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Dutch FilmWorks Int’l unveils factual, children’s slate ahead of Mipcom

Voice of Liberation follows the route used by the Allies in western Europe in WWII

Netherlands-based distributor Dutch FilmWorks (DFW) International has unveiled a slate of factual and kids programming ahead of this year’s Mipcom.

Produced by Czar Film & TV for Netflix and Belgian streamer Streamz, Voice of Liberation (11×52’) is presented by stars including Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Love Actually, Game of Thrones, The Queen’s Gambit) and Christian Berkel (Valkyrie, Man from U.N.C.L.E., Downfall). It retraces the liberation route followed by the western Allies during the Second World War.

Also on the slate is The Art Dispute (8×45’), an eight-part documentary series on looted art that was originally commissioned by Dutch broadcaster Bnnvara.

Hacked, which follows three teens who discover their phones have been hacked, is a 10×10’ young adult series first commissioned by Streamz and Play4 and produced by Dingie.

Silverstar, produced by 2C Film, is a film about horse dealing, while The Claus Family 2 is a Christmas movie produced by Dingie.

Ninjas Down the Street is about a pirate and ninja family living nearby in a close-knit community, while Bittersweet Sixteen, produced by Zodiak Belgium, follows teenager Lotte and her upcoming birthday party.


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