Goltzius and the Pelican Company
|Goltzius and the Pelican Company|
|Directed by||Peter Greenaway|
|Produced by||Kees Kasander
|Written by||Peter Greenaway|
F. Murray Abraham
|Music by||Marco Robino|
|Cinematography||Reinier van Brummelen|
|Edited by||Elmer Leupen|
|Distributed by||Kasander Film Company
Film and Music Entertainment
Catherine Dussart Productions
Nederkands Fonds voor de Film
Rotterdam Film Fund
Centre National du Cinéma
Head Gear Films
The film is based on the life of Hendrik Goltzius, a late 16th century Dutch printer and engraver of erotic prints. He seduces the Margrave of Alsace into paying for a printing press to make and publish illustrated books. Goltzius promises him an extraordinary book of pictures of the Old Testament Biblical stories. Erotic tales of the temptation of Adam and Eve, Lot and his daughters, David and Bathsheba, Joseph and Potiphar's wife, Samson and Delilah, and John the Baptist and Salome. To tempt the Margrave further, Goltzius and his printing company will offer to perform dramatizations of these erotic stories for his court.
Goltzius and the Pelican Company is the second feature in Greenaway's film series "Dutch Masters", which includes the previous film Nightwatching. The third entry in the series will focus on Hieronymus Bosch, and its release is planned to coincide with the 500th anniversary of Bosch's death in 2016.
- Ramsey Nasr as Hendrick Goltzius
- F. Murray Abraham as The Margrave of Alsace
- Goran Bogdan as Gottlieb
- Truus de Boer as Sophie
- Nada Abrus as Marie
- Dusko Valentic as Priest
- Milan Plestina as Priest 3
- Enes Vejzovic as Churchman 1
- Vedran Zivolic as Joachim
- Katija Zubcic as Beatrice Fereres
- Boris Bakal as Messenger
- Vedran Komericki as Churchman
- Samir Vujcic as Priest 2
- Tvrtko Juric as Priest 4
- The Pelican Company
- Giulio Berruti as Thomas Boethius
- Kate Moran as Adaela
- Flavio Parenti as Eduard Hansa
- Anne Louise Hassing as Susannah
- Hendrik Aerts as Strachey
- Halina Reijn as Portia
- Lars Eidinger as Quadfrey
- Pippo Delbono as Samuel van Gouda
- The Margrave’s family and court
- Maaike Neuvilleas Isadora
- Lisette Malidor as Ebola Goyal
- Vincent Riotta as Ricardo del Monte
- Francesco De Vito as Rabbi Moab
- Stefano Scherini as Johannes Cleaver
- Peter Greenaway was nominated and won the FICE Award for Best European Director at the FICE- Federazione Italiana Cinema d’Essai in 2014.
- Peter Greenaway was nominated for the New Visions Award for Best Motion Picture at the Sitges- Catalonian International Film Festival in 2013.
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- Netherlands Film Festival
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- Robbey, Tim. "Goltzius and the Pelican Company, review: frisky and witty". The Telegraph. Retrieved 26 March 2015.
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- Goltzius and the Pelican Company at the Internet Movie Database
- Netherlands Film Festival
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