Jamillah van der Hulst graduated with a degree in marketing at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in 2002, after which she is invited to work for Right To Play Netherlands as their Manager Communications. Right To Play is a humanitarian organization that uses sport and play to improve the lives of children in the most disadvantaged areas in the world. Jamillah continues to work for the organization until the Olympic Summer Games 2008 in Beijing. In her time with Right To Play Netherlands Jamillah develops the communication department from scratch with successful activities such as a strong PR strategy, an appealing Right To Play magazine and an international photo exhibition in cooperation with the renowned photographer Raymond Rutting (Art of News Foundation).In 2009 Jamillah works as interim director for the humanitarian organization Free A Girl and in the year after as project manager of Stars in their Eyes. In those years she also picks up her career as producer and director of feature and documentary films and founds the production house JaJa Film Productions and produced Women with a Mission (2016), Hussain & Hassan (2016), 4×1 (2017) and APSA-nominated Dede (2017).

Accolades

Mariam Khatchvani and Vladimer Katcharava and Samantha Taylor and Mike Downey and Igor A. Nola and Conrad Alleblas and Jamillah van der Hulst
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017

Dede

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017

Dede

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017 Set in 1992 amid the remote Ushguli community of Georgia’s Svaneti province in the country’s…

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Films

Dede
2017

Dede

Georgia, Croatia, Netherlands, Qatar, United Kingdom
2017

Dede

Winner, Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2017 Set in 1992 amid the remote Ushguli community of Georgia’s Svaneti province in the country’s…

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