Vesper is a science fiction film directed by Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper, starring Raffiella Chapman, Eddie Marsan, Rosie McEwen and Richard Brake. Set in a bleak post-apocalyptic Earth, it follows a 13-year old girl named Vesper, skilled in bio-hacking. After the collapse of Earth's ecosystem, Vesper, struggling to survive with her Father, must use her wits, strength, and bio-hacking abilities to fight for the future.
"No Dogs or Italians Allowed" is an animation film directed by Alain Ughetto, a film of testimony, but above all, a film of love. No Dogs or Italians Allowed won the European Animated Feature Film Award 2022, The Annecy Jury Award 2022, and The Annecy Gan Foundation Award.
Houria is a gifted dancer with dreams of joining the Algerian National Ballet. To make ends meet, she works as a cleaning lady during the day and bets in clandestine fights overnight. After winning a final, Houria is assaulted by Ali, who is determined to get his money back.
A police duo get caught up in a world of crime, drugs and corruption. A commissioner and a chief inspector are losing control on the situation as they end up being on the wrong side of the law. In a conflict with drug dealers and convicts it seems that their realities are becoming more of a bigger problem.
Megalomaniac is a feature film inspired by Belgium’s real life and terrifying Butcher of Mons. The film from Golden Méliès-winning writer/director Karim Ouelhaj, premiered at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, examines the tragic events that can turn a man into a monster and victim into executioner.
Attraction won the Best Foreign French Fiction Award at La Rochelle Fiction Festival. Director Indra Siera (Prof T, War of the Worlds) gives this series an elegant side that contrasts with the tense and cold appearance of domestic thrillers. Don't miss out on this intriguing thriller tinged with dark humour!
Catching the Pirate King is a three part documentary series that tells the unlikely tale of a hijacking of a Belgian vessel in front of the Somali coast. The series is nominated in the official competition for the Grand Prix for International Documentary of the FIPADOC - International Documentary Festival!
If you were to design your dream house now that you're at the end of your life, what would it look like? This question from the filmmaker to her father, retired architect Karlhans Pfleiderer, is the starting point of Das Retirée or the last house of my father.
Ten-ten, Cai-cai is a tactile and magical realistic documentary that tells the stories of people from different generations, living in isolated catholic communities on Chiloé, a mysterious island where the threat of the elements and the fight between land and sea is everlasting and where daily life is influenced by a very strong belief in mythical stories, legends and supernatural powers.
We made a new motion design & vfx reel, full of in-house designed graphics, titles, posters and illustrations.
Embrasse le passé, il n’existe plus. This clip is Danny Willems' tribute to his dearest and loyal friend, Arno. The streets of Opex, also known as the lighthouse district, harbour the very roots of Arno’s identity - they are the place where his parents grew up and where his maternal grandparents ran a folksy, well-loved cafe.
Annette opened the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival and Leos Carax won the award for Best Director! Starring Marion Cottilard, Adam Driver and Simon Helberg in the leading roles. We are proud to have collaborated on this wonderful project!
Nelly and Nadine is the unlikely love story between two women falling in love on Christmas Eve, 1944, in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. For many years their relationship was kept a secret.
A response to rising antisemitism, Israeli director Ari Folman's animated film of Anne Frank's diary and life also addresses the struggles of young refugees today.
Online creators Céline and Michiel want to celebrate their 500th video with a music video together with Pat Krimson and Loredana. But something goes wrong when Céline accidentally ends up back in the '90's while testing a new VR-headset.
November 1944, winter is coming. In the Southwest of the Netherlands, tens of thousands of Allied and German soldiers are engaged in The Battle of the Scheldt. In this epic feature, the Wehrmacht versus the resistance, crashing gliders and quite a bit of mud turn into a cinematographic beauty.
In four episodes, back in the archives on the appalling "Dutroux affair", which in the mid-1990s aroused the excitement and then the anger of the Belgian people in the face of the dysfunctions of justice.
The testimonies of the survivors of an infamous series of child abductions, rapes and murders by the serial predator Marc Dutroux and his accomplices in Belgium during the 1990s. The documentary is selected for the Outstanding Hot Docs Film festival 2022.
