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Holly Hunter Joins Cast of Dutch Film ‘Jackie’ (Exclusive)

Antoinette Beumer to direct Dutch road movie, which begins shooting on Monday in New Mexico.

Dutch Judge Rules for Rutger Hauer in Heineken Film Case

A convicted crime boss claimed Hauer’s new film "The Heineken Kidnapping" was "bad for his image."

River Phoenix’s Final Film to Be Released After 18 Years (Exclusive)

Dutch director George Sluizer to recut original footage of “Dark Blood” for release in 2012.

Cast, crew boycott ‘Eep!’

The cast and crew of Dutch Generation Kplus entry "Eep!" are boycotting Monday?s world premiere in Berlin as a legal battle between director Rita Horst and producers Lemming Film continues to escalate.

Downturn at Rotterdam film festival

The 38th edition of the International Film Festival of Rotterdam closed Saturday night with fewer admissions, fewer international guests and rumors about changes in the festival staff.

Children’s film, TV festival in limbo

The future of Cinekid, widely regarded as the most important festival for children's entertainment on film and television, is in doubt.

RCV Ent. acquires AFM selections

Independent Benelux distributor RCV Entertainment, part of the Entertainment One Group, picked up a raft of titles during the American Film Market.

A-Film inks deal for Relativity releases

A-Film on Monday announced an output deal for releasing films from U.S. production house Relativity's "Single Picture" outfit.

Hubert Bals Fund supports 25 films

The Hubert Bals Fund (HBF), part of the International Film Festival of Rotterdam, announced Thursday financial contributions to 25 film projects in 19 countries for a total amount of 362,500 euros ($466,000).

Verhoeven, Houwer reteam for ‘Success’

Director Paul Verhoeven plans to reunite with his Dutch producer Rob Houwer, with whom he made his first features "Turkish Delight" and "Soldier of Orange."

Dutch film criticized for public subsidy

Dutch minister of Development Cooperation Bert Koenders is under attack for subsidizing a feature film that will never be released in cinemas.

‘Love Is All’ takes Golden Calf at Dutch fest

Romantic comedy "Love Is All" took home the Golden Calf for best Dutch feature Friday night as the Dutch Film Festival in Utrecht came to a close. Its helmer, Joram Lursen, received the award for best director.