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81 articles available in total starting from 07/10/2002. Last article published on 13/09/2021.

Magritte Awards shine spotlight on Belgian Francophone cinema

Magritte Awards shine spotlight on Belgian Francophone cinema

Beyond the controversy, the Magritte Awards above all shine a much-needed spotlight on Belgian Francophone film production of recent months. Behind the powerhouses and almost-sacred hits like The...  

14/01/2011 | Awards | Belgium

Magritte nominations announced amid controversy

Magritte nominations announced amid controversy

Nominations for the Magritte Film Awards, the first Belgian Francophone film awards, were announced against a backdrop of controversy. In an interview, French-speaking Belgian actress Cécile de...  

14/01/2011 | Awards | Belgium

Race is on for Magritte Awards

Race is on for Magritte Awards

It’s official: Belgian Francophone cinema will finally have its own awards. Since the Joseph Plateau Awards were discontinued in 2006, Belgian Francophone films have had to make do with taking a...  

01/10/2010 | Awards | Belgium

The Misfortunates triumphs at Flanders Film Awards

The Misfortunates triumphs at Flanders Film Awards

As expected, The Misfortunates swept up at the Flanders Film Awards ceremony on September 10. Very magnanimously, Felix Van Groeningen’s film contented itself with five prizes, even though it was...  

14/09/2010 | Awards | Belgium

The Misfortunates tops Flanders Film Awards nominations

The Misfortunates tops Flanders Film Awards nominations

Flemish cinema will be in the spotlight on September 10, when the first Flanders Film Awards will be presented at the Ostend Film Festival. It comes as no great surprise that Felix Van...  

17/08/2010 | Awards | Belgium

The Boat Race wins over Angers audiences

The 22nd Premiers Plans Film Festival in Angers has just closed, revealing the prize-winners chosen by its jury, presided by Belgium’s Lucas Belvaux. Although the jury gave top honours to Italian...  

01/02/2010 | Awards | Belgium

Belgian actresses triumph at Cesars

Belgian actresses had a great night at this year’s Cesar Awards, above all Yolande Moreau, who picked up Best Actress for her role in Séraphine, outshining Kristin Scott Thomas and Sylvie Testud....  

02/03/2009 | Awards | Belgium

Dardenne brothers scoop another award

Dardenne brothers scoop another award

The Dardenne brothers no longer need any introduction, and yet their latest film is, in a sense, radically different from their previous works. The directors set down their camera, or rather, let...  

26/05/2008 | Cannes 2008 | Awards/ Belgium

Second win for Khadak

The Minister for Culture, Youth and Sports for the Flemish Community, Bert Anciaux, presented Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth with the CultuurPrijs van Vlaanderen 2006 voor Film (2006 Flemish...  

08/02/2007 | Awards | Belgium

Belgians out to conquer Cesars

Although the Cesars awards ceremony, which will take place on February 24, will present a prize to the Best French Film of 2006, many of the nominations have Belgian connections. Aside from Rachid...  

30/01/2007 | Awards | Belgium

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