Belgian writer, director, and actor Bouli Lanners’ latest is an engrossing drama about one man’s amnesia and the love story that rewrites his past. The feature film won the Grand Prix du Jury at La Roche-sur-Yon International Film Festival, Best Cinematography at Film Fest Oostende, Best Actor and Best Actress at the Chicago International Film Festival!
The new documentary of Eva Küpper starring the blind motorcyclist Ben Felten in a spine-tingling adventure trying to break a world blind landspeed record. Salty lakes, shiny bikes, and lots of dust ! Love it, wait until you see it!
Animals, directed by Nabil Ben Yadir, premiered at the Ghent Film Festival and was in competition at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. Based on the true story of a young gay muslim man who suffered a brutal attack in 2012, a violent chronicle of Belgium's first official homophobic murder.
Marie and Juliette quit their teaching jobs to open La Petite Ecole in the heart of Brussels where children, without former schooling and often exiled, are welcomed. This film walks us through their efforts and research and thereby forces us to see the schooling system as a possible perpetuator of oppression that affects us all.
The series No Man’s Land tells the story of the Syrian civil war through the eyes of Antoine, a young French man, in search for his estranged, presumed-to-be-dead sister.
Into the Night is a Belgian apocalyptic sci-fi drama thriller series created by Jason George, inspired by the 2015 Polish science fiction novel The Old Axolotl by Jacek Dukaj. In the second season, the remaining survivors secure their path to a NATO bunker, where they seek refuge from the deadly rays of the sun. Continuing their quest of survival with the military members in the bunker, they attempt to manage a burgeoning conflict and find a solution to the diminished supply of resources.
For centuries the inhabitants of the Icelandic village Vík í Mýrdal maintained a mystique relationship with the nearby volcano 'Katla'. Today the tide reserved; the volcano is used as a lure for tourists and creates economic prosperity. In the villagers' search for wealth, they gradually become strangers in their own habitat.
Two young girls, partners in crime, walk into an uncertain future. Mathilde is 10 years old. She is a young, rough drifter and a connoisseur of 90s pop ballads. She walks along a deserted road with no beginning or end. She is accompanied by Daniëlle, her partner in crime. Both are waiting for tomorrow, a day their dreams might come true.
A fresh, bold and colourful leader for production company Sputnik.
Tragicomic web series about best friends Flo and Isa. The twenty-somethings spend a lot of time in the bathroom, where they really get to know themselves and occasionally others.
A film about death and grieving, created with children, for children. Beyond the Stars is a short documentary for children in which certain questions and ideas they might have about death are discussed with a much older generation, for whom death doesn’t seem so far away. Through this dialogue, the film creates a safe space in which kids can find answers to questions about sensitive issues such as grief and physical loss.
A documentary about social isolation and the disappearance of a generation of small independent shops in Flanders. For almost three decades, a ringing bell on the door was the soundtrack to their lives. Only on Sundays it was quiet. Some of them died, but others still stand behind the same shop counters.
An intimate portrait of two young boys growing up together, this documentary explores the world through their eyes. What Makes Us Boys is a story about childhood and, most importantly, brotherhood.
This tragicomic fiction series focuses on ten obese men and women, who want to improve their lives and therefore participate in the 'Albatros' slimming camp in the Ardennes.
Paloma Sermon Daï tells the story of her brother and mother, an indestructible duo. She tackles the issue of addiction, a terrible and vastly underfunded affliction, through the prism of this love story between a mother and her son.
A ridiculed French woman in Vienna seeks to avenge her honor while concealing her efforts from the bourgeois community of fellow expatriates, where lies and slander reign.
Annapolis, Giant City is a documentary about the direct relation between architecture & urban design, and the people living in it.
Into the night is the first Belgian Netflix original series. The show centers around the ‘lucky’ passengers and crew of an overnight flight out of Brussels, as they attempt to fly west — into the safety of the dark night.
A mini-series showing Europe's migration crisis from various perspectives: behind the doors of Brussel's European Commission, private security, the daily lives of refugees and the reactions of our society.
Kate and Matt are in search of a more authentic and healthy life. They leave the City to move into an old house in the middle of nowhere, but soon they'll discover that the house has secrets...
Belgium’s most popular web-series about the daily life of a group of teenagers in and around high school.