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FESTIVALS Belgium

UK film on show at BOZAR

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For the fourth year, the British Council is holding the image a nation festival in Brussels, during which audiences are invited to see the most recent British independent productions, features and documentaries, all on modern-day themes. This year, this British event has chosen Brussels’ Palais des Beaux Arts (Fine Arts Museum) as its home.

From October 24-30, audiences can discover films that were well received at renowned festivals but have not yet found distribution in Belgium.

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Programmed films include: Red Road [+see also:
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by Andrea Arnold, the Jury Prize winner at the Cannes Film Festival this year (see article); Cashback [+see also:
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by Sean Ellis, a fashion photographer who turned to film after making an Oscar-nominated short of the same name; Berlin title Love + Hate by Dominic Savage; and Kidulthood by Menhaj Huda.

Documentaries include Sisters in Law by Kim Longinotto and Florence Ayisi, which opened the festival. The hair-raising Severance [+see also:
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, the new film by Christopher Smith (Creep [+see also:
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) will close the event.

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(Translated from French)

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