The Tiny Little Doclab produces micro documentaries.

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Our usual IDFA weekend get away 2017. We saw some amazing films. If you get the chance to watch Rebel Surgeon, Of Fathers and Sons, Year of Hope and Time Trial then we say: watch them.


Sinterklaas -or Saint Nicholas- season is upon us in the Netherlands, not to be confused with Santa Claus for Christmas. A while ago we made a short film about Sinterklaas' controversial sidekick Zwarte Piet - or Black Pete.The figure of Black Pete regularly sparks discussions on racism here in the Netherlands.

Want to know more? Then watch our film here:


Happy holiday greetings from Akira!


We are delighted to announce that our documentary ¨Safe Haven: stories from a Dutch school¨ has been accepted into the official selection of the Leiden International Short Film Experience.

Watch our documentary on May Sunday 14th, 2017, 1pm in the Volkshuis Leiden, tickets are available here.


The Cinematografica and Tiny Little Doclab Grant documentary grants have been awarded!

25,000PhP are going each to Jeremy Bolatag for his documentary 'Payadon' about the 2/9/2016 bombing in Davao city, and Jeffrie Po for his documentary 'Untitled' telling the story of aging artist Noynoy Estarte. Follow us via Facebook or on this page for updates. We are delighted to have Jeremy and Jeffrie on board and look forward to seeing their completed films later this year.


Our documentary 'Black Pete: behind the Makeup' premieres in Berlin as part of the NoSnow trio-selection, on Sunday, 25.12.2016, 4:15 pm


"Safe Haven: stories from a Dutch school" is the title of the short documentary I am making about children from conflict and war areas being taught at a Dutch school.


We are delighted that our documentary '5 to 12' screened at the Films by the Sea festival in 2016:)

Film By The Sea Film Festival Netherlands


In July 2014 we went back to the Dr. Jose Fabella maternity hospital to find out if the passing of the RH bill has resulted in any noticable improvements. Watch our update here:


For more information contact Fritz Kohle via fritz@film-and-television.com. References and project overview can be found at www.imdb.com/name/nm1327320/

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