FATT Productions

Hans de Weers & Elwin Looije
Burgerweeshuispad 201 | 1076 GR Amsterdam
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Producing Films, Arts, Television & Theatre (FATT) for a wide, international audience, FATT Productions is the production company founded by Hans de Weers, who joined forces with Elwin Looije since FATT’s start in 2013. In his previous companies, De Weers produced many award-winning films including Antonia’s Line (Oscar) and Bluebird (Crystal Bear). FATT recently produced the International Emmy nominated Netflix series & feature Tokyo Trial and Mike van Diem’s Tulipani.


Tokyo Trial
Director: Pieter Verhoeff, Rob King. Screenwriter: Kees van Beijnum, Rob King, Max Mannix, Toru Takagi, Pieter Verhoeff. Cast: Marcel Hensema, Irrfan Khan, Jonathan Hyde, Paul Freeman, Michael Ironside, Stephen McHattie, William Hope, Tim Ahern, Hadewych Minis, Porgy Franssen. Country: NL. Co-producer: CA (JP). Status: release. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 100 min. Genre: drama.
Distribution/Sales: Gusto Entertainment.

At the end of 1945, Bert Röling takes his seat on the Tokyo Tribunal. 'The International Military Tribunal for the Far East' is the Japanese version of the German Nuremburg Trials, where war criminals were tried after the Second World War. Through political interference, conspiring colleagues and conflicting legal opinions, tensions rise amongst the group of eleven international judges. As the tribunal threatens to derail, Röling is filled with doubt: should he align himself with the majority, and give in to international pressure, or follow his conscience as an independent judge?

TULIPANI – Love, honour and a bicycle
Director: Mike van Diem. Screenwriter: Peter van Wijk, Mike van Diem. Cast: Gijs Naber, Giancarlo Giannini, Ksenia Solo, Lidia Vitale, Donatella Finocchiaro, Giorgio Pasotti, Michele Venitucci, Anneke Sluiters. Country: NL. Co-producer: CA (IT). Status: release. Sort: feature-length film. Duration: 90 min. Genre: comedy, drama. Distribution: September Film. International sales: Atlas International Film.

Tulipani tells the story of a romantic Dutch farmer named Gauke who after losing his farm during the floods of 1953 is determined to never ever have wet socks again. He cycles to the sizzling hot south of Italy to start a new life and ends up at the outskirts of a small village in Puglia. Due to his fairylike and miraculous tulip trade, his passionate love-life and his turbulent scuffles with the dubious local business practices, he becomes a living legend - to then suddenly disappear.