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Festival Scope celebrates French-language Belgian cinema


- A selection of fiction features, documentaries and short films presented by Wallonie Bruxelles Images and Wallonie Bruxelles International is available for free until 30 June

Festival Scope celebrates French-language Belgian cinema
Amer by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani

The Festival of French-Speaking Belgian Cinema, presented by Wallonie Bruxelles Images and Wallonie Bruxelles International in collaboration with Festival Scope, has entered its last month. The innovative initiative has brought five features, five documentaries and five shorts from the region straight to audiences worldwide on the online platform dedicated to presenting international festivals to film lovers.

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Tickets are free but limited for each film, and time is running out. Visit this website until 30 June to catch 15 films that evoke the humour, quirkiness and cleverness of Belgium’s diverse and engaged cinema.

Here is the complete list of films available on Festival Scope:

Fiction features

Amer [+see also:
film profile
Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani (2009)
Jeannie Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles - Chantal Akerman (1975)
The Invader [+see also:
film review
making of
film profile
- Nicolas Provost (2011)
L'iceberg [+see also:
film profile
- Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, Bruno Romy (2005)
Toto the Hero - Jaco Van Dormael (1991)

Documentary features

Born to Film - Frédéric Sojcher (2004)
Déjà s'envole la fleur maigre - Paul Meyer (1960)
Killing Time - Lydie Wisshaupt-Claudel (2015)
When I Will Be a Dictator - Yaël André (2014)
Stolen Art - Simon Backes (2009)

Short films

Summer - Ronny Trocker (2016)
Kapitalists - Pablo Munoz Gomez (2017)
May Day - Olivier Magis, Fedrik de Beul (2017)
A Town Called Panick: Back to School - Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar (2016)
For You I Will Fight - Rachel Lang (2010)

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