Mirror of Holland Trailer

Mirror of Holland Trailer (1950)

14 May 1950 Factual 9 mins

In 1950 Haanstra made Mirror of Holland, combining his talent as a filmmaker with his eye as a painter. Holding the camera upside down, he filmed images of Holland reflected in water. The effect is strange and delightful. It astonished critics and the public alike. Mirror of Holland was Haanstra’s first success abroad. It was shown at the Cannes film festival, and won a Golden Palm.

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International Titles

Spiegel van Holland Trailer

International Releases Dates

Netherlands 14 May 1950

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Spiegel Van Holland (Mirror of Holland) - Bert Haanstra (1950)

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