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1759 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 25/03/2020.

Belgian cinema made available to local households

Belgian cinema made available to local households

The Wallonia-Brussels Federation Film and Audiovisual Centre is supporting the VOD release of 6 recent Belgian films, as well as an online presence for Belgian cinema  

25/03 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Belgium

Review: Skin Walker

Review: Skin Walker

The first feature film by Luxembourg director Christian Neuman reveals the filmmaker’s appetite for experiments of all kinds  

24/03 | Luxembourg 2020

Belgian distributors join forces with VoD platforms during the coronavirus crisis

Belgian distributors join forces with VoD platforms during the coronavirus crisis

A group of independent companies are working with 6 VoD platforms to offer Belgian viewers as-yet unreleased or recently released films, including Jumbo  

20/03 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Belgium

Review: Dreamland

Review: Dreamland

With his latest film, shot in Luxembourg and Belgium, Canada’s Bruce McDonald once again defies cinematic conventions and offers up a work that is chaotic and melancholic in equal measure  

19/03 | Luxembourg 2020

Review: A Girl From Mogadishu

Review: A Girl From Mogadishu

Mary McGuckian's film recounts the true story of Ifrah Ahmed who fled her war-torn country Somalia in 2006 and who has turned the fight against genital mutilation into her own personal battle  

17/03 | Mons 2020

Oray triumphs at the 35th Mons Film Festival

Oray triumphs at the 35th Mons Film Festival

Despite the measures taken by the Belgian government to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Mons Film Festival was able to announce the winners of its 2020 edition via its website on Friday  

16/03 | Mons 2020 | Awards

Review: How To Be A Good Wife

Review: How To Be A Good Wife

A nicely packaged comedy from Martin Provost on the serious subject of female emancipation, starring an irrepressible Juliette Binoche who tutors perfect future homemakers  

11/03 | Films | Reviews | France

Review: Losers Revolution

Review: Losers Revolution

Thomas Ancora and Grégory Beghin conjure up a wholly uninhibited comedy, borrowing as much from American style buddy movies as from the wacky world of reality TV  

11/03 | Films | Reviews | Belgium

End of shooting in sight for En attendant Bojangles

End of shooting in sight for En attendant Bojangles

Régis Roinsard’s film stars Virginie Efira, Romain Duris, Grégory Gadebois and Solan Machado-Graner; it is being produced by Curiosa and JPG, and will be sold by StudioCanal  

09/03 | Production | Funding | France/Belgium

Anne Fontaine  • Director of Night Shift

Interview: Anne Fontaine • Director of Night Shift

"The female character is the one who disrupts the routine – her own fragility leads her to reflect on the humanity of their task"

BERLINALE 2020: We met up with French-Luxembourgish director Anne Fontaine as she presented her new film, Night Shift, in the Berlinale Special section  

02/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special