I do like the idea of passing a whole cloth around, and work it in muted colours. As for the cup I intend, that would be life size too. In Ali’s medal colour palette I do miss the dark reds and purple, the last colour I would like to use as a main colour. Not too exuberant I should think….
Everyone works on the whole cloth then or do we keep to a certain section? I would like to do some embroidery with holes, sorry forgot the English name for that!
Feel like we’re going somewhere! Wow!!


A tray would , as in the placemats of Judy’s work, make a unit, or maybe better,a cell in a whole. Or the pieces of fabric could be used to make one tablecloth where the cups are placed upon. More difficult to work out?
Given the fact that there are nine of us, and we all make strong work worthy to be seen, be it colourful or monochrome, which to my opinion is good for making a journey with your eyes and brain, I’m inclined towards the trays. I dont think that some pieces would be more in the picture than others because of the difference in viewers, who are as varied as we nine are. I think this is worthy of a celebration! Which is, again in my opinion, what this work could be. Though I could as the Dutch saying goes “give my view for a better one”.
In working with a group I would feel different about my use of colours, in that my piece would have one main colour, probably dark purple, with other colours as a support. The table cloth could work very well in the same colours.
Another wild idea is that we do a piece that we work on in a follow-up scheme, where everyone sends the work to the next one in line. This is more something for a next time, because we lack time to do that now.
Or, just another thought, would it be better for one person to make the tablecloth?

€ 550.000

Stuk voor stuk belangeloos ? No way, José. Welke van deze artiesten hebben op zijn minst een dikke vette onkostenvergoeding ontvangen ?

Willeke Alberti
Ali B
Jim Bakkum
Marco Borsato
Alain Clark
Ben Cramer
Esmée Denters
Sharon Doorson
Frans Duijts
Edwin Evers
Jennifer Ewbank
John Ewbank
Danny Froger
René Froger
Jack van Gelder
Niels Geusebroek
Glennis Grace
Wouter Hamel
André Hazes jr.
Roxeanne Hazes
Ruben Hein
Chris Hordijk
Ruth Jacott
Laura Jansen
Chantal Janzen
Gerard Joling
Pearl Jozefzoon
Aliyah Kolf
Jeroen van Koningsbrugge
Kraantje Pappie
Carel Kraayenhof
Iris Kroes
Lange Frans
Paul de Leeuw
Lisa Lois
Jamai Loman
Guus Meeuwis
Anita Meijer
Lavinia Meijer
Johnny de Mol
Trijntje Oosterhuis
Gers Pardoel
Syb van der Ploeg
Henk Poort
Jaap Reesema
Edsilia Rombley
Rowwen Hèze
Frederique Spigt
Lee Towers
Babette van Veen
Wesley Klein

Night Run (2006)

Movie: Night Run

  • Director: Dana Nechushtan
  • Stars: Abdenbi Azzaoui, Caro Lenssen, Dimme Treurniet, Fedja van Hut, Frank Lammers, Franky Ribbens, Frits Lambrechts, Gijs de Lange, Hadewych Minis, Hans Kesting, Jaap Spijkers, Jeroen Willems, Lukas Dijkema, Marcel Musters, Martijn Oversteegen, Peggy Jane de Schepper, Willeke Alberti, Yorick van Wageningen
  • Release Date: September 30, 2006
  • Run Time: 90…

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“Antonia’s Line”
“Antonia’s Line” is the kind of warm-hearted, easily accessible film whose qualities give arthouse cinema a good name.
Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 1995 Toronto International Film Festival, and the 1996 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this celebration of sisterhood should appeal to viewers of both sexes.
Shooting from her own screenplay, which fleshes out everything in great and loving detail, Dutch writer/director Marleen Gorris tells the tale of a remarkable woman.
Told by way of flashback, “Antonia’s Line” traces 50 years in the life of Antonia (Willeke van Ammelrooy), whose days are spent farming with her artist daughter (Els Dottermans), getting her best friend (Mil Seghers) to tutor her granddaughter and dealing with the affections of a charismatic widower (Jan Decleir).
Ignoring the moral judgments of the local Catholic priest, Antonia is determined to live her own life.
The film’s dialogue is intelligent, salty and often wistful.
And the performances are strong throughout, with van Ammelrooy rock-solid as the heroine, Dottermans effective as her daughter, and Decleir on target as van Ammelrooy’s love interest.

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