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Diamond Film
Awarded forBox office achievements
CountryNetherlands
Presented byNetherlands Film Festival
Netherlands Film Fund
First awarded31 January 2007

The Diamond Film (Dutch: Diamanten Film) is a film award recognising domestic box office achievements in the Netherlands. The Diamond Film is awarded to films from the Netherlands once they have sold 1,000,000 cinema tickets or more during the original circulation. The award is initiated by the Netherlands Film Festival and the Netherlands Film Fund in addition to the Golden Film for 100,000 visitors, the Platinum Film for 400,000 visitors, and the Crystal Film for 10,000 visitors of a documentary film.

The first Diamond Film was awarded to Black Book (2006) on 31 January 2007. The director of the Netherlands Film Festival presented the trophies to the producer San Fu Maltha, director Paul Verhoeven, and the film cast, during a dinner for the film crew and cast organized by San Fu Maltha. Black Book was the first film since the introduction of Dutch box office awards in 2001 that reached an audience of one million visitors.[1] Black Book had a budget of 17,000,000, which made it the most expensive film from the Netherlands ever, at the time of its release.[2] After receiving the Diamond Film, Paul Verhoeven says about Black Book:

It is what we hoped for. We've spent a lot of money, and it has been an expensive film. And we all knew that San Fu Maltha would get into trouble, if we would have had only half a million visitors instead of one million. (...) So actually, it is an enormous success.[3][4]

Scenario writer Gerard Soeteman says about Black Book after it received the Diamond Film:

For the sake of films from the Netherlands, one hopes that many people would visit it. It is not just for yourself, but it means that people grow more confident in films from the Netherlands. So the public thinks: 'it can't be as bad as it normally is, let's go to a Dutch film again.' So the success of one film is actually stimulating for the generation of audience in general.[3][5]

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Films that received the Diamond Film

Diamond Film for 1,000,000 tickets sold
Year Film title Film release Diamond Film
2007 Black Book 14 September 2006[6] 31 January 2007[1]
Alles is Liefde 11 October 2007[7] 7 December 2007[8]
2010 Stricken 26 November 2009 12 January 2010[9]
2011 New Kids Turbo 9 December 2010[10] 25 January 2011[10]
Gooische Vrouwen 10 March 2011 1 April 2011[11]
2014 Gooische Vrouwen 2 4 December 2014 28 December 2014 [12]

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b "Eerste Diamanten Film voor Zwartboek" (Press release) (in Dutch). Nederlands Film Festival. 29 January 2007. Archived from the original on 27 October 2007. Retrieved 20 October 2007.
  2. ^ Berkhout, Karel; Blokker, Bas (8 September 2006). "Kan niet bestaat niet". NRC Handelsblad (in Dutch). Archived from the original on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 20 October 2007.
  3. ^ a b Doreen Bonekamp, Paul Verhoeven, Carice van Houten, Michiel Huisman, Gerard Soeteman. Diamanten film voor Zwartboek (streaming video) (in Dutch). Planet Internet.
  4. ^ Quotation in the original language Dutch: "Het is wel waar we op gehoopt hadden. En we hebben natuurlijk heel veel geld uitgegeven, nietwaar? Het is een dure film geweest. En we wisten allemaal dat als we eigenlijk minder dan een miljoen zouden scoren, zeg maar een half miljoen, dat dan zou San Fu wel in de problemen terecht komen. (...) Dus het is eigenlijk een gigantisch succes."
  5. ^ Quotation in the original language Dutch: "Voor het Nederlandse filmklimaat hoop je dat natuurlijk dat een heleboel mensen naar zoiets toegaan. Want het is niet alleen voor jezelf, maar het betekent ook dat mensen meer vertrouwen krijgen in Nederlandse films. Dat het publiek denkt: 'ja zo rot kan het toch ook niet wezen, als het normaal is, dus laten we maar weer eens naar de Nederlandse film toe gaan.' Dus het is eigenlijk zeer stimulerende voor het publiek, voor het genereren van publiek, het kweken van publiek, dat een film een succes heeft."
  6. ^ "NVF/NVB annual report 2006" (PDF). www.nfcstatistiek.nl (in Dutch). Netherlands Association of Film Distributors / Netherlands Association of Cinema Exploiters. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 November 2007. Retrieved 8 December 2007.
  7. ^ "Alles is Liefde". www.allesisliefde.nl (in Dutch). Retrieved 8 December 2007.
  8. ^ "Alles is Liefde behaalt in recordtempo één miljoen bezoekers". www.filmfestival.nl (in Dutch). Netherlands Film Festival. 7 December 2007. Archived from the original on 20 December 2007. Retrieved 8 December 2007.
  9. ^ "Komt een vrouw bij de dokter" (in Dutch), Netherlands Film Festival, 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  10. ^ a b "New Kids Turbo" (in Dutch), Netherlands Film Festival, 2010. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  11. ^ "Gooische Vrouwen" (in Dutch), Netherlands Film Festival, 2011. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  12. ^ "Gooische Vrouwen 2" (in Dutch), Netherlands Film Festival, 2014. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
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