Elly Nieman | Gebroken Wit /
january / april 2010





Story

Official super 8mm movie for the song "Gebroken Wit" by Elly Nieman, starring Rolina & Benjamin Grasmeijer. Shot in the Netherlands during one of the toughest winters since years. The music is composed by Jan Borger, who also plays the piano.

Elly wrote the song for a mother who lost her child, however, the text only speaks in metaphors. Above all, it's a song about hope. Therefore the song and this film are dedicated to Lida Koning.

"Circusprinces" is hier te koop: deboeinijverdal.nl

Below you also find a video for "Wiegelied", also by Elly Nieman and compiled from the remaining unused material from the Gebroken Wit film. Also a very short piece about grass.

Elly Nieman - Gebroken Wit
Piano & Composition: Jan Borger
Cello: Torsten Harder
Violin: Peter van Essen
introducing Rolina & Benjamin Grasmeijer
Directed by Jonathan Sterkenburg

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Music

artist: Elly Nieman >>>
song: Gebroken Wit (3:36)
release: Circusprinces >>>


Details

recording date: december 2009, january 2010
total footage: 12 minutes
equipment: Canon 1014 AZ Electronic
software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, Magic Bullet Looks, Adobe Photoshop CS4


Wiegelied



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Grass Studies



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Muziektelevisie is a Groningen-based film duo consisting of J.T. Sterkenburg and K. de Vries. Their filming style is characterized by slightly surrealistic manipulations and a nostalgic undertone.
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