The eclectic 9th edition of the Korean Film Festival 2021 will combine fiction, documentaries and thrillers, shorts and features, and several categories. Korean Film Today for the most recent films, Animazing Animation for animated films, and My Hidden Gems for "unclassifiable" gems, a section created to mark the 120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Belgium and Korea.
The international film festival for young audiences Filem’On is holding its 15th edition this year from October 27 until November 6, 2021. During 10 days, we’ll be showing unique films to schools, families and associations in various theaters and cultural houses of Brussels.
The Pink Screens festival aims to be a platform for the expression and discovery of those who like to disrupt normative representations and question binarities and boundaries, who denounce established boxes and who make alternative and/or minority genders and sexualities visible.
A documentary film festival about our territories, their imaginary, and those who inhabit and/or bring them to life. Every street corner is an opportunity to meet new ones.
A multifaceted festival, a place of various discoveries for those open to the surprises of the “cinéma du réel”.
The Brussels Short Film Festival is very happy to come back to the Brussels cinemas from August 28 to September 5, 2021 for a 24th edition which, as always, will have at heart to share the best of the short format with the public and professionals.
For this special "hors série" edition of our annual L'heure d'été festival, we will this year focus on multiple cinematographies: a cinematographic archipelago in various Brussels public open air spaces that we will take over for the occasion.
" Millenium rallume les (é)toiles du cinéma ! " Join us in the cinemas from 10 to 20 June to celebrate the reopening of the cinemas and watch a selection of films from the Festival together on the big screen.
From 4 to 21 March, the 2020 edition of the film festival L'HEURE D'HIVER, organised by CINEMA GALERIES, celebrate Tunis and Tunisian cinema. The festival was interrupted by the announcement of the closure of cultural venues from Friday 13 March 2020 following the COVID 19 pandemic.
Driven by the desire to open up genres and to offer a quality selection to a wide audience in an exceptional setting, CINÉMA GALERIES organizes for the seventh edition its festival L'heure d’été. In 2018, the city of Rio de Janeiro and Brazilian cinema will be honored.
For its new edition of its annual film festival l’HEURE D’HIVER, a focus on Iranian Cinema is proposed at the CINEMA GALERIES but also in other places in Brussels. It will be the opportunity to dive into the heart of Iranian cinema teeming with unique authors and filmmakers who question themselves more than ever about the world and people.
From July 6 to August 7, 2016, CINEMA GALERIES presents the fifth edition of its summer festival: L’Heure d’été. The festival highlights the cultural and linguistic diversity in the different works presented to the public, and the relationship that cinema has with foreign cultures.This year CINEMA GALERIES is proud to honor Madrid, heart of Spain.