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The Netherlands Audiovisual Producers Alliance (NAPA) offers a joint voice to independent professional producers. The approx. 70 members are active in various disciplines, including feature film, drama series, documentary, animation, interactive productions and games. The aim of the professional association is to promote the common interests of its members and to strengthen the production climate.
NAPA is active in the fields of cultural and media policy, socio-economic policy, financing and copyright. The association represents its members both nationally and internationally. In doing so, NAPA acts as a discussion partner for other professional associations and (market) parties within the audiovisual sector, funds, broadcasters, politicians and government services. There is a cooperation agreement with the association of Dutch Content Producers (NCP) regarding shared interests. In addition, the association is committed to supporting and further professionalising of the industry, for example by concluding collective agreements or organising meetings aimed at sharing knowledge and experience.
NAPA stems from the merger of Film Producers Netherlands (FPN), Documentary Producers Netherlands (DPN), Animation Producers Netherlands (ApN) and Interactive Producers Netherlands (IPN). In recent years, these associations have collaborated increasingly. In order to be able to represent the shared interests even more effectively, it was decided to join forces into one strong producers' alliance. NAPA was officially launched in the spring of 2020.
Jacqueline Gerritsma - chair
Thomas den Drijver (New Amsterdam Film Company) - board member
Janneke Doolaard (DOXY) - board member
Bruno Felix (Submarine) - board member
Frans van Gestel (Topkapi Films) - board member
Peter de Jong (Codeglue) - board member
Digna Sinke (SNG Film) - board member
Korte Zoutkeetsgracht 6
1013 MC AMSTERDAM
+31 20 627 00 61
Subjects specific to the profession and/or production disciplines are dealt with within so-called domains.