Jeroen Mol


Jeroen started directing after graduating from the Amsterdam Film Academy with a Nike ad. His love for the odd resulted in short films such as Cheap Ludes which was selected for the renowned Sundance Film Festival. Since then, many trav­els and strong sen­si­tiv­ity have helped de­velop his vi­sual style. His eye for the weird and wonderful have been reflected in his work and have led him to receive numerous awards for both his commercial and film work. His amazing viral for Fifa Street gained a worldwide following through the internet due to its originality and seemingly impossible stunts. For “Warchild – Batman” he won in 2017 in Cannes a Gold Lion for Craft. Ever meticulous in his work, he thrives on being involved in all aspects of filmmaking, from working closely with talent, to cinematography, music and visual effects. He prefers editing his own work.


Dutch Railways – silver ADCN award (Netherlands)
Lotto- CCB Awards Belgium – Silver for film
Karate Kid – Bronze Lion Cannes + Eurobest
Cheap Ludes short film- selection Sundance Film Festival (U.S) + CineVegas (Las Vegas)
Bellewaerde – IAAPA award (U.S)
Le Soir- Merit award at THE ONE CLUB New York
EA Fifa street – VDW Germany- Best foreign commercial + 2nd most watched viral globally
Doncafe – Gold award at Golden Drum festival
Kitkat – Silver Dubai Lynx
Warchild- Gold Lion Cannes (craft) + Silver London International Award (LIA)  + Silver Epica + Silver Ciclope + Bronze Clio (EDIT) + Bronze Lovie award (Internet) + Golden Radiator award (Norway)
McDonalds – CCB Awards Belgium- Gold for Film- Silver for Direction