A Dutch newsreel including items on sports divers who are looking for remnants of Brittenburg castle, the Dutch Cinema Association's special gift voucher and a lecture on the evolution of ballet.
A Dutch newsreel including items on Sinterklaas, and about the construction and opening of the Dutch IJssel storm surge barrier.
A Dutch news film including items on the celebration of the fifth anniversary of the Amsterdam youth theatre with a performance by the Scapino Ballet, and about the decline of the Muiderslot castle.
Comedy about an impoverished nobleman who changes places with his valet.
Educational film about the natural beauty and cultural life of the Veluwe.
Documentary about the area along the river Vecht.
Documentary about the ruins of Valkenburg Castle.
Documentary about the town of Amerongen.
‘Amerongen: a previously unknown Dutch village, but since 1919 ... a famous royal resort’. With this text, filmmaker Willy Mullens begins this short promotional film, which was made for the municipality of Amerongen. The film begins like a typical ‘city film’, including the panoramic opening shot of Amerongen and its surroundings, but half-way through begin to focus on Amerongen’s most famous resident: Wilhelm II, the former Emperor of Germany.
Documentary about Medemblik.
In an extensive introduction, this documentary refers to the long history of the town of Medemblik, which begins as early as 344 AD. The town was built on the site where, according to legend, the Frisian King Radboud (c. 680 - 719) built a fortress.
Reportage about an exercise involving two divisions of the military cyclists brigade.