FILMS

Most of my films, such as The forgetting of objects, Meanwhile, looking elsewhere, Him and Her and Drowning, are not open on internet. For information, links (with password) to films etc, please contact me: info@daphnerosenthal.eu. Please visit for some short pieces and a showreel: vimeo

FILMOGRAPHY (and synopsis):

The forgetting of objects/ 2014 / 24'49 - A portrayal of the inbetween time and space at the filmmaker’s set. Tiny touches, discoveries through the lens and the natural sounds of the room. A play between the filmmaker as a performer and the lives the materials desire to have. From the series The Forgetting of Objects – an inventory through 18 hours of footage in a material world.

Meanwhile, looking elsewhere/ 2014 / 9'58 - A portrayal of the inbetween time and space at the filmmaker’s set. Tiny touches, discoveries through the lens and the natural sounds of the room. A play between the filmmaker as a performer and the lives the materials desire to have. From the series The Forgetting of Objects – an inventory through 18 hours of footage in a material world.

Meanwhile, looking elsewhere was joint winner at the Swedenborg Film Festival 2016 in London.

Het Lied van Heer Halewyn/ 2011 / 19'58 - Animation made with an abundance of materials loosely based on the Dutch fairy tale Het Lied van Heer Halewyn. This tale tells about the longing of a young Princess for a journey to meet her mister NO-good. The sound is made by Teun Hocks, Tom Nestelaar and Jochem van Tol.

A Little Bit Better/ 2012/ 3'45 - A promising day gets disturbed by a friendly mouse. Hand drawn animation.

The Rietveld Schröderhuis/ 2009 /17' - Documentary about the Rietveld Schröderhuis with 'dialogue' between Gerrit Rietveld and Truus Schröder.

Watching The Man Who Knew Too Much/ 2009/ 2'30 -

Him and Her/ 2008/ 3'15 - This animation sheds light on the isolation of both man and woman in a scene from The Man Who Knew Too Much (Alfred Hitchcock, 1956).

Drowning / 2008 / 2'50 - Drowning shows the experience of an actress being strangled. For her last supper I have given her a most cinematic death.

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