Peter de Kock

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Peter de Kock (born 31 May 1967 in Maastricht) is a Dutch cameraman, film producer and director. He studied at the Film academy in Amsterdam and worked as a director of photography on many films and documentaries. De Kock made his directorial debut with the film The Hands of Che Guevara, a documentary about the severed hands of the Latin American guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara that were put in a jar of formaldehyde and disappeared from public view. The film was a success at many international film festivals.

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  • Loenatik (1997)
  • Stephan Lorant, A man in pictures (1997)
  • Kinky Friedman, Proud to be an asshole from el Paso (2001)
  • Planet Kamagurka (2004)
  • John Callahan, Touch me someplace I can feel (1990)

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