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by Jeroen Leinders


Tula: The Revolt recounts the true story of the biggest revolt of African slaves thatoccurred on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao in 1795, a revolt that was spurred on by the fact that the French had abolished slavery in Haiti a year earlier (which in turn was a consequence of the French revolution).

international title: Tula: The Revolt
original title: Tula: The Revolt
country: Netherlands, Curaçao
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Jeroen Leinders
release date: NL 04/07/2013
screenplay: Curtis Holt Hawkins, Jeroen Leinders
cast: Obi Abili, Danny Glover, Natalie Simpson, Jeroen Krabbé, Derek de Lint
cinematography by: Dolph van Stapele
film editing: Herman P. Koerts
art director: Caroline Story
costumes designer: Raquel Azevedo
music: Guy Farley
producer: Jeroen Leinders, Dolph van Stapele
production: Inspire Pictures, FishEye Feature Films
distributor: Benelux film Distributors Netherlands (BFD)
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