Hi, I’m Tim van den Hoff
I’m a Dutch independent documentary filmmaker with a focus on social issue films in Europe and the United States. My background in Philosophy (graduated cum laude from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2011) shapes my perspective and the way I work. I believe films are a great instrument to bring about change. Engaging with the audience is just as important as the film itself. Having taught in college, I much enjoy the intellectual exchange of ideas and often get booked for speaking engagements. Feel free to get in touch with me to discuss what I can do for you.
The Toxic Reigns of Resentment
Co-directed and produced this 52 minute documentary film in collaboration with two researchers at Princeton University. Renowned scholars like Wendy Brown and Peter Sloterdijk discuss the notion of resentment in a stylized setting.
Throughout the South of the United States, tempers flare up as confederate monuments are targeted for removal. During a 6000 mile road trip through the former Confederacy, this feature documentary explores the legacy of Southern Heritage.
EUR Aesthetics lecture series
Twelve part lecture series on Aesthetics for the Erasmus School of Philosophy. Using live multicam recording, the professor was placed in an environment with life-size projections of the subject at hand, creating an immersive experience for the students.
Recent Speaking Engagements
Campus-wide film discussion
February 24, 2021
Q&A with History class "American South"
February 17, 2021
Social Justice Symposium
March 4, 2021
Get in Touch
If you would like to discuss a speaking engagement, a potential project or anything else, feel free to reach out to me using the form below. You can also connect to me through my social media channels listed below.