Pieter-Rim de Kroon
Pieter-Rim de Kroon is a highly acclaimed director/producer of distinguished feature documentaries and branded films for premium consumer goods

He just finished the editing of 36 Views Mount Fuji Revisited and A Day in A Life. His film “Dancinʼ The Camera“ was recently released at Cinedance Festival 2016. He is currently preparing a feature length documentary “Travelogue Man”, the incredible story of American Icon Burton Holmes, a short film inspired on the work of The Dutch painter George Breitner, filmed on a vintage motion picture camera and lenses. His latest film The Iconic Cocktail, is about the myths and truths of The Martini.


The Iconic Cocktail, ‘The Martini’

wins a Silver and a Gold Dolphin
Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2016.

Gold Dolphin : Category Marketing Communications Business To Consumer.
Silver Dolphin : Category Leisure, Arts & Lifestyle


Dancin’ The Camera

wins Award of Excelence Best Shorts Competition USA 2016

Winning Awards
My films
  • THE ICONIC COCKTAIL is a documentary dedicated to the iconic cocktail of all time, THE MARTINI. About 14 of the most celebrated bartenders in the field will give their take on this famous cocktail's history. Where does the name come from, who created the first Martini, What about the original...
  • A slow film that transmits the experience of time as in reality, revealing the beauty of the small of everyday. A modest observation of humanity and nature. Filmed in 24 hours on board of the ‘Ni Ho De’ run by the Yamatake family in the Suruga bay and their small...
  • A classic love story between a tap dancer, a piano player and a 1922 hand cranked 35mm motion-picture camera. The camera as the camera, character and stage. A rhythmical journey of discovery across the magical world of the mechanical and analogue black-and-white film, where illusion lifts reality. Seduced by the...
  • One of the secret ingredients to make a proper Martini is the ice you cooke it with. Penny Pound Ice located in downtown LA are masters in their craft.

‘I am an eye. I am a mechanical eye.
I, a machine, I am showing you a world, the likes of which only I can see’
Dziga Vertov