Frederik Duerinck (NL, 1976) is a filmmaker and artist located in Breda. He is lead designer of the Award winning multi sensory installation Famous Deaths which has been shown at numerous venues like Tribeca filmfestival, IDFA and South by Southwest. He is co-author of the book Sense of Smell. His documentary ‘End of Europe’ won the media art festival in 2003.

 

In his work Duerinck researches the boundaries of conventional storytelling, creating embodied narratives. Besides his career as filmmaker and artist, Duerinck is coordinator of the Communications and Multimedia Design program (Breda).

Marleine van der Werf (CH/ NL, 1985) is a filmmaker and artist based in Rotterdam. Her films 'illimited', premiered at IDFA and the surrealistic film 'The Perceptionist' was nominated for the ‘Rene Coelho Prize’. Her work has been shown at Art Rotterdam and Art Basel and is represented in the distribution collection of Film institute Eye in the Netherlands.

In her work she explores ideas about imagination, the subconsciousness and resilience. Van der Werf creates strong cinematic worlds in which our perception is challenged. In 2015 she was the recipient of the Stipendium Program for Emerging Artists by the Dutch Mondriaan fund. In 2016 her documentary 'The Free Market premiered at the Dutch filmfestival, was represented at IDFA docs for sale and shown at festivals like the Human rights filmfestival in Seoel, Korea. Currently she is doing her masters as a researcher in cinema at the Filmacademy where she researches Perception.