Stephane Kaas is a Dutch filmmaker. He makes short films and documentaries. Fascinated by the human mind and memory he graduated with a documentary on a Belgian boy who lost his short term memory. After that he made short documentaries on subjects like a philosopher working at an investment bank, an ambitious taekwondo player who wonders if hard work is more important han talent, a child having a sister with an aggressive behavioral disorder, human zoos (soon to be released) and getting lost on the world wide web (won the Jan Hanlo Essay Prize). Also he made a short fiction movie about an audio tour that's starting a life on it's own.
His first long documentary is 'Etgar Keret: a truth telling liar’, a film about the famous Israeli writer of short surreal stories and the need for storytelling.