About Flinck Film
Flinck Film is the Amsterdam based film and television production company of Sabine Veenendaal and Jeroen Beker.
Both producers have been producers for 25 years and have a long track record with dozens of films such as Winky’s horse (2005, Mischa Kamp), All is love (2006 Joram Lursen), A'dam & E.v.a. (2011, Norbert ter Hall), The Paradise Suite (2016), Joost van Ginkel), Sing Song ( 2017, Mischa Kamp) Becoming Mona (2020, Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevoorden), Kung Fu Lion ( 2023, Froukje Tan).
Flinck Film focuses on making high-quality films and TV series, both nationally and internationally. In the development of film stories together with the writer and director, both producers are closely involved. Films that touch them are usually stories with social themes, told from characters who are truthful. There is room for both original stories and book adaptations, for artistic films as well as youth films and larger audience films.
With their extensive experience and track record, they can guide both newcomers and established talented filmmakers in the creation of a film script to (cinema) film or television series. In the financing of projects, Flinck Film likes to seek cooperation, which often results in international co-productions. In 2023, Flinck Film will release the youth film Kung Fu Lion (scenario & director Froukje Tan), which was created in co-production with China. This is the first Dutch-Sino co production for a feature film.
Multi-cultural stories have great support within Flinck Film. Flinck Film is developing Pirouette in Paramaribo, a co-production with The Backlot in Suriname and also De Engelenbron in Curaçao.