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.
Roadtripping zonder Jack through the belly of the States from Miami to Seattle in an eighties Chevrolet!
This historical series tells the story of Jan De Lichte, a gang leader who caused trouble in and around Aalst in the 18th century. Now streaming on Netflix and Streamz!
Er was eens / Once upon a Time is an impressive six-episode documentary series about the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS) and a sneak peak of the scientists who work there.
It was an honour to create a contemporary photographic painting of Bruegel’s lost season. The installation is exhibited in Bokrijk, and here's an exclusive look behind the scenes.
Time freezing trailer directed by Filip Lenaerts, to announce the new spring 2020 season of national broadcaster "één".
A beautiful documentary directed by Joost Wynant, Louis Pons and Maarten Fabricio Goffin, about African football players searching for a club in Europe.
In this psychological thriller directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse a sudden tragedy uproots the lives of two women and their families, and they begin to question the relationships they once held so dear…
In the early 1930's, Paula Maxa is the Parisian Grand Guignol theatre's leading lady, famous for being murdered on stage every day. But is there a link between the theatre and a series of gruesome real-life murders?
Beautiful images in this stylish recruitment ad for Defensie / La Défence produced by Dark Horse !
A breathless documentary about the struggle of individuals living in the ruins of the asbestos industry.
During the gold rush in 1850 in the far west, the Sister Brothers are in charge of finding Herman Kermit Warm. This Western film was a box office bomb, and won 10 awards and 23 nominations at several film festivals worldwide!
Europe, 1889: the Heirs of the five remaining vampire clans in Europe are brought together on the ship The Elisabetha to attend the newly created vampire school.
Cool campaigns to promote the new season of top films and series on BeTV.
Ceres is a poetic yet realistic documentary that follows four children as they experience the natural cycle of life on a farm.
Logo design and animation for fiction and documentaire production company Fontana.
Keita is a 8-year old boy from a Belgian-Japanese family. During the summer break, he spends two weeks with his grandparents at the Flemish countryside. They are put to the test when they are forced to live under the same roof.
With their short movie The Allegory of the Jar, directors duo Ruth Mellaerts & Boris Kuijpers won the price of the jury and the price of the public on the international Shortfilmfestival of Leuven in 2015. This year they are back with The Day the Dogs Disappeared.
Rollercoasters, elephants and idyllic carousels… come and have a look ! A new commercial spot for the theme park Bellewaerde.
National broadcaster één launches a new campaign against cancer.
Guns, fast cars and bull rides, a new trailer directed by Robin van Bambost to announce the new cinema Canvas season.