Science Can Change The World
All over this planet thousands of gifted men and women dedicate their lives to the believe that their innovation, their idea someday can change the world. Their journey is a lonely one, often filled with obstacles, struggle and failure. "Science Can Change The World" is a short film tribute to the unsung heroes of science by innovation company DSM. 
http://sciencecanchangetheworld.org/

Press
Adweek: Strong storytelling in short film from Royal Dutch DSM
Huffington Post: Science Can Change the World

ProsopagnosiaShort of the Week on Vimeo
"Prosopagnosia is a straight-up mystery thriller, and it’s completely unapologetic about that fact. So, if you’re in the mood for that sort of experience you won’t be disappointed. It’s tightly constructed, gorgeously shot, and well-crafted, bolstered by strong, emotive performances."

Hugo Keijzer created and directed this short film, which premiered at the Netherlands Film Festival, went to Cannes Film Festival and won first prize at EFF. The story is about Alfred who suffers from a condition called Prosopagnosia, more often called Face Blindness. This implies he is unable to recognize or remember anyone's face, not even his own. On the other end of the table in a dark interrogation room sits inspector Peck. He is in charge of investigating the puzzling murder of Alfred's best friend; beautiful Julia.

 

Denham makes their jeans with so much attention to detail and love for craftmanship that it attracts a most peculiar crowd, best described as denim psychos. This explicit remake of scenes from cult classic “American Psycho”, created and directed by Hugo Keijzer, has been an online hit, in the first few days scoring more than half a million views. 

Press
Esquire: AMERICAN PSYCHO FOR DENIM OBSESSIVES
High Snobiety: DENHAM PRESENTS A HERITAGE TRIBUTE
Adweek: IF BATEMAN WAS A HIPSTER HE'D KILL FOR DENHAM JEANS

THE JEANMAKER is the second film in Denham’s ‘Explicit Remake’ series in which the denim brand re-imagines cinematic classics transforming them into sharp contemporary parables.

 

When FrieslandCampina asked 1Camera and Hugo Keijzer to create a film that visualizes their corporate identity, no one expected This "Story of Milk" to become such a success, with more than a million views online. This original brandfilm was later used as startingpoint for a nationwide TV and cinema campaign.