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1098 articles available in total starting from 11/09/2002. Last article published on 29/02/2024.

The Eye Filmmuseum presents Cosmic Realism

The Eye Filmmuseum presents Cosmic Realism

The inaugural retrospective exhibition on acclaimed directorial duo Véréna Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor will run until 20 May, and features a series of parallel events and screenings  

29/02 | Sponsored

Noée Abita stars in Vanja d’Alcantara’s Cap Farewell

Noée Abita stars in Vanja d’Alcantara’s Cap Farewell

The Belgian filmmaker is kicking off filming this week on her third feature film, toplined by the young French actress  

26/02 | Production | Funding | Belgium/Canada/Netherlands

Review: Fox and Hare Save the Forest

Review: Fox and Hare Save the Forest

BERLINALE 2024: Mascha Halberstad’s animated characters really do need to save the forest – but before that, they have to deal with massive egos and tiny underwear  

26/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: The Nights Still Smell of Gunpowder

Review: The Nights Still Smell of Gunpowder

BERLINALE 2024: Inadelso Cossa’s documentary-fiction hybrid is a sensory immersion into the memories, silences and traumas left by the civil war in Mozambique  

21/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Anthony Schatteman • Director of Young Hearts

Interview: Anthony Schatteman • Director of Young Hearts

"It wasn’t so much a children’s film I wanted to make as a family film, like the ones I grew up with"

BERLINALE 2024: We met with the young Flemish filmmaker, who’s presenting his debut feature film, a sensitive coming-of-age tale about a boy who discovers love  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Young Hearts

Review: Young Hearts

BERLINALE 2024: Anthony Schatteman’s first film is a luminous coming-of-age tale in an autobiographical vein about a young boy discovering love  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Mascha Halberstad • Director of Fox and Hare Save the Forest

Interview: Mascha Halberstad • Director of Fox and Hare Save the Forest

“Children should be taken seriously”

BERLINALE 2024: The Dutch director breaks down her new film, in which weird twists abound and Apocalypse Now references run wild  

16/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

The Netherlands Film Fund takes steps to strengthen the competitive position of Dutch features

The Netherlands Film Fund takes steps to strengthen the competitive position of Dutch features

As part of the 2025-2028 policy plan, the fund has highlighted measures drawn from various reports, expert recommendations, round-table discussions and industry observations  

15/02 | Industry | Market | Netherlands

MUBI buys a majority stake in independent Benelux distributor Cinéart

MUBI buys a majority stake in independent Benelux distributor Cinéart

The move marks MUBI’s first acquisition of a distributor and constitutes a significant milestone in the company’s expansion across the European arthouse market  

09/02 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | UK/Belgium/Netherlands/Luxembourg

John Skoog’s sophomore feature, Redoubt, toplined by Denis Lavant, in post-production

John Skoog’s sophomore feature, Redoubt, toplined by Denis Lavant, in post-production

Staged by Ruben Östlund’s Plattform Produktion, the picture is inspired by Karl-Göran Persson, a real-life farmer known as a good Samaritan on the verge of madness  

05/02 | Production | Funding | Sweden/Finland/ Netherlands/Italy/Denmark/Switzerland/UK

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