Volya Films

Denis Vaslin & Fleur Knopperts
Graaf Florisstraat 110 A | 3021 CM Rotterdam
info@volyafilms.com | +31 104155621
Company Website

Looking for a co-production partner? Feel free to reach out, we are happy to hear from you.

VOLYA FILMS is a Rotterdam based film production company that produces high quality feature films, documentaries and animations for the national and international market, mainly as international co-productions. Our films tell unexpected stories with an original style or perspective. Recent titles are MRS F. (Chris van der Vorm, 2020, One World FF Prague, Dutch Golden Calf Competition NFFl), THE MOLE AGENT (Maite Alberdi, 2020, Oscar Academy Award® nominee Best Documentary Feature) and A LAND IMAGINED (Yeo Siew Hua, 2018, Locarno Film Festival - winner Golden Leopard).

Volya Films is a member of the EAVE, Eurodoc, and ACE networks and is a member of the NAPA.


CURRENT PROJECTS

Totem

Director: Sander Burger. Screenwriter: Sander Burger. Cast: Amani-Jean Philippe, Lies Visschedijk, Céline Camara, Emmanuel Ohene Boafo, Kenneth Herdigein. Country: NL/GE/LU. Co-producer: Leitwolf (GE), Tarantula (LU). Status: In production. Release: October 2022. Sort: Feature. Duration: 90 min. Genre: Family film. Distribution/Sales: In The Air Entertainment/Dutch Features.

Faced with the imminent deportation of her family, young Ama embarks on a quest to stay in the country she calls home and finds help from her totem animal, a giant porcupine.

Photo: Patrick Toufexis

Fortress

Director: Jessica Woodworth. Screenwriter: Jessica Woodworth (based on the novel ‘The Tatar Steppe’ by Dino Buzzati). Majority producer: Bo Films (BE). Minority coproducers: Krater Films (BE), Beluga Tree (BE), Volya Films (NL), Dokino (AM), Art Fest (BG), Palosanto Films (IT). Status: In post-production. Sort: Feature. Duration: 120 min. Genre: Drama.

In a post-apocalyptic world, a young soldier, hungry for battle, embeds himself in an isolated frontier post where men wait in vain for an enemy to strike from the north.

Photo: Carl de Keyser