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.
Oliver Hermanus paints an intense portrait of a young White man as he confronts an extremely violent form of homophobia within an environment led by toxic masculinity. This film does not spare us from the murderous and sinister insanity of the infamous Apartheid regime.
With the appearance of Alison Bechdel (known for Fun Home, Dykes To Watch Out For, and Are You My Mother?) this documentary goes BAM! CRUNCH! RIP! TEAR! MMMH!, and tells of the magic of the 9th art as a pioneer of queer pop culture.
The director Tim Leyendekker, having found inspiration in the Banquet's discourse on love, has built his film in 7 parts, using a variety of narrative modes and philosophical, judicial and biological points of view to understand not only why men indulged in these abuses, but also why their victims returned to them despite their suspicions.
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.
La Civil' is an urgent, fictionalised portrait of the everyday reality of increased violence against civilians in Mexico and gives a voice to the many parents who are left orphaned. The poignant drama about a Mexican mother whose daughter is kidnapped by a drug cartel had its world premiere at the @festivaldecannes, where it won the #PrixduCourage.
A beautifully told and visually striking tale of friendship, love and courage. The fascinating narrative strikes the right balance between galvanising and touching moments and lighter, more humorous passages. In this way, The Wolf People appeals to both children and adults, and does so incredibly well.