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MovieZone Jury

MovieZone MTM Award

The MovieZone MtM Award is the youth award of the festival. The MovieZone members are between 15 and 18 years old and experience the film festival first-hand from behind the scenes. A jury of secondary school students choose their favourite film from a preselected number of films. 

The MovieZone jury has watched the following films during the festival: Krigen, This is Exile, Deep Web, Black Flag, Nice People, Snow Pirates, 3 ½ minutes 10 bullets, El Clan, Sonita, The True Cost, Guantanamo’s Child and Experimenter. 

This year’s MovieZone MtM Award, presented by the youth jury of EYE Film Institute Netherlands and the Movies that Matter Festival, went to the film El Clan by Pablo Trapero.

The jury report stated: ‘El Clan is a film about a Mafia family that has been kidnapping people in Argentina since the eighties. We were impressed by the unexpected plot. We think that this cleanly cut movie will appeal to young people.’ El Clan is part of EYE’s film education programme and will be released in Dutch film theatres by distributor Cinemien on 14 April 201

This year’s jury consisted of Rosa Boon, Judith Haenen, Tessa van Oijen, Sannerien van der Toorn and Steven de Waardt.

Accompanying person MovieZone: Dymme Plomp

MovieZone Jury, is aninitiative of EYE, made possible by NVB, NVF en Het Ministerie van OCW. 

MovieZone MTM Award

The MovieZone MtM Award is the youth award of the festival. A jury of secondary school students choose their favourite film from a preselected number of films. 

The MovieZone jury has watched the following films during the festival: Krigen, This is Exile, Deep Web, Black Flag, Nice People, Snow Pirates, 3 ½ minutes 10 bullets, El Clan, Sonita, The True Cost, Guantanamo’s Child and Experimenter. 

This year’s MovieZone MtM Award, presented by the youth jury of EYE Film Institute Netherlands and the Movies that Matter Festival, went to the film El Clan by Pablo Trapero. 

The jury report stated: ‘El Clan is a film about a Mafia family that has been kidnapping people in Argentina since the eighties. We were impressed by the unexpected plot. We think that this cleanly cut movie will appeal to young people.’ El Clan is part of EYE’s film education programme and will be released in Dutch film theatres by distributor Cinemien on 14 April 201

This year’s jury consisted of Rosa Boon, Judith Haenen, Tessa van Oijen, Sannerien van der Toorn and Steven de Waardt.

Accompanying person MovieZone: Dymme Plomp

MovieZone Jury, is aninitiative of EYE, made possible by NVB, NVF en Het Ministerie van OCW. 

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