“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


FORTRESS / Post-production

In a post-apocalyptic world, a young soldier embeds himself at an isolated frontier post where men wait in vain for an enemy to strike.

directed by Jessica Woodworth 

produced by Bo Films


SWEETIES / Post-production

Three young girls go to a campsite in the south of France. This summer it will happen, their first steps in love. But can the reality match their desires?

directed by Anneke de Lind van Wijngaarden and Natalie Bruijns

produced by Witfilm


THE BLIND / Post-production

On a rugged island in the middle of the ocean, a community of blind people lives in fear as they hear the distant waves breaking on the shore and the wind raging over their island. They think it’s part of a monster trying to keep them on the island. At night they feel a soft light falling on their eyes. They think it is their saviour who is looking for them. Yet they have waited for generations without anything happening. Until one day young Amin decides to take matters into his own hands.

directed by Michiel Robberecht

produced by KraterFilms


NOCTURNUS/ Post-production

(consulting editor)

Nocturnus takes you into the darkness. After all, night is not always a time, sometimes it can be a place. In the northernmost village of our planet, the sun doesn’t show itself during an entire winter. The villagers crawl close together and doze of into months of hibernation. This extraordinary phenomenon arouses the interest of some scientists… It’s the young doctoral student Olivia who first describes human hibernation. Immediately, the European Space Agency sends its most renowned sleep researcher: Noor. She has to find out whether Olivia’s scoop would enable distant space travel. Will both women succeed in shining their light on this enigmatic hibernation? Or does the collaboration falter and do they grope vainly in the dark?

directed/edited by Meltse Van Coillie & Harm Dens

produced by KraterFilms


MNK BOY / Pre-production

When his father decides to move back to Istanbul, 12-year-old Zeki feels trapped inside the posh gated community that is their new home.

directed by Mete Gümürhan

produced by Circe Films