“The essence of cinema is editing. It’s the combination of what can be extraordinary images of people during emotional moments, or images in a general sense, put together in a kind of alchemy.” -Francis Ford Coppola
The Arab Spring forces Tunisian Nazir, married to the pregnant Dutch hairdresser Kimmy, to escape to Europe, but he ends up in Lampedusa, imprisoned as an illegal refugee. RAFAËL is a romantic drama about two lovers giving everything they have, just to be reunited for the birth of their son Rafaël. It is a suspenseful story about borders, dreams, perseverance and love-transcending bureaucracy, borders and even prison walls.
directed by Ben Sombogaart
produced by Rinkel Film
Animas (the other side)
This time, horror comes from the other side.
written and directed by Laura Alvea and José F. Ortuno
produced by La Claqueta
A Punk Daydream
A portrait of the largest Muslim Punk community in the world, as seen through the eyes of Punk teenagers, in relation to the extreme social, environmental and political environment they live in.
written and directed by Jimmy Hendrickx
produced by Harald House
Sinterklaas en de Wakkere Nachten
One of the many adventures of Sinterklaas…
directed by Stijn Coninx
produced by Sylvester Productions
After Jonathan has been released of prison, he returns to his mother in a small house. His good intentions are soon put to the test when a young girl comes to live next to him.
written and directed by Patrice Toye
produced by Prime Time
The Barefoot Emperor
After King of the Belgians comes The Barefoot Emperor…
written and directed by Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth
produced by Bo Films