A River Left For Me

In A River Left For Me I immerse myself in the original music of Africa. I travel around in the footsteps of the legendary English music collector Hugh Tracey, who traveled to Africa between 1920 and 1970 with waxcylinder, record recorder and tape recorder, looking for the best music. I try to find out where  Tracey’s passion comes from,  see what is left of the old music traditions he recorded, and meet musicians and music connoisseurs who have lost their heart to this music. Slowly we find out where the passion of all these people comes from, and what makes the original African music so special. Her transcendent ability is hidden in each of us.

Scenario development co-financed by EU-Media Program and Dutch Film Fund, awaiting acquisition of rights, target length: 90 minutes


Sam Sam Webexpedition

From 2006 to 2012, my production company Jongens van de Wit produced the ‘Web expedition’ for the children’s magazine about global citizenship Sam Sam. Several times, I directed the webexpedition and did the camera work. 

Length: 8  x 5 minutes
Broadcaster: web production for Ministry of Foreign Affairs