Inge Persoon is a Dutch director, screenwriter, and producer whose career has spanned decades, creating art films, television series, and documentaries. Her most recent work includes the feature film 'Aanmodderfakker' which was released in 2018.
Persoon was born in the Netherlands in 1964 and began making films at a young age. She studied television and film production at The University of Amsterdam and went on to gain work as a freelance filmmaker.
In the early 1990s, Persoon wrote and directed her first feature film, 'De Liefdesverklaring' (The Love Declaration), which was released in 1994. This film was a success, and it earned her a nomination for Best Director at the Netherlands Film Festival.
Persoon then wrote and directed the romantic comedy 'Geen Huis Meer' (No Home Anymore) in 1999. This film was also well received, and it won several awards, including Best Feature Film at the Netherlands Film Festival.
In the 2000s, Persoon wrote and directed several more films, including 'Het Proces' (The Process) in 2006 and 'De Storm' (The Storm) in 2008. Both of these films were highly praised by critics and won several awards.
In 2012, Persoon wrote and directed the television series 'De Rechtbank' (The Courtroom), which was a hit with viewers. She also wrote and directed the television series 'De Nacht' (The Night) in 2015 and 'De Uitdaging' (The Challenge) in 2016.
In 2018, Persoon wrote and directed her first feature film in 14 years, 'Aanmodderfakker'. This film was a success, and it earned her two nominations for Best Feature Film at the Netherlands Film Festival.
Persoon continues to work in television and film, and she is now one of the most respected directors in the Netherlands. Her films are known for their depth, beauty, and thought-provoking themes. She is a master storyteller who has been able to create stories that resonate with viewers around the world.