|Anne Lordon & Anouk Sluizer & Filine Ledeboer|
|Stadionweg 212 | 1077 TE Amsterdam|
|Sluizer Film Productions
Sluizer Films BV
Sluizer Films was founded by producer, director and screenwriter George Sluizer (1932-2014) and producer Anne Lordon. With Spoorloos (The Vanishing, 1988) they received worldwide recognition. The film won many awards and was the Dutch entry for the Academy Awards in 1989. Since George Sluizer directed a diverse slate of long features like Joao, Utz, Crimetime, The Commissioner, Dying To Go Home and The Stone Raft. He directed the remake of The Vanishing in the US and Dark Blood the last film of River Phoenix. George Sluizer died in 2014 at the age of 82. The production company is continued as Sluizer Film Productions B.V. by Anne Lordon, Anouk Sluizer and Filine Ledeboer.
Director: tba. Screenwriters: George Sluizer, Nick Fisher. Country: NL/UK/CA. Status: in development. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 95 min. Genre: psychological/philosophical thriller.
At the beginning of this tense, disturbing philosophical thriller, Professor and best-selling author Richard Hargreaves leads a perfect life. He is specialised in notions of time and cosmos and owns an amazing collection of clocks. His handsome younger wife is a successful photographer. After a fascinating lecture given by Richard, Jonathan Tempray a strange antique dealer tempts Richard into buying a fabulous ancient astronomical clock. Richard becomes obsessed with understanding the complexities of this extra ordinary clock. Meanwhile Tempray insinuates himself in Richard’s life and particularly making intimate contact with Samantha. By the time Richard discovers the true nature of Tempray and the clock it might be too late to save his perfect life.
The Tragic Death of Branka Djukic
Director & Screenwriter: Slavisa Drobnjakovic. Country: NL/RS/DE/AU. Co-producer: FILM THE WORLD (RS). Producer: Mihajlo Jevtic. Status: financing. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: existential drama.
The tragic death of Branka Đjukić is based on a true story. A Gusle singer introduces us into the story and becomes an (un)reliable narrator and participant in the drama itself. We follow the Serbian highlander Rade after the mysterious murder of his teenage daughter. When customary law fails to meet the laws of humanity, begins a story of a father looking for justice.