Dylan Werkman (1993), a Dutch film director and editor based in Amsterdam.
In film I primarily explore the boundaries between fiction and documentary.
Along these boundaries I use nature, poetry and archival footage as a tool for reflection.
You could argue that my films often carry some form of existentalism in them.
Besides autonomous work I have participated in various commissioned projects
and I’ve gained years of experience working as an editor.
- Member of the DDG (Dutch Directors Guild) and the DAFF (Dutch Academy for Film) -
‘A View from Above’ (2020)
Nederlands Film Festival - Studenten competitie winnaar (Pathé Tuschinski Award)
Full Frame International Film Festival - Nominated for best new documentary
Odense Film Festival - Winner best short documentary (Oscar qualified)
‘De man en de vis’ (2020)
Nederlands Film Festival - Debuut competitie
Shortcutz Festival Amsterdam
‘Zeven Dagen Alleen’ (2019)
2Doc - Makers van Morgen selection
Vers Film Festival - Gallery
Dunedine International Film festival
‘Spring’ (2017) co-directed with Lars Dinjens
48 Hour Film Project 2017 - Best film & Best directing
Cannes Film Festival - Short film corner
Mo&Friese Hamburg International Film Festival
Creative Industrie Academy - Audiovisual Production (2010 - 2013)
De Nederlandse Filmacademie - Directing Documentary (2016 - 2020)
De Haaien, VICE, Helder, Blueprint Media, Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland, N279 Entertainment,
Apenkooi Events, Jagermeister, Superfirm, PLETA, The Buddy Film Project, Randstad,
Kidshare Malawi, Stedelijk Museum