Dick Maas

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Dick Maas
Dick Maas (1988).jpg
Dick Maas (1988)
Born (1951-04-15) April 15, 1951 (age 64)
Heemstede, Netherlands
Occupation Film director, screenwriter

Dick Maas (born 15 April 1951, Heemstede) is a Dutch film director, screenwriter, film producer and film composer.[1]

Maas achieved notoriety after the success of his music videos for the Dutch band Golden Earring, including "Twilight Zone" and the controversial "When the Lady Smiles," and his films De Lift,[2] Amsterdamned and Flodder in the 1980s. Lately the Dutch director attracted international attention with his controversial Christmas slasher Sint (Saint Nick).

Personal life[edit]

Maas is married to fellow film director Esmé Lammers, a granddaughter of Max Euwe, World Chess Champion 1935–1937.

Filmography (as director)[edit]

Music Videos[edit]

  • 1982 - "Twilight Zone" - Golden Earring
  • 1984 - "Clear Night Moonlight" - Golden Earring
  • 1984 - "When the Lady Smiles" - Golden Earring
  • 1997 - "Burning Stuntman" - Golden Earring


  • Adelbert
  • De overval
  • Historia Morbi
  • Idylle
  • Long distance
  • Onder de maat
  • Picknick
  • Rigor Mortis



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