Date: 2019-01-28 17:00:46
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This is a an episode from a season we directed and produced for The Traveler, a new travel series broadcasted on Al Jazeera Arabic.
originally launched and broadcasted in July 2018
Check the other episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-ohs0RLEeNsXW5dxjRGxGJArhDSmfiof
This time: The Netherlands!
So tiny and though so great, an ever thriving country from the East Indies times in the Golden age to an important main hub in Europe. Mostly under sea level, the Dutch got skilled winning land and fighting water, which led to engineering masterpieces like the Delta works. A modern community where the cities are big cosy villages, people go by bike, eat stroopwafels and cheese. In the Netherlands whether you like traditional mills and clogs or mingle in easily in the hotchpotch of cultures, Gogh and Rembrandt, or a stroll along the dikes, you won’t be bored.
In this episode Rotterdam, Hotel New York, it’s giant port, city life and the Euromast, an airborn view over the city, The flower capital of Lisse, pittoresque Delft and the porcelain of Royal Blue Delft, Zaanstad en the historic site of De Zaanse Schans and last but no least the engineering miracle of the Deltaworks.
Caspar Daniël Diederik: director
Renze Roye: cinematography
Jarl Piepers: cinematography
Roel de Cock: editing
Dylan Conor Heigh: editing
Linde van Pinxteren: editing
Reid Willis: music composition
Sjoerd Kats: sound recording
Bart van der Knaap: sound design
Mark van Mameren: sound mixing
Matej Lavka: colorist
Eustachio Palumbo: Graphics design
Pablo Apiolazza: Motion Graph
Rebecca Bijker: production manager
Veronique van Reekum: production assistant