Your support makes KIRAC possible! Because we are grateful, you get access to extra Episodes and Podcasts, such as the amazing Episodes 18,19, 21, Podcast 1 and many future releases. 

3 ways to support KIRAC

1. Patreon

Pay monthly on Patreon and get access to all our videos on this community website. 
Link to Patreon here

2. Monthly or one-time supporter via form below

Pay monthly directly to us and receive an email with links to all previous films, and an email every time a new film is released.  

-We suggest that artist, students and decent poor people become a monthly sponsor for 2-Euro. For the rest, we recommend 4-Euro or more!
-Emails with access to extra Episodes are sent within 3 days after donation. But most often we are able to send it the same day. 
-Donations are tax-deductible under ANBI-status in the Netherlands.*
-Monthly supporters of 2 euro or more get access to extra Episodes and Podcasts.
-One-time-donations of 100 Euro or more get access for 2 years. Giving access to smaller one-time donations is too much administration for us.
-Email if you have any questions or want to send me a message.
-You can always cancel your monthly support.** 


Email address*

Amount €*

*Tax deductible information for Dutch citizens:
Donaties zijn fiscaal aftrekbaar, omdat het gaat om een maatschappelijk, cultureel project en er geen sprake is van een tegenprestatie. Stichting Cultuurbord ziet erop toe dat verkregen gelden doelmatig en rechtmatig worden besteed.

**You can always cancel your monthly support. Our guy is working on a no-bullshit cancellation form. In the meantime, you can just send me an email ‘cancel support’ and I will do it for you. Please provide the email you used to subscribe so I know what to cancel. My email is

3. Watch KIRAC via Vimeo On Demand
Available on demand:

KIRAC Ep.22: ‘Reasons of Ego ft. Oscar van der Kroon’
KIRAC Ep.21: ‘Buse’ (A Good Student)
KIRAC Ep.19: ‘The Goat’
KIRAC Ep.18: ‘Parasites and Pecan Pie’
KIRAC PODCAST 1: ‘The Video PhD’ ft. Mathieu Weggeman
KIRAC EP.16: ‘King Philip and the Pied Flycatcher’