Grolsch Film Work’s first feature film, The Fourth Dimension, is a co-production between Grolsch Film Works and VICE Films, bringing together a trilogy of directors from across the globe: Harmony Korine, Alexey Fedorchenko and Jan Kwiecinski. Each director filmed a 30-minute short movie in their home nations – following an identical creative brief set by Eddy Moretti, executive director of VICE Films.
The result is a glimpse of enlightenment through the eyes of three one-of-a-kind characters. The filmmakers have created three unique stories that offer up their vision of this higher plane of existence, the Fourth Dimension. Each filmmaker takes his character on a journey that changes the way they see the world and themselves. And each filmmaker will offer a different perspective on what the Fourth Dimension is.
Since 1615, The Dutch beer brand Grolsch has been driven by creativity, innovation and great ideas. This resulted in a bold and hoppy tasting premium lager that is enjoyed all over the world in the iconic Swingtop bottle. It is these same qualities, fundamental to independent film, that have inspired Grolsch Film Works. Grolsch Film Works is a global initiative with the purpose of representing the true spirit, inspiration and talent behind the emergent independent film industry. Its goal is to promote and cultivate up-and-coming filmmakers, actors, directors and the genius that goes into making inspiring indie movies through funding projects and showcasing their work worldwide.
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