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BRIFF 2021

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14 articles available in total starting from 05/07/2021. Last article published on 21/09/2021.

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Successful outcome for the 5th Brussels Co-Production Forum

Successful outcome for the 5th Brussels Co-Production Forum

The industry section of the Brussels International Film Festival generated fruitful exchanges despite all the constraints linked to the date change and the pandemic  

21/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021 | Brussels Co-Production Forum

Mathilde Pâques  • Co-ordinator, Brussels Co-Production Forum

Interview: Mathilde Pâques • Co-ordinator, Brussels Co-Production Forum

"The basic idea is to promote co-production know-how in Belgium"

The 5th edition of this professional gathering unspooled in Brussels on 7 and 8 September under the umbrella of the Brussels International Film Festival  

13/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021 | Brussels Co-Production Forum

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  

13/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021 | Awards

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  

13/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Claude Schmitz • Director of Lucie Loses Her Horse

Interview: Claude Schmitz • Director of Lucie Loses Her Horse

"The making of a poetic material fascinates me"

The film and theatre director talks about his feature debut, a hybrid and dreamlike film  

10/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Review: Becoming Mona

Review: Becoming Mona

Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden paint the portrait of a woman condemned by her own kindness and worry for others to live in the shadows of those she loves  

09/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Fred De Loof  • Director of Totem

Interview: Fred De Loof • Director of Totem

"I was looking for a very classic film effect to counterbalance the slightly heavy-handed humour and endless teasing"

We spent a bit of time with the Belgian filmmaker who spoke to us about his off-the-wall first feature film, which is a deliciously coarse comedy shot on a low budget  

09/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Review: Lucie Loses Her Horse

Review: Lucie Loses Her Horse

Claude Schmitz offers a dreamlike tale, an ode to theatre life, and a loose wandering through the psyche of an actress at the dawn of a new role  

08/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Review: Rookie

Review: Rookie

Lieven Van Baelen offers a dizzying trip into the world of road racing, full of adrenaline and audacity, but also of often toxic masculinity and many broken dreams  

07/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

Review: Totem

Review: Totem

Fred De Loof makes a gutsy comedy in the guise of a fantastical slasher, a deliciously regressive pastiche that follows a bunch of kidults who relive the Scout camp that changed their lives  

06/09/2021 | BRIFF 2021

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