The Resistance Banker
|The Resistance Banker|
|Directed by||Joram Lürsen|
Marieke van der Pol|
Thomas van der Ree
Jacob Derwig as Gijs van Hall
|Music by||Merlijn Snitker|
|Cinematography||Mark van Aller|
|Edited by||Peter Alderliesten|
|Distributed by||Dutch FilmWorks|
|Box office||$4 million|
The Resistance Banker (Dutch: Bankier van het Verzet) is a 2018 Dutch World-War-II-period drama film directed by Joram Lürsen. The film is based on the life of banker Walraven van Hall, who financed the Dutch resistance during the Second World War. The film is reported to have become the most visited film of 2018 and was nominated for eleven Golden Calves, the first time a film received so many nominations for the award. It won four Golden Calves, among them the prize for Best Film and Best Actor.  The film was also selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 91st Academy Awards.
- Barry Atsma as Walraven van Hall
- Jacob Derwig as Gijs van Hall
- Pierre Bokma as Meinoud Rost van Tonningen
- Fockeline Ouwerkerk as Tilly van Hall
- Raymond Thiry as Van den Berg
- List of Dutch submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
- List of submissions to the 91st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film
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