Documentaries & Commission films

Focused on capturing passion, authenticity & purity.
To meet life in all its fragility and rawness, beyond our masks.


Amsterdam, Nederland

Documentaries in the making


Documentaire & Campagne

If our current methods of healing illness don’t work, do we dare to look deeper into the cause of our suffering? In this documentary-series, filmmaker Casper Boom portraits people who, like himself, have found a cure for their suffering/illnesses through in-depth self-examination. What at first seems like an impossible, miraculous healing, is for them a logical consequence of examining their beliefs and behavior patterns. By discovering and changing their destructive behavior, their bodies were able to heal themselves. The disease process has completely changed them and opened a door to feel freer, more powerful and richer than before their illness.



Tumi Ghana

Commission film

TUMI Ghana is a non-profit organisation that creates sustainable income opportunities for underprivileged women in Kumasi, Ghana.

Due to poverty and early motherhood, girls often do not have the chance to go to school. Lacking employable skills and a steady income, they struggle to feel any control over their own lives. At TUMI Ghana, they get the opportunity to learn a skill which allows them to earn their own income and empowers them to feel confident and in control.




Zeedrift (sea drift) is a 55 min. documentary about a group of Dutch friends who go sailing in Norway. Where they encounter waste even in more remote places. This makes them think about their own relationship with, and the use of, nature and, in particular, the mountains. Their goal is to ultimately have fun without harming the environment.

They decide to try building skis that are as environmentally friendly as possible from the waste they find, to sail into the fjords, to walk up the mountains and to slide down on these skis. They set to work on the island of Hjertøya in the Midfjords. Different challenges come their way. How do you make something environmentally friendly? Especially if the resources are limited?