Thin Ice | NPO Radio 1

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Joosje was invited to the Dutch radio show Spraakmakers by NPO Radio 1 to talk about her short film Thin Ice. Later this week, Thin Ice premieres at the Rotterdam Open Air Cinema.

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GAPPIES | Winner of NPO3 Series Contest

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Joosje’s web series idea GAPPIES, about five supermarket employees who all have a different idea of how to save their local supermarket from being taken over by a chain brand, is one of five winners of the Dutch NPO3 Series Contest.

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Wet Shapes | American TV Debut

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Joosje makes her American television debut this week in the tv special Wet Shapes on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim Channel. Wet Shapes airs for four consecutive nights at 4AM, through Friday morning.

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Thin Ice | ShortsTV Pitch Prize

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At the Netherlands Film Festival, Joosje won a Pitch Prize organized by ShortsTV, helping her to realize Thin Ice. In the final round of the competition, Joosje was given one minute to pitch her project to a jury and audience. 

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NIGHT | Urbanworld Film Festival

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On September 23, NIGHT had its New York premiere at the Oscar-qualifying Urbanworld Film Festival. In the same week, the film had its Dutch premiere at the Netherlands Film Festival in the 'Dutch Students Abroad' category.

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VPRO | Interview

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In an interview with Dutch tv network VPRO's online platform These Are The Names, Joosje discussed her work on NIGHT as well as her plans of making a feature film and her sources of inspiration. 

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NIGHT | Film Festival Awards

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On Sunday May 6, NIGHT won awards at two festivals in one night. At the CineYouth Chicago International Film Festival, NIGHT received the Best Overall Film Award. At the Trinity Film Festival, NIGHT won Best Writing and Best Acting. Dutch national news publications De Telegraaf and NU.nl wrote about it.

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NIGHT | Festivals April

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The premiere of Joosje's NYU thesis short film NIGHT will be on April 8 at the Sarasota Film Festival. The film goes on to screen at the Oscar-qualifying Nashville Film Festival, NFFTY and the Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFB) in April.

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