LOWLANDS is a feature cinematic essay that moves between chronological and geographical zones and events including the 1996 trial of a Bosnian Serb for crimes against humanity, the paintings of Johannes Vermeer, and the relationships between them. The film culminates in a dream by Catharina Bolnes, the widow of Johannes Vermeer, embodied in a contemporary chamber opera/masque.

The revered American film critic, Jonathan Rosenbaum, calls LOWLANDS an "awesome, provocative and highly original work." Mr. Rosenbaum placed LOWLANDS on the 2010 "best films" lists in "Film Comment" (Film Society of Lincoln Center) and "Sight & Sound" (British Film Institute).

2009, Color, 51 minutes, English/Dutch/Serbian, English subtitles, 5.1 Surround Sound, Widescreen 1.85:1