Portrait of the Dutch writer Astrid H. Roemer who won the P.C. Hooft Prize in 2016, the most important literary award in the Netherlands and Belgium. She was born in Suriname and the first Carribbean author and the first black writer who won the award.
Nederland, Amsterdam, 21 januari 2017
Teargas at night in the Jungle of Calais in October 2016. The illegal refugee camp was cleared by the police days later.
Babah Tarawally is a writer and columnist. In 1995 he fled from Sierra Leone. In 2010 he published his novel 'The god with the blue eyes' and in 2016 'Lost Hand'. Portrait on film 6x7.
The port of Calais seen through fences to prevent refugees to illegally to cross over to the UK.