Joram ten Brink works as a writer, director and producer of documentary and experimental films in the UK and Holland. His films have been broadcast and theatrically released in the UK, USA, Holland, Israel, France, Germany and Spain. His work has been screened at international film festivals and museums, including the Berlin and Rotterdam film festivals and at MOMA in New York. His recent publications include Building Bridges: the Cinema of Jean Rouch (2007, Wallflower Press) and Killer Images: Documentary Film, Memory and the Performance of Violence (2012, Columbia University Press). Joram ten Brink is a Professor of Film at the University of Westminster in London and heads its practice-based PhD programme in the moving image.

Accolades

Signe Byrge Sørensen and Joram Ten Brink and Christine Cynn and Anne Köhncke and Joshua Oppenheimer and Michael Uwemedimo and Anonymous Indonesians and Torstein Grude and Bjarte Mørner Tveit
Best Documentary Film, 2013

The Act of Killing

Best Documentary Film, 2013

The Act of Killing

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2013 Anwar Congo and his friends have been dancing their way through musical numbers, twisting arms in film noir gangster…

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Films

The Act of Killing
2013

The Act of Killing

Norway, United Kingdom, Denmark
2013

The Act of Killing

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2013 Anwar Congo and his friends have been dancing their way through musical numbers, twisting arms in film noir gangster…

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