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824 articles available in total starting from 11/09/2002. Last article published on 15/10/2021.

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Michael Van Ostade’s The Ghastly Brothers

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Michael Van Ostade’s The Ghastly Brothers

The Belgian-Dutch adventure flick follows young Lilith, who meets a couple of professional paranormal detectives at her new boarding school  

15/10 | Events | Promotion | Belgium/Netherlands

Saskia Diesing’s war drama Lost Transport in post-production

Saskia Diesing’s war drama Lost Transport in post-production

Sold worldwide by Germany’s Global Screen, the feature follows a train leaving a concentration camp with 2,500 Jewish former prisoners aboard  

14/10 | Production | Funding | Netherlands/Luxembourg/Germany

IDFA Forum announces 62 projects selected for in-person 2021 edition

IDFA Forum announces 62 projects selected for in-person 2021 edition

The co-production and co-financing market will celebrate its 29th edition this year  

13/10 | IDFA 2021 | IDFA for Professionals

Koen Mortier gears up to begin filming on Skunk

Koen Mortier gears up to begin filming on Skunk

The Flemish filmmaker will soon start shooting his 4th feature film, adapted from Geert Taghon’s novel of the same name  

06/10 | Production | Funding | Belgium/Netherlands

A huge haul of Golden Calves for The Judgement and The Forgotten Battle at the 41st Nederlands Film Festival

A huge haul of Golden Calves for The Judgement and The Forgotten Battle at the 41st Nederlands Film Festival

Sander Burger’s true-crime feature has taken home four trophies, surpassed only by Matthijs van Heijningen’s World War II epic, which pocketed five of the coveted statuettes  

04/10 | Festivals | Awards | Netherlands

Omar Al Abdul Razzak’s Matar cangrejos currently shooting

Omar Al Abdul Razzak’s Matar cangrejos currently shooting

Tenerife serves as the setting for the feature-length fiction debut by the director of the documentaries Paradiso and The Calm Tempest, which is being produced by Tourmalet Films  

15/09 | Production | Funding | Spain/Netherlands

Review: Anatomy of Time

Review: Anatomy of Time

VENICE 2021: Time is the proverbial flat circle in this woozy drama from Thai filmmaker Jakrawal Nilthamrong  

14/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

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 | BRIFF 2021

Bianca Stigter  • Director of Three Minutes - A Lengthening

Interview: Bianca Stigter • Director of Three Minutes - A Lengthening

"I got the chance to pay my respects to all the people that we see in the movie"

VENICE 2021: The Dutch historian uses an amateur clip lasting three minutes, filmed in 1938 in a Jewish town in Poland, as her starting point to craft a work with a strong emotional impact  

08/09 | Venice 2021 | Giornate degli Autori

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 | BRIFF 2021

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