Michiel Reichwein NCE, film editor
Michiel Reichwein is a film editor with broad international experience and a focus on creative story telling.
He graduated from the Dutch Film Academy in 1991, major in editing. He is a member of the Netherlands Association of Cinema Editors (NCE).
Blockbusters and Festival Winners
Michiel Reichwein has edited many Dutch movies, tv-series and documentaries.
From audience blockbusters such as the high-profile movie Komt een Vrouw bij de Dokter, the first Dutch 3D historical movie Nova Zembla, both directed by Reinout Oerlemans, to international festival winners like Matterhorn, directed by Diederik Ebbinge.
Michiel Reichwein is the editor of the Oscar winner Antonia’s Line (best foreign language film 1995), a Marleen Gorris movie, the first feature film directed by a woman to win an Academy Award. Of the same director Michiel Reichwein edited The Luzhin Defence (2000) starring John Turturro and Emily Watson, an adaptation of a Vladimir Nabokov novel and Mrs Dalloway (1997), starring Vanessa Redgrave, Natascha McElhone and Lena Headey, an adaptation of a Virginia Woolf novel.
A great pleasure are the family movies created in the cutting room of Michiel Reichwein.
Awarded films like Polleke, directed by Ineke Houtman, Fidgety Bram (Brammetje Baas) and Mr. Frog (Meester Kikker), both directed by Anna van der Heide.
The tv-series Rudy’s grote Kerstshow (20 episodes of 10 minutes) was highly appreciated during its release in December 2020.
Post Production Supervisor
In addition to editing Michiel Reichwein works as a post production supervisor, usually in combination with editing. Specializes in creating efficient workflows, tailor-made for a specific movie or TV series.
Michiel Reichwein works in his cutting room in the center of Amsterdam at the beautiful Entrepotdok, close to the zoo, in a former customs warehouse, studio EntrePost.