Marokkaanse Boot in Amsterdam Museum

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The Amsterdam Museum (Amsterdam Historic Museum) recently put the Marokkaanse Boot, a Moroccan themed boat at Amsterdam Gay Pride, on display in the museums recent history section.

Shown are the costumes of the Boot participants by Dutch designer Corné Gabriëls. The museum went to me for images, since I documented the Marokkaanse Boot during Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014 fairly well.

I think it is great that the museum recognizes this topic -gay rights- and is proud of it’s role in Amsterdam history.

Marokkaanse Boot in Amsterdam Museum, costumes by Corné Gabriëls
Marokkaanse Boot in Amsterdam Museum, costumes by Corné Gabriëls
Marokkaanse Boot and spectators at Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014
2014, Bram Belloni
Marokkaanse Boot in Amsterdam history; next to AFC Ajax and the Provos

They choose this image, showing the Marokkaanse boot during Amsterdam Pride 2014 canal parade.

The Maroccan Boat at the Canal Parade at Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014. - (c) Bram Belloni
Marokkaanse Boot and spectators at Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014
2014, Bram Belloni

> read more: Amsterdam Museum
> read more: Marokkaanse Boot
> read more: Corné Gabriëls

Visual Diary #025 – IFFR’s Sunday morning

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For the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) I am currently working with a whole team of photographers, editors, reporters and designers on the Daily Tiger, the festival’s daily newspaper.

It’s quite an endurance to work for 10-days straight on those tight deadlines. But working in this team makes it all more than good.

IFFR Sunday morning – Daily Tiger reporter waiting for interviewee to get photographed.

Visual Diary #024 – CITIZENFOUR

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Currently working for the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA).

One of this festival highlights is the feature length documentary CITIZENFOUR by director Laura Poitras, -the- film about Edward Snowden. It was interesting to hear the story about the process of making this complicated film.

The Netherlands, Amsterdam, 23 November 2014. The 27th International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam - IDFA 2014. QnA with director Laura Poitras after screening documentary CITIZENFOUR at Tuschinski Theatre. From left; Sarah Harrison (journalist and WikiLeaks editor), producer Mathilde Bonnefoy, Jacob Appelbaum (in documentary), director Laura Poitras, moderator Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal. Photo: Bram Belloni (Bram Belloni)
Makers documentary CITIZENFOUR during QnA after screening. From left; Sarah Harrison (journalist and WikiLeaks editor), producer Mathilde Bonnefoy, Jacob Appelbaum (in documentary), director Laura Poitras, QnA moderator Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal.
November 2014, Bram Belloni for IDFA

> Read more about the documentary CITIZENFOUR, or on iMDB
> Read more about the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)