and Best Actress (Carice van Houten).