Joost Verheij (NL) will be Service Director for the art frames. He will be in charge for providing and organise Dutch companies, art framers and professionals to work all glass material and design, create and build all the art frames of the functional objects and the installations which the artists create for the exhibitions. The frames will partly be worked from the material of the historical ruins in collaboration with the artists.

Producer/director Joost Verheij studied cultural anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. In 1984, he set up the foundation MM film productions, producing and directing sever al documentaries. A few examples are ‘Lomax the Songhunter’ by Rogier Kappers (e.g. Golden Calf Best Long Documentary 2005, CINE applied Eagle Award 2006, nomination Emmy Award 2007), ‘The Silence’ (2005) by Kim Landstra, ‘In my Father’s House’ by Fatima Jebli Ouazzani (e.g. Hot Docs Award Best International Documentary 1998, Golden Calf Best Long Documentary 1998), ‘Rouch’s Gang’ (1993) about the French anthropologist Jean Rouch and ‘Miss Interpreted’ (1997) about the South-African artist Marlene Dumas. In 1989 Joost attended the directors workshop led that year by Johan van der Keuken during the international Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA). In 1990 he studied under the guidance of Frans Swartjes at the ‘Vrije Academie’ in The Hague and in 2000 he completed a one-year post-graduate Company Management Training program for Producers at the Maurits Binger Film Institute in Amsterdam. He was also participant at the Film Business School in Lübeck, Germany (2002) and the Film Marketing workshop of Strategies in Luxembourg (2004). In addition to this he has appeared as guest lecturer at the Mira Media Academy, the art academy in Arnhem and at the University of Amsterdam.

Doc.Eye Film V.O.F. / Co-partner from the Netherlands. Representative; Frank van Reemst & Joost Verheij.