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2062 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 20/04/2021.

Review: Atlas

Review: Atlas

Niccolò Castelli’s new feature film speaks of the difficulties involved in piecing a deeply traumatised character back together  

21/01 | Solothurn 2021

First film adaptation of the novel Allah Is Not Obliged in the works

First film adaptation of the novel Allah Is Not Obliged in the works

Zaven Najjar’s animated road movie will teeter between drama and black comedy, telling an epic tale akin to Kirikou and the Sorceress and oozing Persepolis-like satire  

15/01 | Production | Funding | France/Luxembourg/Belgium

Christian Thomas  • Distributor, Imagine Film

Interview: Christian Thomas • Distributor, Imagine Film

“Auteur cinema is about films that are not ready-made products”

We talked to the distributor about the landscape of film distribution in Belgium and the Netherlands, the strategy of his company, and the impact of the pandemic  

07/01 | /Belgium/Netherlands

Virginie Nouvelle  • General Manager, Wallimage

Interview: Virginie Nouvelle • General Manager, Wallimage

“We need to demonstrate a certain degree of flexibility in order to meet the needs of our new partners, while continuing to work with independent producers”

We met with the new General Manager of Wallimage Virginie Nouvelle  

24/12/2020 | /Belgium

Bérangère Mc Neese • Director of Matriochkas

Interview: Bérangère Mc Neese • Director of Matriochkas

“Being a tributary of other people’s gaze and desire is a very difficult thing. I also wanted to push myself”

Cineuropa chats with the young Belgian actress and filmmaker Bérangère Mc Neese, the director of the short work Matriochkas which has been pre-selected for the 2021 Césars  

09/12/2020 | /Belgium

Gérard Depardieu and Déborah Lukumuena are finishing filming Robuste

Gérard Depardieu and Déborah Lukumuena are finishing filming Robuste

The duo lead the cast of Constance Meyer’s first feature film, a Dharamsala production set to be sold worldwide by Indie Sales, which is soon to wrap filming  

07/12/2020 | Production | Funding | France/Belgium

Emmanuelle Nicot, Julie Esparbes and Delphine Schmit • Director and producers of Dalva

Interview: Emmanuelle Nicot, Julie Esparbes and Delphine Schmit • Director and producers of Dalva

“The MIA Market gave us both the confidence and the energy to follow through with the next steps”

The winners of the Eurimages Co-production Development Award at the MIA Market, Emmanuelle Nicot, Julie Esparbes and Delphine Schmit, discuss their winning project, Dalva  

04/12/2020 | MIA 2020

Review: Arica

Review: Arica

How did a Swedish mining giant destroy thousands of lives in a Chilean desert town? The answer is in Lars Edman and William Johansson Kalén's new documentary  

01/12/2020 | IDFA 2020

Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

Interview: Renzo Martens • Director of White Cube

“My goal was not to paint another portrait of how things can not work, but how, despite everything, they possibly can”

We talked to Dutch artist and director Renzo Martens about his film White Cube, which premiered at IDFA  

01/12/2020 | IDFA 2020

Henrik Ruben Genz • Director of Erna at War

Interview: Henrik Ruben Genz • Director of Erna at War

“When I read the book, I immediately felt that it was a strong concept, a very unique idea”

Cineuropa chatted to Henrik Ruben Genz, helmer of the Danish-Estonian-Belgian war drama Erna at War, which world-premiered at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival  

30/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | Competition

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