| Ludi Boeken|
| Julia Levy-Boeken|
| World War Z, Saviors in the Night, Jappeloup, Deadlines, Q|
Daniella Kertesz, Julia Levy‑Boeken, Pascal Judelewicz, Marga Spiegel, Lia Hoensbroech
Ludi Boeken Wikipedia
Ludi Boeken is a Dutch film producer, director and actor. His daughter, Julia Levy-Boeken, is an actress.
He was born in Amsterdam. He attended the London Film School from 1970 to 1973, and Tel Aviv University from 1973 to 1976.
He started his career as a war correspondent for the BBC and for Dutch television in the Middle East, South America, Central America, and Africa.
He is a partner at Acajou Films, a film production company, with Pascal Judelewicz.
In the years of 2004 and 2007, he was executive director of Terranova, a german TV station.Unsettled Land (dir. Uri Barbash, 1987).
Wherever You Are (dir. Krzysztof Zanussi, 1988).
Vincent & Theo (dir. Robert Altman, 1990).
La fracture du myocarde (dir. Jacques Fansten, 1990).
Silent Tongue (dir. Sam Shepard, 1993).
Roulez jeunesse! (dir. Jacques Fansten, 1993).
Lucky Punch (dir. Dominique Ladoge, 1996).
Zeus and Roxanne (dir. George T. Miller, 1997).
Kings for a Day (dir. François Velle, 1997).
Train of Life (dir. Radu Mihăileanu, 1998).
La vérité est dangereuse (dir. Ludi Boeken, Michael A. Lerner, 2004).
Dead Cool (dir. David Cohen, 2004).
The Vintner's Luck (dir. Niki Caro, 2009).
Q (dir. Laurent Bouhnik, 2011).
Vanishing Waves (dir. Kristina Buozyte, 2012).
Jappeloup (dir. Christian Duguay, 2013).
Britney, Baby, One More Time (2002).
La vérité est dangereuse (2004).