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9 articles available in total starting from 29/09/2021. Last article published on 28/10/2021.

Christophe Hermans  • Director of The Hive

Interview: Christophe Hermans • Director of The Hive

"Children’s bodies absorb their parents’ noise"

We met with the Belgian filmmaker known for his documentaries, who presented his first feature-length fiction film: a thoroughly female huis clos  

28/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Olivier Pairoux  • Director of SpaceBoy

Interview: Olivier Pairoux • Director of SpaceBoy

“The cinema I loved as a child, I didn’t find it in Belgium”

We talked to the Belgian filmmaker, who delivers with his feature debut a marked wink to the US family-friendly cinema of the 1980s  

27/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Review: The Hive

Review: The Hive

Christophe Hermans delivers a sensitive and heady first feature film revolving around three sisters weighed down by their mother’s mental illness  

27/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Review: Dealer

Review: Dealer

Jeroen Perceval delivers an especially harsh first feature film about a friendship which is as improbable as it is explosive between a young dealer and an old actor  

27/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Gaspar Noé wins the Grand Prix at the Ghent Film Festival with Vortex

Gaspar Noé wins the Grand Prix at the Ghent Film Festival with Vortex

The 48th edition of the festival crowned the director’s new film, and welcomed the 21st World Soundtrack Awards  

25/10/2021 | Ghent 2021 | Awards

Review: SpaceBoy

Review: SpaceBoy

Olivier Pairoux delivers an unexpected first feature film for all audiences, which tells the pop and deliciously nostalgic adventures of a young boy who dreams of space  

21/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Nabil Ben Yadir  • Director of Animals

Interview: Nabil Ben Yadir • Director of Animals

"To tell this radical story, an equally radical form was needed"

A meeting with the Belgian filmmaker, who delivers with his fourth feature a film that plunges into the heart of the darkness of the human soul by probing a racist and homophobic crime  

20/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

Review: Animals

Review: Animals

Nabil Ben Yadir delivers a radical film gesture which scrutinises the final hours of a young man who’s the victim of a brutal homophobic crime, and the hours which follow his death  

15/10/2021 | Ghent 2021

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  

29/09/2021 | Ghent 2021

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