2CFILM is an internationally active film production company located in Amsterdam. 2CFILM aims to develop and produce feature films independently for a wide audience. In addition, 2CFILM is a creative breeding ground for ambitious and talented filmmakers.
2CFILM integrates the latest technology in the content and where possible will use a newly developed second screen application.
Edvard has been active in the media and entertainment industry since 1998. As a new generation film producer he is specialized in non-traditional methods of film financing.
In 2010 he introduced a new 'advertiser driven' financing model for the Dutch-speaking, online released feature 'Claustrophobia'. This feature film was developed in collaboration with a Dutch lottery and it then went on to sell internationally to the USA, Canada, Germany, France, Belgium and Japan.
Mr. Kees Abrahams served as the President of International Production at Sony Pictures Television, Inc. Mr. Abrahams, who was formerly Chief Executive Officer of 2waytraffic N.V. and remains based in its headquarters, 2waytraffic's Hilversum oversees extensive portfolio or light entertainment formats including one of the most successful shows of all time, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? and others such as Take It Or Leave It and You Are What You Eat in addition to successful SPT formats such as Dragons' Den.
Bobby attended the Dutch National Film & Television Academy (NFTA) & the American Film Institute Conservatory (AFI) in Hollywood. In 2011 he made his directorial feature film debut with the thriller "Claustrofobia". In 2012, he co-founded Dutch production company 2CFILM. Together with former Stage Entertainment's Robin de Levita, former Sony Pictures Television Europe President Kees Abrahams & Producer Edvard van 't Wout.
Felice Bakker graduated on the Dutch National Film & Television Academy (NFTA) in 2005. After producing the feature film The Seven of Daran, in 2008 released by Disney. She moved to Los Angeles and studied at the UCLA - School of Theater, Film and Television.
Since then she produced commercials, for brands such as; Bavaria Beer, Alfa Romeo, and eBay.
Harald worked for four years as a CPA after his graduation from the Hogeschool Holland in Diemen. After these four years he worked with Bertelsmann Media Group (BMG) and worked with several companies in different countries for the next 12 year, all of which media- and entertainment related. In this period he was also involved as financial controller with the movie Wit Licht. In 2006 he founded HJB Financial Management B.V. in which he starts working full-time in 2007.
In his twenty years career as a lawyer, Rein Everard worked at a renowned Dutch law firm, has been a legal entrepreneur, and served big brands and multinationals like AFC Ajax and Ahold and Sony as well as start-ups. Rein has an in-depth knowledge of intellectual property rights, and knows how to commercialise such IP rights internationally using the most appropriate legal tools. Alongside to being an IP rights specialist, Rein is an experienced lawyer on a variety