Wildlife Film

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            • Selection of images; wildlife worldwide 2016
            • showreel wildlife video
            • In addition to his paintings, Jeroen also captures wildlife in another way: as an all-round, free-lance wildlife filmmaker. And like with his paintings, he sets the bar quite high here too. To depict wild nature as pure as possible is his goal. He sees all use of timelapse, slow-motion, manipulated or domestic animals and classical background music as an admission of weakness. Nature does not have to be made more beautiful than it already is. His pure way of filming is difficult and time-consuming though. Not in the least because he does everything all on his own: he knows how to find, film the wildlife and edit his shots (worldwide, in 4K and HD), himself. Despite all this stubbornness, this has led to assignments for the BBC, National Geographic, NHK in Japan, the New Wilderness and a number of other, successful Dutch documentaries..
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          • .Morocco documentary Jeroen Verhoeff
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          • In 2014 he worked on ‘Barbary Macaques: Childcaring is the man’s job’, a 59 minute film about the only African macaque species, in the Atlas mountains of Morocco, for NHK Japan, as cameraman, wildlife scout, producer and advisor....
        • In 2013 ‘The New Wilderness’ opened in Dutch cinemas. It has won the highest two awards for best film of the year by the Dutch public. Jeroen worked on this film about this surprisingly rich, but controversial Dutch wetland ‘the Oostvaardersplassen’, as an underwater filmer, hide constructor, wildlife scout and advisor.
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        • .For ‘Wild Wonders of Europe‘ and National Geographic Jeroen worked
        • on a short film about two Serbian National Parks along the Danube.
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