Dutch wildlife film best film, moviegoers say


This video says about itself:

The new wilderness

5 March 2014

The Netherlands:

In one of the world’s most densely populated countries a nature reserve has been developed: The Oostvaardersplassen. Here the nature determines the rhythm. The film teams followed for two years a number of foxes, geese, kingfishers, deer and the largest herd of wild horses in Europe.

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands today:

The wildlife film The New Wilderness has been proclaimed by the Dutch public to be the best Dutch film of last year. The film about the Oostvaardersplassen [nature reserve] received the most votes in the Rembrandt Awards. …

There were at the ceremony in Amsterdam also prizes for foreign films. The Dutch public thought The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was the best film and leading actor Jennifer Lawrence from the same film was the best actress.

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