World Premiere : Notes from Brussels (followed by a Q&A with the director and cast) – Cinema Galeries

World Premiere : Notes from Brussels (followed by a Q&A with the director and cast)

Directed byNadine van Loon

World Premiere : Notes from Brussels (followed by a Q&A with the director and cast)

Directed byNadine van Loon
  • SUBTITLES EN
  • Duration 79
  • Prices 10.00 €
  • Moderator ticket Article 27, Arsène 50
  • Abonnement Carte 5 places, UGC Unlimited
  • CST

Introducing

‘Notes from Brussels’ shows the human face behind the ‘Brussels bubble’. The documentary interweaves three intimate portraits of women in different phases of their life; a young French political assistant in the European Parliament, a Polish trade journalist and a German top EU official. The film “allows you to pause and reflect, together with the main characters, on more fundamental questions”.

Synopsis

What sacrifices are we willing to make to maintain our trajectory career? What choices would we reconsider in hindsight? Nadine van Loon’s ‘Notes from Brussels’ follows three women and their drive to keep ahead in Brussels’ fast-paced institutions as they pursue their European dream.

Introducing

‘Notes from Brussels’ shows the human face behind the ‘Brussels bubble’. The documentary interweaves three intimate portraits of women in different phases of their life; a young French political assistant in the European Parliament, a Polish trade journalist and a German top EU official. The film “allows you to pause and reflect, together with the main characters, on more fundamental questions”.

Synopsis

What sacrifices are we willing to make to maintain our trajectory career? What choices would we reconsider in hindsight? Nadine van Loon’s ‘Notes from Brussels’ follows three women and their drive to keep ahead in Brussels’ fast-paced institutions as they pursue their European dream.

Additional information

World Premiere 2/12  7 p.m : 10€ – SOLD OUT
Subsequent screenings 8/12 at 9 pm, 15/12 at 7pm and 22/12 at7 pm : regular tarifs (9€, 7€, 6,5€, 6€)
Screening on 15/12 followed by a Q & A with director Nadine van Loon and main character Beate Gminder.