The Netherlands 2011, Documentary, 13’ Director, Screenplay Katelijne Schrama | DoP Ben Geraerts | Editor Vava Stojadinovic | Sound Slobodan Bajic, Katelijne Schrama | Music Evelien van den Broek | Production Koert Davidse, Marc Thelosen | World Sales serious film

In the 1970s, disguised as a steward and unarmed, Dutch policeman Wim Bokkers worked as a security officer on KLM flights to Asia and the Middle East. This period, which lasted only a few months, he extensively documented with slides. The luxurious, carefree jetset world of the photo images contrasts sharply with the reason for his security work: the threat posed by international terrorism. 1974 offers a rare glimpse into the world of security; a world that today is inaccessible to documentary filmmakers.

KATELIJNE SCHRAMA studied fine arts at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam (BA) where she produced a short film Daydreams and Sandman for her final exam in 2000. Since then, she has been active as a freelance film-maker and started to work increasingly with documentary. Ms Schrama lives and works in Amsterdam.

Filmy by Katelijne Schrama
Sanguis Verus 2012
360º Horizon – Land Without a Past 2007
Daydreams and Sandman 2000

Katelijne Schrama
Focus: Excess