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Films / Belgium

Review: Through the Fire

Review: Through the Fire

Pierre Niney shines in a poignant role as a firefighter and severe burns victim who tries to rebuild himself in Frédéric Tellier's second feature film  

28/11 | Films | France/Belgium

Review: Don't Shoot

Review: Don't Shoot

Stijn Coninx revisits a traumatic and unresolved event in contemporary Belgian history: the Brabant Killings  

10/10 | Films | Belgium

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy  

18/07 | Films | France/Belgium

Review: Troisièmes noces

Review: Troisièmes noces

David Lambert tells another story about a couple that should never have got together, delivering a comedy-drama on bereavement, cohabitation and passing things on  

12/06 | Films | Belgium

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Review: Captain Morten and the Spider Queen

Two Estonian and one Irish director have teamed up for this stop-motion animation feature that has just had its world premiere at Animafest Zagreb  

07/06 | Films | Estonia/Ireland/Belgium/UK

Review: Manu

Review: Manu

Emmanuelle Bonmariage delivers a multi-layered documentary about a filmmaker and extraordinary man’s road to remembrance  

05/06 | Films | Belgium

Review: Mon Ket

Review: Mon Ket

In his debut feature film, François Damiens returns to his first love, and the gamble pays off: creating a full feature film using hidden cameras  

29/05 | Films | Belgium/France

Review: Carnivores

Review: Carnivores

Jérémie and Yannick Renier transform Leïla Bekhti and Zita Hanrot into conflicting sisters, in a cruel tale of love and sibling rivalry  

29/03 | Films | Belgium/France

Review: Bitter Flowers

Review: Bitter Flowers

Olivier Meys tells the story, both with modesty and without pretence, of the destiny of a young woman who is sucked into the Chinese prostitution industry in Paris  

28/03 | Films | Belgium/France/Switzerland/China

Gaspard at the Wedding: The ties that bind

Gaspard at the Wedding: The ties that bind

Antony Cordier unveils a refreshing film about emotional ties, with a surrealist yet human sense of humour  

30/01 | Films | France/Belgium