Nuts & Bolts Film Company

Denis Wigman & Marijn Wigman
Balthasar Floriszstraat 8H | 1071 VC Amsterdam | +31 615345120
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Nuts & Bolts Film Company is a film production company created with the goal to support film makers in telling stories. Stories that connect people, motivate or just simply entertain. Together we translate ideas into film, where we as producer provide the basic principles that are needed, or better said: the nuts and bolts. We are constantly looking for the right mix between artistry and the (inter)national commercial potential, a strong collaboration between (new) filmmakers of different backgrounds. Always with the audience in mind. We are a company that stands for transparency and trust and are convinced that creating a strong and clear starting point for a film as a team (producer, writer, director) forms the basis for success. With this philosophy we produce films, series and documentaries within various genres.

Nuts & Bolts (before CTM Films and Docs) is a family company that consists of two producers: Marijn Wigman and Denis Wigman. Together they combine more than 40 year of experience in the film industry and a fresh perspective on film and media.


Two Little Toddlers: An Unforgettable Day

Director: Wip Vernooij. Screenwriter: Marc Veerkamp. Country: NL. Co-producer: Vosound Records, Submarine Animation B.V. (NL). Status: In production. Sort: Feature length animation. Duration: 70 min. Genre: Children, adventure. Distribution/Sales: WW Entertainment.

In this enchanting musical adventure, the small but brave toddlers Anna and Joey discover everything about the outside world and themselves as they search for the escaped goat named Hap..

Toen Ik Je Zag

Director/Screenwriter: Ben Verbong. Creative Producer: Sytze van der Laan. Cast: Egbert-Jan Weeber, Noortje Herlaar. Country: NL. Status: In production. Sort: Feature film. Duration: 110 min. Genre: Drama. Distribution/Sales: Dutch Filmworks.

Bastiaan casually remarks during a holiday that he’s attracted to the idea of being dead. Then we see images of the holiday in slow-motion, and hear Esther making a declaration of love which shows that he has indeed put an end to his life.