Annette Apon

Annette Apon



Annette Apon is a renowned Dutch film director, producer, and screenwriter based in Amsterdam. She has directed several award-winning feature films and television series, and is best known for her work on the Dutch drama series Penoza.

Apon was born in Amsterdam in 1968, and graduated from the Dutch Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam in 1993. She began her career as an assistant director on the feature film The Winter War (1995), and then went on to direct several short films, including Bloed en Rozen (1999), which was nominated for a Golden Calf award at the Netherlands Film Festival.

In 2002, Apon made her feature film debut with the psychological thriller The Delivery. The film was a critical success, and won several awards, including the Grand Prize at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.

Apon went on to direct several other films, including the 2007 drama The Misfortunates, which won the Golden Calf for Best Feature Film at the Netherlands Film Festival. She also directed the award-winning Dutch drama series Penoza (2010-2016), which was seen by millions of viewers around the world.

In recent years, Apon has continued to work on feature films and television series, including the romantic drama De Storm (2019). She has also worked as a producer, with credits including the feature film Love Is All (2015) and the television series Mocro Maffia (2018).

Annette Apon is one of the most acclaimed filmmakers in the Netherlands. Her films have won numerous awards, and she has been recognized for her contribution to Dutch cinema. Her work is characterized by her use of compelling visuals and emotionally charged storylines, and she continues to make films that explore complex characters and relationships.

Known for