Lemming Film


Leontine Petit, Fleur Winters, Erik Glijnis
Valschermkade 36 F | 1059 CD Amsterdam
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Established in 1995, Lemming Film has a proven track record of delivering an eclectic slate of quality films and drama series. Lemming Film produces projects that reflect an open-minded vision on contemporary society. The productions are regularly financed from several international sources and are widely shown at prestigious international festivals. As one of the leading companies in The Netherlands for international productions, Lemming Film has (co-)produced a total of 48 national and international feature films and 16 drama series.

Our most recent feature films include Berlin Alexanderplatz (Burhan Qurbani), Monos (Alejandro Landes), Zama (Lucretia Martel), The Lobster (Yorgos Lanthimos), Full Contact (David Verbeek), and My Giraffe (Barbara Bredero). All received international acclaim at the most influential festivals such as Cannes, Toronto, Venice and Berlin. Recent drama-series include Fenix (Shariff Korver) and Holland's Hope (Dana Nechusthan). Currently, we are in production with the drama series Heirs of the Night (Diederik van Rooijen) – a co-production between Germany, The Netherlands and Norway – for which Lemming film is the delegate producer.


CURRENT PROJECTS

Dead & Beautiful
Director & Screenwriter: David Verbeek. Cast: tba. Country: NL/RO. Co-producer: House on Fire International (RO). Status: in financing / pre-production. Release: 2020. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: Smart vampire film. Distribution/Sales: Indie Sales.

A group of young and spoiled rich kids turn into vampires after a night out, changing the course of their lives and driving a wedge between them all.

Taking Leave
Director: Lourens Blok. Screenwriter: Jeroen Scholten van Aschat & Wander Theunis. Cast: tba. Country: NL/IE. Co-producer: Blinder Films (IE). Status: in development & financing. Release: 2021. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: dramedy. Distribution/Sales: tba.

74-year-old Anthony is a mild-mannered former librarian spending his retirement days in a loveless marriage avoiding contact with his domineering wife and visiting more funerals than birthdays. Anthony decides he’s had enough. His solution – to fake his own memory loss and escape to a care home. But keeping up the charade isn't all fun and games. Now that Anthony isn’t talking back, his daughter finally opens up to him; once-beautiful Rosa might be too far-gone to return his affections; and our hero begins to suspect he might not be the only one acting...