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Dutch film industry during World War II

Collection former Stichting Film en Wetenschap
 
Time period: 1940-1945
Number of interviews: 31
Accessibility: Restricted
Transcripts: None
Period of interviews: 1987-1993

The collection has not yet been digitized and therefore cannot be viewed directly at Sound & Vision. Digitization can, however, be requested from Sound & Vision via: zakelijk@beeldengeluid.nl

 

“Were films made during the war?”, people often ask you when you say that you have been researching Dutch film in the Second World War for years. Many films were made in the Netherlands during that time: feature films, documentaries, propaganda films, animated films, advertising films and youth films.

 

For his research into The Dutch Film Industry during the Second World War, Egbert Barten interviewed the following people:

H.N.J. Beekman, F.P. van den Berg, Joop van Essen, A.C.J. Holla (2x), mw. Hornecker, Frits Kahlenberg, Jan Koelinga (2x), A.W.H. Kommer, R.J. Meijer (3x), E. van Moerkerken, Th.E. van Putten (2x), Gerard Saan, B.P. Wijnberg (2x).

 

The Filmkrant of July/August 2002, no 235, contains an article on this subject.