Rinke Dellebeke-van-Hell

Practical theologian, lecturer and film critic
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Rinke Dellebeke-van-Hell studied at Tilburg University for a M.A. in Culture & Arts (1995-2000) and finished her PhD in Practical Theology in 2016 at VU Amsterdam & ETF Leuven (Joint Degree, on a dissertation relating film viewing & religious identity). She started her career as a film programmer and publicity worker for several movie theatres until 2014. She also worked as a freelance film critic for several Christian publications and as a teacher & researcher for several Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences and the Belgian university ETF Leuven. She currently holds a position as Programme Manager for a Primary School Teacher's Training Programme (B.A.) at HZ University of Applied Sciences in Vlissingen, The Netherlands. She is a member of INTERFILM.


In the east of Germany, somewhere between Leipzig and Dresden, the city of Chemnitz turns into a children’s walhalla every year, just before the start of the autumn holidays. That’s when the SCHLiNGEL film festival starts – and children take their classes at the cinema rather than at school.


20.02.2020 to 01.03.2020
02.08.2017 to 12.08.2017