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1076 articles available in total starting from 19/03/2008. Last article published on 23/09/2020.

Another Round to open Film Fest Gent

Another Round to open Film Fest Gent

The festival is set to go ahead, come what may, and flaunts a tantalising programme toplined by the new, Cannes 2020-approved Thomas Vinterberg title and Venice’s Golden Lion victor Nomadland  

23/09 | Ghent 2020

French works boast a strong presence at the Namur Film Festival

French works boast a strong presence at the Namur Film Festival

The 25th edition of the International French-Language Film Festival will unspool from 2-9 October, graced by a fine selection of titles bearing the Cannes 2020 label  

23/09 | Namur 2020

The curtain falls on the 3rd Brussels International Film Festival

The curtain falls on the 3rd Brussels International Film Festival

Postponed to autumn, the Festival’s 3rd edition drew to a close this weekend, notably awarding prizes to Babyteeth, Electric Swan and Saint-Nicolas est socialiste  

14/09 | BRIFF 2020 | Awards

Review: Hunted

Review: Hunted

Vincent Paronnaud devises a primitive fairy tale that’s both slasher film and survival story, delivering a gripping reversal of roles and genres  

08/09 | BRIFF 2020

Lucas Belvaux • Director of Home Front

Interview: Lucas Belvaux • Director of Home Front

“It’s a film about the wounds of war rather than the war itself”

Lucas Belvaux talks to us about his latest film, Home Front, showing at the Angouleme Francophone Film Festival and opening the Brussels International Film Festival  

05/09 | BRIFF 2020

Review: Home Front

Review: Home Front

Lucas Belvaux delivers a moving polyphonic story, giving back their voice to an entire generation of French men, those who were 20 years old in Algeria  

31/08 | Angouleme 2020

François Pirot prepares La Vie dans les bois

François Pirot prepares La Vie dans les bois

Filming is coming up for the second feature-length fiction film by the Belgian director, which will bring together Jérémie Renier, Suzanne Clément and Jean-Luc Bideau  

25/08 | Production | Funding | Belgium/Luxembourg/Switzerland/France

Three new TV series filming for the RTBF

Three new TV series filming for the RTBF

Belgian public television starts filming on Baraki, its first 26’ format series, Coyotes and Pandore, as post-production on Unseen is wrapping up  

24/08 | Production | Funding | Belgium

Giordano Gederlini shoots Entre la vie et la mort

Giordano Gederlini shoots Entre la vie et la mort

The director begins filming his second feature, the bloody journey of a Brussels subway driver, starring Antonio de la Torre and Marine Vacth  

19/08 | Production | Funding | Belgium/France/Spain

Review: Isn’t She Lovely?

Review: Isn’t She Lovely?

Solange Cicurel returns with a family comedy on the theme of adolescence which should appeal to parents and youngsters alike  

22/07 | Films | Reviews | Belgium/France

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