Sanne Vogel (1984) started working as a writer, director, and actress in the theatre when she was only 17 years old.
She was the youngest professional theatre writer/director and won young talent awards like ‘100watt Lichtpuntprijs’ and ‘Gouden Ei van de Mus’. In 2010 she expanded her creative horizon to the celluloid screen with her debut film ‘Mama’ (co-directed by Beri Shalmashi). ‘Mama’ was nominated for a Gouden Kalf at the Dutch Film Festival. After ‘Mama’ Sanne directed the short films ‘Kort’ and ‘Klein’. In 2014 Sanne directed her first feature film, ‘Hartenstraat’, which received a Golden Film (+100.000 visitors). It was this year Sanne received the Glamour Award for the most creative woman of the year. Only a year later, in 2015, Sanne directed her second feature film, ‘Brasserie Valentijn’.