Martin Schilt is a film and television director from the Netherlands. He is known for his work on the popular Dutch television series, 'Door Vriendschap Sterk' (Through Friendship Strong).
Schilt was born in the Netherlands in 1975. He studied film at the University of Amsterdam and graduated with a degree in film studies in 2000. After graduation, Schilt moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in directing.
He started out directing music videos and short films before eventually directing a feature film, 'The Burning Light'. The film received critical acclaim and won several awards, including the Dutch Film Festival audience award.
Schilt then went on to direct the popular Dutch television series, 'Door Vriendschap Sterk'. The series was a huge success in the Netherlands. It won numerous awards and was even nominated for an International Emmy Award in 2014.
Schilt's latest project is the feature film, 'The Boy Who Could Fly'. The film is set in rural Holland and tells the story of a young boy who discovers he has the ability to fly. The movie is Schilt's most ambitious project to date, and has received positive reviews from critics.
Schilt is an acclaimed director with an impressive body of work. He has worked on a variety of projects, from feature films to television series. His work is characterized by its realism and humanistic approach to storytelling. Schilt is an advocate for independent film and television and is passionate about creating stories that will move and inspire audiences.