Dutch Angle TV mainly focuses on sports backgrounds. Atmospheric, but yet unknown. Personal stories. Scientific analyses. Layered portraits. Road movies with well-known and less-known sportspeople. Stories about sports clubs, their fans, the staff, the sponsorships. As long as the story is deepening and entertaining.
Dutch Angle TV portraits people in suprising manners. The magic of the diary of Anne Frank, for example. Or Mandela, a very touching documentary. Or the story about Jean Nelissen, a Dutch sports commentator. Always looking for untold stories, avoiding cliches, which sometimes seems inescapable. The right balance makes the difference.
Social and Political
We tell stories people want to talk about. From how to run a company in times of a pandemic to the remarkable story of the D-Day flag and it's journey to the White House. Stories with a strong message, which are beautifully filmed and made for a big audience. Intelligent entertainment combined with investigative journalism. We don't only touch the surface, we dig out the whole story.
Whether we produce documentaries, formats, series or other programs, we always want to tell a story. Each and everyone has a story to be told and be heard. From Urban Farming in Detroit to trains and the Dutch landscape. It's all about storytelling. Because 'he who masters the form, masters the content'.