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2481 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 27/06/2022.

Review: Le Voyage de Talia

Review: Le Voyage de Talia

Christophe Rolin delivers a classic yet moving debut feature film, charting the initiatory journey of a young Belgian of African descent who sets off in search of herself to her parents’ homeland  

27/06 | BRIFF 2022

Review: Krump

Review: Krump

Cédric Bourgeois offers up a first feature film oscillating between dark comedy and nihilist crime movie, following the rickety adventures of a small-town thief who’s not cut out for crime  

27/06 | BRIFF 2022

Ahead of its Karlovy Vary premiere, Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper disclose more details about Vesper

Ahead of its Karlovy Vary premiere, Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper disclose more details about Vesper

The French-Lithuanian sci-fi drama is set after the collapse of the Earth’s ecosystem and follows Vesper, a 13-year-old girl struggling to survive with her paralysed father  

27/06 | Production | Funding | France/Belgium/Lithuania

Review: On the Edge

Review: On the Edge

Giordano Gederlini delivers a noir, even desperate thriller, in a nocturnal Brussels, where men no longer want to fight but are forced to  

27/06 | BRIFF 2022

Studiocanal acquires Dutch FilmWorks

Studiocanal acquires Dutch FilmWorks

The French giant has bought a majority stake in the Dutch production and distribution outfit operating in the Benelux region  

23/06 | Industry | Market | France/Belgium/Netherlands/Luxembourg

Ann Sirot and Raphaël Balboni are shooting Le Syndrome des Amours Passées

Ann Sirot and Raphaël Balboni are shooting Le Syndrome des Amours Passées

The Belgian directorial duo kicked off filming on their second feature a few days ago, following in the footsteps of Madly in Life  

21/06 | Production | Funding | Belgium/France

Jérôme Vandewattyne is shooting a “UFO”, The Belgian Wave

Jérôme Vandewattyne is shooting a “UFO”, The Belgian Wave

The young Belgian director who turned heads with his decidedly off-beat, self-produced movie Spit’n’Split is currently filming his latest work  

17/06 | Production | Funding | Belgium

Review: Yuku and the Flower of the Himalayas

Review: Yuku and the Flower of the Himalayas

Arnaud Demuynck and Rémi Durin take on the challenge of enticing younger audiences towards a long-format film by way of a story of friendship which proves enchanting on more than one level  

17/06 | Annecy 2022

Alain Ughetto • Director of No Dogs or Italians Allowed

Interview: Alain Ughetto • Director of No Dogs or Italians Allowed

"Stop-motion animation is nothing like cartoons"

The French filmmaker discusses his highly original second feature film telling the story of a family of Italian migrants, and his approach to stop-motion animation  

17/06 | Annecy 2022

Review: Nayola

Review: Nayola

This fascinating first animated feature film of Portuguese initiative is a remarkable showcase for the abundant artistic talent of filmmaker José Miguel Ribeiro  

16/06 | Annecy 2022

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