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Heddy Honigmann

Tot Ziens

Goodbye

Heddy Honigmann

Saturday Sat 25.06.202225.06.2216:30Stadtkino Basel

Heddy Honigmann

Netherlands 1995. 110 Min.
Color. Dutch/ DE

In presence of the producer Suzanne van Voorst

 

“A man can love two women, but he can’t have two women,” it says in the film. And, indeed, the amour fou between Laura and the married Jan doesn’t last. But its glow lingers on for a long time. Tot Ziens is a close-up of passion.

CREDITS

DirectorHeddy Honigmann
ScreenplayHeddy Honigmann, Helena van der Meulen
CinematographyStef Tijdink
EditingSander Vos
MusicWouter van Bemmel
WithJohanna ter Steege, Guy Van Sande, Els Dottermans, Warre Borgmans, Nelleke Zitman, Stefan van de Staak, Cas Enklaar, Bart Klever, Johan van Assche, Saskia Temmink, Nina Spijkers
SoundPiotr van Dijk
ProducersSuzanne van Voorst, Ariel Film
World SalesCinematheque Suisse

Heddy Honigmann

Heddy Honigmann is a Peruvian-born acclaimed filmmaker who has been living and working in The Netherlands since 1978. Her films (short and long documentaries, but also short fictions and feature films) have travelled all around the world in festivals and retrospectives, such as in Toronto, Paris, Berlin, Lisbon, Minneapolis, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Ontario, Utrecht, Grasz, Chicago, Berkeley and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She has received major awards for her films and also career honours such as the Living Legend Award at IDFA (2013), the Dortmund Honorary Award for Documentary Film (2013), the Hot Docs Outstanding Achievement Award (2007), the San Francisco Films Society’s Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award (2007), the J. Van Praag Award from the Humanist Association (2005) Netherlands, the award for her Contribution to the Art of Documentary Filmmaking at the Thessaloniki Film Festival (2004) Greece, the Jan Cassies award from the Dutch National Fund for Cultural Films for Television (2003) Netherlands. She has also been lecturing in master classes, seminars and workshops in Berlin, Rome, Beijing and The Netherlands.