Peter van Houten (1951, Netherlands) is an independent filmmaker. He makes short movies, feature-length films and creative documentaries, and is also responsible for screenplay, camera, editing and production of his films. In 1990 he founded his own production company AnnaZharkovFilm.
Miel-Emile tells the story of the son of a Flemish family with many children who, after World War II, will live in the Pyrenees in the South of France, to embrace paradise.
The life of Jean-Marie (2015)
“La vie de Jean-Marie” is a wonderful combination of cinema vérité and a feel-good movie.
I’m Still Alive (2012)
Poetic and visual portrait of the old Polish woman Jadwiga Kubis Waslicka.
My name is Liotta (2005)
Symbols and picturesque excess in a mysterious story about an almost mystical encounter between two pregnant women. Even the apples are pregnant.
The Exposition of Anna Zharkov (2001)
The pregnant Anna is tormented by nightmares. The film is situated in a sanatorium where Anna’s dreams and memories are juxtaposed with events at Anna’s home.