Joren Molter

Biography
Joren Molter (1993, Borgercompagnie) started directing fiction films, during his pre-education in theatrics at De Noorderlingen. At the age of 16, his film Full of live was selected for the debut competition on the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht. A year later, he co-directed the mosaic-film Foreigners, which takes places in New York, Berlin and Groningen. When he was 18 years old, he started at the Netherlands Film Academy in Amsterdam for the course of director of fiction.

During his education, Joren directed four short films besides his work at the Film Academy: De lullige levensloop van een saaie man and a triptych of films about domestic violence: Blue, Elle Est Belle and Rabbit, starring Marcel Hensema, Wil van der Meer and Nadja Hüpscher.

Jorens work stands out in its style constancy. Themes as passions and weaknesses of the human kind are common in his films. Joren returns to his roots in Groningen with his graduation film Greetings from Kropsdam, where he started filmmaking. In this film, he shows how a seemingly peaceful community can fraternize over one persons back.

Joren Molter (1993, Borgercompagnie) started directing fiction films, during his pre-education in theatrics at De Noorderlingen. At the age of 16, his film Full of livewas selected for the debut competition on the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht. At 18 he started at the Netherlands Film Academy, where he graduated in 2016.

Filmography