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2436 articles available in total starting from 10/06/2002. Last article published on 17/05/2022.

Jan Bucquoy • Director of The Last Temptation of the Belgians

Interview: Jan Bucquoy • Director of The Last Temptation of the Belgians

“My film is a counter-attack against our tragic fate”

The unclassifiable and iconoclastic artist, filmmaker, poet provocateur and agitator is offering up the 3rd instalment of his cinematic autobiography which is deeply rooted in Belgium  

02/02 | /Belgium

Review: The Last Temptation of the Belgians

Review: The Last Temptation of the Belgians

Unpredictable director Jan Bucquoy adds the final touch to his autobiography, following on from La Vie Sexuelle des Belges and Camping Cosmos, in the form of a drama flirting with humour  

01/02 | Films | Reviews | Belgium

Review: The Island

Review: The Island

Anca Damian revisits the meeting of Robinson Crusoe and Friday in a lavish, political, symbolic and poetic animated work. A contemporary and timeless visual whirlwind  

28/01 | IFFR 2022 | Big Screen Competition

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale Generation title Kind Hearts

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale Generation title Kind Hearts

Olivia Rochette and Gerard-Jan Claes’s documentary follows a young Belgian couple facing a year rife with change  

27/01 | Berlinale 2022 | Generation

Thierry Michel  • Director of Empire of Silence

Interview: Thierry Michel • Director of Empire of Silence

"We can’t just stand back and watch forever, without saying or doing anything"

The director uses his documentary to look back on 25 years of war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the blind eye and deaf ear turned by the international community  

19/01 | /Belgium

Review: Empire of Silence

Review: Empire of Silence

Thierry Michel looks back on a drama which has lasted almost 30 years, unfolding in one of the richest countries in the world whose people are one of the poorest  

18/01 | Films | Reviews | Belgium

Susanna Nicchiarelli is shooting Chiara

Susanna Nicchiarelli is shooting Chiara

The biopic about Saint Clare of Assisi, starring Margherita Mazzucco and produced by Vivo Film and Tarantula, concludes the trilogy which began with Nico, 1988 and Miss Marx  

12/01 | Production | Funding | Italy/Belgium

Ramdam unveils a programme brimming with Belgian premieres

Ramdam unveils a programme brimming with Belgian premieres

Despite all the doubts hovering over the process of organising the festival, it’s back this year, unspooling from 15-25 January in Tournai  

11/01 | Festivals | Awards | Belgium

Anissa Bonnefont is wrapping filming on La Maison

Anissa Bonnefont is wrapping filming on La Maison

Ana Girardot, Aure Atika, Rossy de Palma, Yannick Rénier and Philipe Rebbot star in the cast of the director’s first fiction feature, produced by Radar Films  

10/01 | Production | Funding | France/Belgium

EXCLUSIVE: Davy Chou’s All the People I’ll Never Be is now in post-production

EXCLUSIVE: Davy Chou’s All the People I’ll Never Be is now in post-production

The new feature film by the director of Diamond Island is produced by Aurora Films, together with Vanderstic and Frakas  

20/12/2021 | Production | Funding | France/Germany/Belgium

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