Till the End of The World

The Netherlands, 2018, 26 min
The eight-year-old Marie lives with her father Boudewijn in a small house at the edge of the city. Their world is full of play and imagination, and Boudwijn teaches her to dream. However, Marie has become aware of an unpredictability in her father. Because of his addiction, the warm, dreamy man of the day can suddenly turn into a pair of empty eyes that don’t seem to see her. A man that is not her father. As Marie tries to fight this feeling of unsafety, the two seem to spiral out of control. A story about the strength of a child fighting for the unconditional love of her father.
Crew

Director: Florence Bouvy
Screenplay: Jessie Tiemeijer
Producer: Eefje Helmus, Charlene Vos
Director of Photography: Eva Heinsbroek
Art Direction: Louka Hoogendijk
Costume Design: Louka Hoogendijk
Sound Max: van den Oever
Editor: Mischa Lamping
Sound Design: Selle Sellink
Music: Moritz Gabe

Cast

Marie – Linde van der Storm
Boudewijn – Juda Goslinga
Anan – Gino Mutunda
Harald – Fred Goessens
Khaleel – Mike Libanon
Jasmijn – Elisa Beuger

Film Festival Agency

Markus Kaatsch
aug&ohr medien
Riemannstr. 21
10961 Berlin, Germany
+49 (0)30 61620068

film@augohr.de
www.augohr.de

Film School

The Netherlands Filmacademy
Constant van Panhuys
Markenplein 1
1011 MV Amsterdam

filmacademie@ahk.nl
www.filmacademie.nl

Florence Bouvy

Growing up in Amsterdam, surrounded by a high-paced culture and parents that worked in film and theatre, Florence caught the love of storytelling at a very early age. As she developed herself creatively and intellectually, her fascination for human behaviour became a big part of her voice. In a constant search of deeper reflection on her stories, she studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam, and soon after applied to the Netherlands Film Academy, where she was selected to study film directing. During her school years she experimented with different styles in search of the perfect balance for each story, switching between the expressive and poetic, versus more sober, naturalistic forms. Her drive is to create experiences for the audience through the evocative power of film.

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