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Thanks to the use of new technology, unedited rushes and interviews in Ostend of this great American singer were used to make “Remember Marvin Gaye” a poignant and exceptional testimony on this genius of Rhythm and Blues music, who died tragically at the age of 44.
A legend always starts with a dream ... Produced and directed by Álex de la Iglesia, "Messi" traces the rise of the Argentine prodigy nicknamed "Pulga", his beginnings in Rosario and his importance in the history of football. A docu-fiction mixing archival images and reconstruction sequences. Contains interviews with famous players: Johan Cruyff, Andrès Iniesta, Diego Maradona ...
Pro or anti nuclear power? And what if the question laid elsewhere? Essential opinions are missing from this debate, that of nuclear energy workers. Our safety is in their hands. This film gives them a voice.
Sunday, 1st Dec. 1805: It’s the eve of one of the most famous battles in history. The Battle of Austerlitz is considered by all military academies as one of the greatest victories in the history of warfare, the purest demonstration of Napoleon’s military talent...
Is Belgium a sick country? Manu Bonmariage puts these questions to a host of political figureheads, in the aim of drawing out their personal comments on the Belgian political dead-end that has made headlines around the world for months.
"Campo Santo" speaks of the mourning for the motherland. The film backtracks the earlier train trip made by the director’s own parents: Liege–Estanatoglia, and thus shows the effects on the village’s population where many, unable to find work there, have left for greener pastures and where, today, there are new employment opportunities that the Italian workforce cannot meet.
Generation after generation, my family took care of a small grove planted above an ancient closed down coalmine pit in the Borinage region. Learning my father is incurably ill, in order to better understand what my connections are to the story of his life, I go looking for images. Multiplying media, translating impressions, I return freely to the family’s origins.
Her name was Rachel Corrie. She was 23 years old. She arrived in Palestine believing that her American citizenship would suffice to make her an effective human shield to save lives, olive trees, wells, and houses. But Rachel was crushed by a bulldozer on March 16, 2003 in the Gaza Strip.
As part of the cultural year in 2007, la Rotonde2, old steam locomotive shop and bus repair shop, has found a new vocation as the first cultural center in Luxembourg exclusively dedicated to young audiences. La Rotonde2 hosted for a year a multitude of projects: dance, theater, exhibitions, workshops and concerts. This documentary follows a year of creation and discoveries.
A sight. A space. We are in Mesnil-Eglise, Belgium. A village like a world, where mingle personalities, ideas and cultures... Where one tries to respect the ground and those who live on it. A village slightly isolated from the world and its wild ride, but whose inhabitants are struggling with the same problems anyone is: children, work, car, happiness.
In Luxembourg, 14 out of 100 inhabitants are Portuguese, but who would have guessed it? Why is such a large immigrant community so poorly connected? What are the rules governing this behaviour? How do the contours of identity take shape?
"Cinema, Mon Amour" follows the story of Viktor Purice - manager, former projectionist and lifetime cinephile and his two loyal employees, Cornelia & Lorena, in their everyday battle to preserve Dacia Panoramic Cinema in Piatra Neamt - one of the last remaining cinemas in Romania today.
With 300 boarders, the "Weilerbach" is Luxembourg's biggest asylum seekers' home. The film follows three families over a period of three years, in their quest for a permit to stay, and through the despairing monotony of waiting, in the hope, that one day, a miracle will happen.
The story of writer Charles Bukowski's formative years from childhood to high school and his struggles with an abusive father, disfiguring acne, alcohol addiction, and his initial attempts at writing.
Oualata, a red city on the far edge of the Sahara desert. In this haven, frail rampart against the sand, three women practice traditional painting, they decorate the walls of the city. These women unreservedly express themselves and comment freely on the relationship between men and women.
12 wonderful, funny, tragic and crazy satirical cartoonists from around the world defend democracy with a single weapon, a pencil, at the risk of their own lives. They come from France, Tunisia, Russia, America, Burkina-Faso, China, Algeria, the Ivory Coast, Venuzuela, Israel and Palestine.
Five people tell about their personal stories and their homosexuality. These are tales of self-discovery, sensuality, fear, sexuality, difference, love... One remembers her first teenager sensual emotions, another relates his initial difficulty to recognise himself as homosexual, another one tells about his happiness to find out about his sexual orientation thanks to a deep and long-lasting love.
The film traces the main life events of Luxembourg artist Auguste Trémont and traces 60 years of active creation. It also tries to address question, more than 25 years after his death, what place his work occupies in the canon today, both within and without the borders of Luxembourg.
In 1903, Auguste De Winne wrote À travers les Flandres. 100 years later, Pascal Verbeken and Luckas Vander Taelen cross the countryside of "Brabant Wallon". For Wallonie, last decades have been very hard. What happened in this region that used to be so calm and relaxing ?
In the early 90s two young men discover the influence of lobbying in Brussels. One becomes the leading lobby-watchdog, the other one a top lobbyist on world trade issues. By following one's investigations and the other's career this film takes us on a journey into the corridors of power of the biggest economy on earth - the European Union.
Through the story of a wheat harvest, between import and export, the film crosses the destinies of very different farmers in the North – France and Belgium – and in the South-Bolivia, Venezuela, Columbia.
A cinematographic adaptation of the dance performance by Ann Van den Broek. A dance performance about subjects such as feminity, desire, beauty. It was filmed by the British director Mike Figgis ("Leaving Las Vegas", "Timecode",...).
Knokke le Zoute seems like a perfect city... Between its royal gold club, luxury stores in Avenue of Littoral, everything seems enchanting. Although making just an easy critic about the city, this documentary truly shows that some people have certain doubts about those perfect criteria...
« One day, when I was little, I asked to my grandmother to show me pictures of my grandfather and she told me she never keeps anything from someone she hates ». I know one thing from my grandpa : he was violent and an alcoholic. At 27 years old, I decided to ask my father how he was...
In a boarding school, 7 teenagers are full of questions about their story, their links, their desires. They will find answers in full freedom. Between movie and documentary, this was co-written with these teenagers.
In Belgium, France and in most Europe countries, giving birth has to be handed by specialists and has to take place in a hospital. Is it possible today, when everything is good for the kid and the mother, to give birth without an intervention of a professional?
Bruxelles, 2007. Manon, 32 years old, qualified, searching for a job. From contracts to contracts, she discovers the world of work, of unemployment and professional precariousness. Yet, far from discourage herself, she wants to find blooming in work and she refuses to see unemployment as fate.