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Oscars: Netherlands submits 'The Paradise Suite'

9 September 2015 5:50 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Netherland’s submission to the upcoming Academy Awards’ Best Foreign-Language Film category will be Joost van Ginkel’s The Paradise Suite.

The Paradise Suite, written and directed by Joost van Ginkel, has been chosen as the official entry from the Netherlands to the 2016 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

The film is set to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival on September 13 as part of the Discovery programme.

Starring Issaka Sawadogo (The Invader), Anjela Nedyalkova (Avé), Magnus Krepper (The Bridge), Raymond Thiry (Between 10 and 12) and Dragan Bakema (Brownian Movement), the film’s plot follows six people from varied backgrounds seeking a better life in Amsterdam.

German outfit Media Luna New Films are handling international sales. September Film are distributing theatrically in the Netherlands.


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‘Paradise Suite’ Booked As Dutch Candidate For Foreign-Language Oscar Race

7 September 2015 10:18 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Joost van Ginkel’s “The Paradise Suite,” which will world premiere at Toronto, is set to represent the Netherlands in the foreign-language Oscar nominations’ race.

Pic depicts the lives of six people from different places and backgrounds who become inextricably linked in Amsterdam. Penned by van Ginkel, the movie is “a profound and lyrical reflection on human resilience in the face of ongoing evil within 21st Century Europe,” stated the Dutch film institute.

The film’s characters include a young Bulgarian woman, an African woman, Serbian war criminal, a Bosnian man, a Swedish piano prodige and his father.

Set to premiere in Toronto’s Discovery section, “Paradise Suite” features an international cast: Issaka Sawadogo (The Invader), Anjela Nedyalkova (Avé), Magnus Krepper (The Bridge), Raymond Thiry (Between 10 and 12) and Dragan Bakema (Brownian Movement). in Discovery section.

Van Ginkel is an up-and-coming director. His debut “170 Hz” played at Busan and won the »

- Elsa Keslassy

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