Korean culture has made spectacular strides over the past decade, gaining ground with the Western masses thanks to Oscar-winning films like Parasite, immensely popular K-pop and captivating series like The Squid Game. So thanks for waiting, the 11th edition is fast approaching! This year's festival kicks off in Brussels on September 28 and runs until October 5. 15 classic and never-before-seen films will be screened.
The film will be introduced to the audience by representatives of the Sámi community.
After the screening, guests are welcome to attend a drinks reception at the cinema. The event is free of charge, and registration will open two weeks prior to the event.
This film screening is organized by The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux, The Embassy of Finland, tThe Finnish Presidency of the Barents Euro-Arctic Council 2021-2023, and Sámediggi - the Sámi Parliament.
The festival that cultivates a fairer world.
A selection of Belgian and international films (documentaries, dramas, animated films, short films), committed debates, screenings for young audiences, friendly encounters, festive moments and concerts about the challenges of food and agriculture in the world!
An initiative by the NGO Humundi, in collaboration with a number of partners, to work together to reinvent our food systems and propose concrete, fair and sustainable solutions for the planet.
A screening programmed by Le p'tit ciné, in collaboration with Cinéma Galeries and Kinolatino.
This screening is part of the "Nunca Más" series, organised by LPC around the memory of dictatorships in the Southern Cone.
Free breakfast from 9:40
From October 22nd to December 17th, 2023, Cinema Galeries, in partnership with the Korean Cultural Center, offers you an exhibition and a retrospective of the work of director Park Chan-wook, on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of Old Boy.
This year marks the 17th edition of the Filem'On international film festival for young audiences, which runs from 25 October to 4 November 2023. As it does every year, the festival is presenting unique and previously unreleased films to families and associations in a number of cinemas and cultural centres in Brussels.