Beer ten Kate (1986) is director and writer who graduated in 2009 from the Utrecht School of Arts with a bachelors degree in audiovisual media. He spent several years working as an assistent director while developing his own unique style of comedy. This came to fruition in 2015 when he co-created and directed TOON, a critically acclaimed comedy drama for KPN Presenteert: Its first exclusive fiction series. TOON ran for two seasons and was nominated for the prestigious Golden Nymph for Best International Comedy at the Monte Carlo Television Festival. 

His debut commercial with Wefilm for Stivoro won Silver at the ADCN Awards. His focus is mainly on comedy projects, defined by hyperrealistic acting and a surreal edge. He loves to use humor to take viewers to an uncomfortable place and hopefully discover something new and true there.

A corporate musical movie

Info Support wanted to bring an ode to the the world of IT. So we brought together two elements that could not be more opposing: the world of IT in a Disney-style musical.

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Our heart for healthcare heroes

Supporting our healthcare professionals by staying inside with a message they all see outside: #myhearthforhealthcare



And they could use a little help with their interior.


Introducing Google Tulip

Listen to nature and discover the amazing things it has to say.


Growing up: One fall at a time

A little girl growing up is seen stumbling and falling in her parent’s home videos. There’s always a parent there to keep her safe, but will she be safe alone on the road?


The tobacco industry’s unknown ugly truth

We know how unhealthy smoking is, but not how we are misled by the tobacco industry. So what happens when everyone at a tobacco company gathers around Friday drinks and tells the truth?

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This is how we move in Amsterdam

Quite honestly, we don’t really understand what Katie Couric was apologizing for. Maybe NBC News just had to dig a little deeper…


A new kind of comedy drama, a worldwide Netflix original. Two seasons of unadulterated awkwardness.


Barry vs. The World

"We are against everything." Excuse me? "Yes against everything."