dinsdag 16 november 2010


The creative team of Les Enfants Terribles Erik Smits, Erwin Kokkelkoren, Bert Oele & Willem Aerts

If you like to know more about the triptych and Melbourne, for interviews, or high resolution photo's please feel free to mail me: bertoele@chello.nl

Les Enfants Terribles & IDTV Docs

De Tijd Daarna * The Time There-After

Former Secretary of Health Els Borst: ‘It’s of great importance that we all see this documentary.’

Long time survivors Erwin Kokkelkoren and Bert Oele meet the challenge:
We had the book, the photo-exhibition, now we are presenting the documentary. This completes a unique triptych. Press, audience and hiv and aids organizations have been impressed as to how the complete story of hiv and aids in The Netherlands is told in this once in a life time project.

This documentary tells us:
-The story of the greatest forgotten revolution in the medical field: Aids changed in one generation from a deadly plague to a treatable disease!
-A film for decades to come. The importance of it will only grow.
-An inspiring image of the Dutch attitude to life with hiv: open, transparent, honest, and touching.

The complete story:
-This triptych starts with the first aids diagnosis: April 3 1982 in Amsterdam.
-This project shows us a broad and divers group of men and women living with hiv today.
-It sends a clear message of what we want for the future.

We want you to see this documentary:
- Read all the information about this project on our website: www.detijddaarna.nl
- Contact us, and show this film in your country, in your organization, in your company!
- Inspire, touch and educate the people who are living or working with hiv.

Reasons to see the documentary:
- This film is a mighty weapon fighting stigma and self-stigma.
-We meet the young infected couple who become parents of a healthy baby.
We see the hiv-veterans overcome their physical pain and become an inspiration to us all.
-We see the young gay guy with hiv meeting new friends and lovers.
- We see that in the western world hiv is no longer a deadly disease, it has been relegated to the past.
-Most importantly: we see individuals, not a group. An hiv infection can never be generalized. Each individual experiences it differently.

Stepping up the pace!
Share our story and together we can create a better world for all people living with hiv.

Les Enfants Terribles
Erwin Kokkelkoren & Bert Oele & Willem Aerts

Saturday July 26 on Dutch Television

NTR Time 16:05

The Time There-After at AIDS2014 
 Thursday 24, July 2014 Time 5:20 pm at the Global Village Screening Room
Clarendon Room C, Level 2, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center, 1 Convention Center place, South Wharf VIC Melbourne
With a introduction by Lambert Grijns, Dutch Ambassador for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights & HIV/AIDS. After the film Q & A with the makers.

Wednesday 23 July Time 4:30 – 6pm Living Positive Victoria, 
Bert & Erwin will participate in the panel
“Activating Art - best practices in HIV community development and health promotion using artistic expression for social change”

Trailer (English subtitles):

We are very pleased with the support of and
Thanks to:

Exhibition December 7 2011 Melkweg Gallery Amsterdam (Photographer Erik Smits)


Opening by Former Minister of Health Els Borst 

The Book April 3 2012 de Balie Amsterdam

Book design http://www.gebr.silvestri.nl

The Documentary December 5 2013 EYE Film theater Amsterdam

Les Enfants Terribles Erwin Kokkelkoren & Bert Oele

Author Erwin Kokkelkoren & Film director Film Willem Aerts


1 opmerking:

  1. Ik ben totaal overrompeld over deze prachtige
    website. De verhalen, het doel, de blogs, de idee├źn en de plannen verwonderd mij zeer.
    Els Philippi