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Jeremy Flohr

Jeremy Flohr is a filmmaker, visual storyteller and audio producer. His work is positioned at the intersection of colonial history, personal stories and social themes.

He has made films for, among others, New Dutch Connections, National Committee 4 and 5 May, Keti Koti Utrecht and PRIDE. For Mapping Slavery he produced the series Traces of Slavery together with Nancy Jouwe and Babs Gons in 2018. In 2020 he produced the documentary DIASPORA about the current significance of colonial heritage for young generations with roots in various parts of Indonesia. His work has also been shown in museums such as the Jewish Historical Museum, Museon and The Hague Historical Museum. In collaboration with Read My World, he produces Gentrified Stories, a film project about the consequences of gentrification in various city districts in Amsterdam.


Book launch: Revolusi
A conversation with David Van Reybrouck, Wim Manuhutu, Sadiah Boonstra, Goenawan Mohamad and Amanda Pinatih