Where to find Belgian offerings


“Le Silence de Lorna”
(Lorna’s Silence)
Directors: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
In order to become a Belgian citizen, a young Albanian woman gets mixed up in a plot involving sham marriages, murder and the mob.
Sales: Celluloid Dreams


“Le Sel de la mer”
(Salt of This Sea)
Director: Annemarie Jacir
A 24-year-old Palestinian girl raised in New York dreams of visiting her homeland to collect an inheritance, but things are not as she imagined.
Sales: Pyramide Intl.


“Et dans mon coeur j’emporterai “
(And I’ll Keep in My Heart)
Director: Sung-A Yoon
After wandering the streets of Brussels, a young man spends the evening in a Korean karaoke bar with a bunch of drunk strangers.
Sales: La Big Family


Director: Bouli Lanners
When Yvan catches someone breaking into his house, rather than turning him in, he tags along for a roadtrip in the burglar’s classic Cadillac.
Sales: Films Distribution

“Eleve libre”
(Private Lessons)
Director: Joachim Lafosse
When a teenage tennis player gets kicked out of school, he completes his studies with the help of an older friend with questionable motives.
Sales: Films Distribution

“Les Bureaux de Dieu”
(God’s Offices)
Director: Claire Simon
A day in the life of a Planned Parenthood office touches on wide-ranging issues as patients played by nonprofessional actresses share their concerns.
Sales: Films Distribution/Films Boutique


“Aanrijding in Moscou”
(Moscow, Belgium)
Director: Christophe Van Rompaey
Married-with-children Matty bends fenders with a truck driver in a supermarket parking lot, jump-starting an affair neither driver expected.
Sales: Bavaria Films Intl.

Director: Gregory Lecocq
An African stowaway sneaks from Tangiers to Brussels in a baggage compartment, but when the bus stops, another passenger climbs aboard.
Sales: La Big Family

Director: Ursula Meier
Isabelle Huppert and Olivier Gourmet play a couple who enjoy their isolation until construction picks up on an abandoned highway nearby.
Sales: Memento Films

Directors: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon
Country schoolteachers Dom and Fiona love Latin dancing, but their hobby is cut short after a nasty car accident on the way home from a dance competition.
Sales: MK2


“Artefacts” (dir. Giles Daoust, Emmanuel Jespers)

“Comme a Ostende” (dir. Delphine Lehericey)

“Formidable” (dir. Dominique Standaert)

“I Am From Titov Veles” (dir. Teona Strugar Mitevska)

“JCVD” (dir. Mabrouk El Mechri)

“Khalass” (dir. Borhane Alaouie)

“Let’s Make a Movie” (dir. Pascal Adant) 

“La Monique de Joseph” (dir. Damien Chemin)

“Sur le mont Josaphat” (dir. Jean-Marc Vervoort)

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