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Triofilm

Collection former foundation SFW
 
Time period: 1948-1960
Number of interviews: 3
Accessibility: for research purposes
Transcripts: yes
Period of interviews: 1993-1994

Remarks:

The collection has not yet been digitized and therefore cannot be viewed directly at Sound & Vision. Digitization, however, can be requested through Sound & Vision.

Medium: 3 audio cassettes
 

The interviews were made for Brouwers’ and Hogenkamp’s filmography Triofilm 1946-1978. Film production company and laboratory, Amsterdam: Stichting Film en Wetenschap (SFW working edition no.4), 1994.

 

The interviewees talk about the time they worked at the film production company and laboratory Triofilm, founded in 1946 by Jo de Haas, Theo Cornelissen and Paul A.J. Wijnhoff.

Herman Greven (born 1933) worked at Triofilm as a lab assistant from 1948, before moving to the
Cinetone studios, and still later found employment in film management at the Netherlands Film Museum (NFM).

Peter Jonen (born 1927), after years at Polygoon, was employed as a lab assistant at Triofilm from 1953 to 1960. Via several other production companies, including Joop Geesink, he eventually joined the Utrecht Film and Science Foundation (SFW) in 1971 as a cutter.

Piet van Strien (b. 1929) started out as a jack-of-all-trades at Triofilm in 1948, but soon started working in the laboratory and from 1953 (Watersnoodramp) he handled the camera. In 1959, he left the company and continued as a free-lance filmmaker, including for British Visnews.

 

Interviewees:

  • Herman Greven
  • Peter Jonen
  • Piet van Strien