Ghostly Company Series
Scriptwriters: Remy M. Ndow, Niels Snoek
Producer: Chingiz Karibekov
Production company: Rodini
Since the day she was born, Aissa has been able to see and interact with ghosts. Now that she’s twelve, she dreams of buying a haunted mansion, where she can live together with all her ghost-friends and her mom. That’s why she decides to start a business aptly called ‘Ghostly Company’. Together with her gang of spirits, ghosts and apparitions she tries to come up with the best possible business idea to start raking in the cash. However, Aissa is actually destined to become ‘The Queen of Spirit-Guides’, something the ghost of her Grandma keeps trying to teach her. Aissa has much to learn about life, and beyond.
Remy M. Ndow
Remy M Ndow is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. He has cut his teeth working on commercials and video clips for artists such as Darrell Cole and Bart Peeters. Recently, he worked on a play for children named Dounia B, which won multiple awards including the Kaas und Kappes theater award. He also created animation for the documentary Gemmel & Tim which premiered at Outfest L.A. Remy continues to tell stories that challenge him, stories about how small things can have a big impact on life.
Niels Snoek graduated with a Master’s degree in creative writing from RITCS. During his studies, he wrote a lot of comedy shorts, including Sizzlin’ Bacon (dir. Leander Hanssen) and Quality Time (dir. Davey Snoek), which were selected for many international film festivals. In 2018 Niels made his directorial debut, Operation Chasuble – The Movie, which was selected for the International Short Film Festival Leuven. In his work, Niels tries to find humanity in often humorous and painful situations.
Chingiz Karibekov graduated from RITCS and founded the production company RONDINI. He produced music videos for artists such as SLM and BLACKWAVE, and commercials for clients such as Brussels Airport and Bozar. He has written and produced award-winning short films, BOI & Da Yie, which was shortlisted for the Academy Awards. In 2020, Chingiz was listed as one of the ten most promising filmmakers in Belgium and Netherlands by the national newspaper NRC.