living and working in Amsterdam.
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Katinka Schlette (1992) is a german (+ almost dutch) documentary filmmaker, visual anthropologist and human urban geographer.
In her projects she tells stories that make us reflect on big and small things in our daily life and in the world. Recurring themes are meanings of places, memories through objects, the changing city, and the feeling of home. In 2018 Katinka graduated from the Granada Center for Visual Anthropology in Manchester with her film Brick Stories, which screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) in 2019. In 2019 she directed four short films with documentary production company Van Osch Fims for dutch television, of which the short film Diggin' Demos was selected for international music documentary festival IN-EDIT Netherlands 2021. In 2020 Katinka won the Gelderland Film Pitch with her idea forSharing boundaries.