BOB ENTROP IN FOCUS #1: PREMIERE & MUSIC (Bioscoop Het Ketelhuis)

Het Ketelhuis, Amsterdam | Thursday 15 June | -

This year the Dutch director Bob Entrop celebrated his 70th birthday. Besides this, he has been working in film for 5 years. Two good reasons to celebrate his work. Entrop has made numerous films on Roma and Sinti and succeeded in gaining access to this closed culture. On June 17 and 18 we will screen a few of his films on Roma and Sinti culture in a retrospective on his work.

After the screening aftertalk with the filmmaker and a musical performance of the Roger Moreno Trio.

Roger Moreno Trio
Roger Moreno was born in Switzerland and moved to the Netherlands in 1980. As an accordionist, violini player and singer of international Gypsy music he has performed on both national and international stages and his music has been used in numerous films. He is the musical leader of the Roger Moreno Trio.


Gedeelde Trots

World premiere

In Gedeelde Trots {Shared Pride) three women with a Sinti and Roma background search, each in their own way, for a way to be free and independent. Ruva was born deaf and fled Kosovo at a young age to free herself from Roma culture. As a baby Nadita was adopted by a non-Roma family and has never known her Serbian biological parents. Cillia lives according to the strict rules of traditional Sinti culture, that sometimes clashes with her career as a Latin dancer.

Bob Entrop (Netherlands)
Netherlands | 2016 | 94 min
Dutch spoken, Interpreter for the deaf in Dutch and not subtitled

Bob Entrop (1946) studied at the Art Academy in Breda. In 1971 he co-founded the first Dutch film collective ‘Kritiese Filmers’ (Critical Filmers). In 1979 he formed SOL Film Productions with his partner Anneke Hopmans.