Bram Roza made his film debut in 2018 with the critically acclaimed documentary Xangadix Lives!, a documentary about the bizarre origins and impact of the Dutch cult film The Johnsons.
His second film is a logical choice. As early as primary school, all his speeches and papers were about UFOs. The ambassadorship for the subject never passed and he founded the Dutch UFO Reporting Center in 2005. They fetch about 100 reports every month. As a result, Roza speaks with a lot of very normal people who have very abnormal stories. The UFOs of Soesterberg tell these kinds of stories from an objective point of view by just letting the people speak out on what they experienced. Roza wants to show you that UFOs are not just an American pop culture phenomenon. It happens all the time, all over the world. Even in the tiniest of countries like The Netherlands.