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Klaartje Quirijns (born 1967, Amsterdam, Netherlands) is a Dutch film and television director and producer. In The Netherlands she worked as a documentary director and producer for the leading public stations (VPRO, IKON and NPS).
Quirijns was previously based in New York City. Recent credits include a documentary called Brooklyn Dodgers (about the baseball team). Far more controversial is The Brooklyn Connection (2005) in which she interviewed Kosovan-born American gun runner Florin Krasniqi, and accompanied him on a purchase of weapons from an Army Surplus store.
She directed the 2007 film, The Dictator Hunter (see Souleymane Guengueng). Her newest film is Peace vs. Justice, a documentary about the Lord's Resistance Army  While pursuing independent documentary projects, Quirijns continues to work as a correspondent for Dutch national radio and television.