Kees Kasander


“As a producer, you raise the money, develop the script, do everything. Then you hand it over to the director. Sometimes, we spend three to four years developing a film into something that is interesting for the market. You need to be supported for that work, not hated for it.”


Kees Kasander’s producing career has been dominated by his collaboration with a single filmmaker—the British director Peter Greenaway. Kasander first became aware of Greenaway’s work in the early 1980s and was smitten. The moment of epiphany came when ...

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