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Anjet Daanje is a Dutch writer of screenplays, novels and short stories. She is known for her screenplay for the television series De geheimen van Barslet (2011) and for her screenplay for the movie Dusk (2010). The movies based on her screenplays won many international film prizes, the most prestigious one being a Golden Bear for the short film Raak (2006). Anjet Daanje was born in 1965, in Wijster, Drenthe (The Netherlands). She studied mathematics at the university of Utrecht. Her first novel was published in 1993. Since then she has written many novels and short stories. In 2020 her novel, "De herinnerde soldaat", was long-listed for the biggest literary prize of the Netherlands: the Libris Literatuur Prijs. In 2003 she wrote for director Hanro Smitsman the screenplay for the short film Dajo (2004) which was based on 5 pages of her novel 'Suikerbeest'. Since then she writes novels as well as screenplays.
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