DOXY focuses on producing films in all forms – whether it is a homeless opera, film column, (drama) series, feature film or a more ‘traditional’ documentary. Our projects reflect a curious, critical and inspired eye; it involves the reflection of people, stories, visual languages ​​and presentation-forms that give society a twenty-first century face. In the Netherlands, Europe and the whole wide world. That face is shaped by cultural diversity and multi disciplinarily.

The power of DOXY is the years of experience and the extensive network of the production team, making dozens of films, winning national- and international awards, taking part in competitions of A-festivals and scoring (cinema) hits. Last year Slate funding has been made available to DOXY by the Netherlands Film Fund for the artistic development of new films.

In production are projects like Poor Boy, a theatrical feature film with music and dance which endorses the importance and eloquence of the arts; television series Delta which highlights the urgency of the effects of climate change and a film about the question behind the dazzling smile of one of the world’s greatest football talents, but is a sharp analysis of the global football industry as well. All matching DOXY’s vision of merging documentary and fictional styles of filming.

Our team

Harmen Jalvingh

Harmen Jalvingh has worked on more than fifty international documentaries in recent decades, such as; "Bloody Mondays & Strawberry Pies" and "Parts of a family". Harmen has been working at Doxy since 2014. Patiently, critically and with expert knowledge, he guides directors in developing ideas and co-writes on projects. He knows how to translate ideas into coherent documentary plans. He is also a national information provider co-productions for the European Documentary Network.

Sylvia Baan

Janneke Doolaard

CEO / Producer of DOXY Janneke Doolaard is active in quality cinema and television production since 2004. She was delegated as Producer on the Move representing The Netherlands during Cannes International Film Festival in 2016, and is a member of European Producers Network EAVE.

Matthijs van de Laar

Emma Kuijper

Laura Bouwmeester

Arthur van den Boogaard

There is one common theme in the life and work of the graduated economist and philosopher Arthur van den Boogaard, it is his love for the narrative side of sports. For almost twenty-five years he has been working as a journalist for the Dutch newspaper 'Het Parool'; reviewing sport books for the newspaper. As a theatre maker he co-created the 'Sport Monologues', which is now also a television program. He published the cutting-edge anthology 'Sport', and collected the best stories from Dutch cycling literature. For the cycling magazine 'De Muur', Arthur has written the special called 'Slipstroom' and wrote the long-running series about the craft of football writing for the magazine 'Hard Gras’ called 'Football and the art of writing'. He has also published two books; the book 'Zo Speelden Wij' and his latest book 'Het laatste seizoen: het andere gezicht van Johan Cruijff'. He first contributed to Doxy with the film ‘Becoming Zlatan’ and is now still contributing in creating various sport projects at Doxy.

Annemarie Siemons

Hans de Wolf

Annemiek Munneke

Sylvia Frankena

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