• To the End
  • Swimmer (The)
  • Homebody
  • Dog Valley
  • Being Thunder
  • Being BeBe
  • Dragonfly Boy
  • Perdición (La)
  • Passage
  • Streamy Boy
  • I Want to Talk About Duras
  • Cut!
  • Against the Current
  • Unusual Summer (An)
  • Camila Comes Out Tonight
  • Car Therapy
  • Ese Fin de Semana
  • Carnival (The)
  • Operation Hyacinth
  • Grandmother (The)
  • Maricón Perdido
  • MixedUp
  • Sex and Revolution
  • Collini Case (The)
  • Curse of Lizzie Borden (The)
  • Little Prince(ss) (The)
  • Between Them
  • Name Above Title
  • Gabi, Between Ages 8 and 13
  • Inner Cage (The)
  • As I Want
  • Baja Come Down
  • I Am Here - We Are Here Together
  • Caveman
  • Disco Ruin
  • Down in Paris
  • Emergence: Out of the Shadows
  • Faceless
  • Queer Tongues
  • Walk with Angels


Country: Netherlands, Language: Dutch, 75 mins

  • Director: Tim Leyendekker
  • Writer: Tim Leyendekker, Gerardjan Rijnders
  • Producer: Edgar Kapp, Andr** Schreuders, Marc Thelosen

CGiii Comment

Based on the infamous Groningen HIV case, in which three men drugged other men and infected them with their own HIV-infected blood, Feast is a bold and provocative film that skillfully reflects the questions of life, death and morality that have emerged from one of the most disquieting stories in contemporary Dutch life.

Unfolding over seven individual vignettes, each directed by Tim Leyendekker but shot in collaboration with a diverse range of cinematographers, Feast blends reportage and surrealism, disbelief and empathy to unpack the repercussions and reverberations of a singularly shocking series of events.

Accomplished short film director Tim Leyendekker makes a directorial debut like no other. A singular voice that works together in a visual collaboration that highlights a darkness at the same time, questioning the existence of said darkness.


Feast - trailer from Square Eyes on Vimeo.

Cast & Characters

Trudi Klever
Eelco Smits
Koen Van Kaam
Kuno Bakker
Oscar Van Den Boogaard
Sanne den Hartogh
Vincent van der Valk
Bert Luppes
Maureen Teeuwen