Jacqueline van Vugt
JACQUELINE VAN VUGT (22 april 1970)
Director and Cinematographer
Director and Cinematographer Jacqueline van Vugt studied architecture before she committed herself to film. At the Dutch Film and Television Academy she studied cinematography. Later on she started to direct and shoot her own films and documentaries. Jacqueline van Vugt spent her youth in West-Africa, in Mali and Tchad. This period has influenced her life greatly.
2014 Borders, director, script, camera. Documentary 85', IKON.
IDFA Competition for Dutch Documentary
2010 Mama don’t like no guitarpickers ‘round here, director, script, camera, editing and producer. Documentary 90’min, NTR.
Festivals: NFF, In Edit Film Festival Sao Paolo, Barcelona. South Side Film festival –US.
Cinema release: Cinema Delicatessen.
2007 Bambara Blues, director, script, research and line producer. Documentary 70’ Festivals: IDFA, Addis Abbeba Fimfestival. Cinema
2004 Adios Nonino, director, script and research. Documentary 50’, NTR.
2003 Toda una Vida, director, script, research and line producer. Documentary 75’. Festivals: IDFA, Int. Fest. of New Latin American
2002 Een droomreis - Dakar-Timboektoe, director and camera, documentary 50’.
2001 Morgen, director and scenario. Fiction 10’.
Festivals: NFF, Mannheim- Heidelberg
Cinema release Netherlands and Germany.
Best Short Film Mannheim-Heidelberg.
2000 Two Loves, director and script. Documentary 70’/50’, BBC, ZDF.
Dutch Academy Award.
1998 Vision from the Edge, Breyten Breytenbach painting the lines, directed by Mary Stephen. Camera and producer. Documentary 54’.
Festivals IDFA, Paris.
1997 Ofrenda de Primavera, director, script, research, editing and line producer. 70’. Festivals: IDFA, Sao Paolo Int. Film Fest., Figueira da
Cinema release: Lava Films.
Amsterdam Art Fund-Young Talent Award, nominated Golden Calf.
1995 KPL 70 11 12 078, director, writer and producer. 50’. NTR.
1995 Sneeuwwitje, camera. 50’.
1995 Ceci nést pas un petit dejeuner sur l’herbe. director, script and camera, producer. Fiction, 9'.
2e Audience Award Cinestud Festival.