Michele Ernsting

Michele Ernsting

Independent Producer

Michele Ernsting worked as a radio journalist in Canada before moving to the Netherlands to study international law at the University of Amsterdam. Since then she's produced award-winning documentaries and is now the executive producer of The State We're In, on Radio Netherlands. When not working on the program, Ernsting still enjoys meandering along the canals of Amsterdam or playing on the monkey bars with her two children.


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A soulful and moving Dutch documentary about a civil servant who works with a professional poet to plans funerals for people who have died alone, bodies that were never claimed from…

The Lonely Funeral

A soulful and moving Dutch documentary about a civil servant who works with a professional poet to plans funerals for people who have died alone, bodies that were never claimed from…

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