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1188 articles available in total starting from 19/03/2008. Last article published on 25/11/2021.

Shooting is imminent on Zeno Graton’s Le Paradis

Shooting is imminent on Zeno Graton’s Le Paradis

The young, Brussels-based director who turned heads with his shorts Mouettes and Jay Amongst Men is gearing up to begin filming on his first feature-length movie  

30/09 | Production | Funding | Belgium/France

The 48th Film Fest Gent unveils a rich programme

The 48th Film Fest Gent unveils a rich programme

For this almost post-COVID edition, the event is full of prestigious previews and offers a jam-packed Belgian programme  

29/09 | Ghent 2021

The 36th Namur International French-Language Film Festival boasts a jam-packed programme

The 36th Namur International French-Language Film Festival boasts a jam-packed programme

This edition will be opened and closed by two festival regulars: Joachim Lafosse (with The Restless) and Catherine Corsini (with The Divide 

17/09 | Namur 2021

Fabrice Du Welz  • Director of Inexorable

Interview: Fabrice Du Welz • Director of Inexorable

"I tried not to play the artist too much with this film, in order to construct a thriller, pure and simple"

The Belgian director spoke to us about this new film which is very much in keeping with his previous work, but which also breathes fresh air into his cinema by exploring the huis clos form  

15/09 | Toronto 2021 | Special Presentations

Dominique Deruddere returns with The Chapel

Dominique Deruddere returns with The Chapel

The director, Oscar-nominated in 2000 for Everybody’s Famous!, is back with a feature that goes behind the scenes of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth competition  

15/09 | Production | Funding | Belgium

Bouli Lanners  • Director of Nobody Has to Know

Interview: Bouli Lanners • Director of Nobody Has to Know

“I told myself that at 54, I could finally tell a love story”

Cineuropa met with the Belgian filmmaker who is presenting his latest film, a real departure from his previous work since it is a love story and in English  

14/09 | Toronto 2021 | Contemporary World Cinema

Limbo is the big winner at the 4th Brussels International Film Festival

Limbo is the big winner at the 4th Brussels International Film Festival

The second feature by British filmmaker Ben Sharrock, already laureate of the Cannes 2020 Label, has won the Grand Prix  

13/09 | BRIFF 2021 | Awards

Review: Nobody Has to Know

Review: Nobody Has to Know

Bouli Lanners deterritorialises his cinema to tell, in English, a tender and delicate love story, doubled with a portrait of emancipation and a reflection on memory  

13/09 | Toronto 2021 | Contemporary World Cinema

Review: Inexorable

Review: Inexorable

Fabrice Du Welz delivers an incredibly dark film noir scrutinising an inescapably fatal encounter between a mysterious young woman and a very bourgeois couple  

13/09 | Toronto 2021 | Special Presentations

Review: Family

Review: Family

Milo Rau adapts his own play, about a typical middle-class family whose every member has decided to end their life  

13/09 | BRIFF 2021

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