Tangerine Tree

   
Nienke Korthof & Willen Baptist
Gouvernestraat 133 | 3014 PM Rotterdam
info@tangerinetree.nl | +31 614547260
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Tangerine Tree is a Rotterdam-based production company founded by producer Nienke Korthof and producer/director Willem Baptist. Tangerine Tree develops and produces creative author-driven documentaries for television and cinema. We believe that creating a filmmaker-friendly environment is key to the way we operate. Our productions have screened at Berlin, Rotterdam, IDFA, CPH DOX and many other festivals as well as being nationally and internationally broadcasted. Credits include: Ring of Dreams (Willem Baptist), Highway Confessions (Elsbeth Fraanje, Golden Calf Award), Ceres (Janet van den Brand, Berlinale), Lenno & the Angelfish (Shamira Raphaëla, IDFA Award).


CURRENT PROJECTS

De Peperclip

Director: Shamira Raphaëla. Country: NL/BE. Co-producer: Diplodokus, HUMAN. Status: post-production. Release: 2022. Sort: feature length youth documentary. Duration: 70 min. Genre: Family. 

Feature lenth youth documentary set in the multicultural South of Rotterdam. Sharonio desperetaly needs to find a way to repay his grandmother, while figuring out love, friendship and how to be a responsible man. Time is runing out as his grandmother is returning from holiday at the end of summerbreak.


Roma

Director: Olha Zhurba. Country: UA/NL/DK. Co-producer: Moonman, Final Cut For Reel. Status: post-production. Release: 2021. Sort: feature documentary.
Duration: 90 min.

The turbulent youth of a street boy Roma on his way from a 13-year old hero of the Ukrainian Revolution to an 18-year-old adult trying to survive in a small provincial town full of hidden violence.


Weizman – Before/After

Director: Willem Baptist. Country: NL. Co-producer: NTR. Status: post-production. Release: 2021. Sort: TV documentary. Duration: 55 min. Genre: Art, Biopic. 

Guy Weizman is an Israeli/Moroccan theater director leading an international group of performers working on his latest project BEFORE/AFTER. In a documentary that blurs the lines between performance and documentary we see how the threat of COVID may or may not be part of his end game.