BRUSSELS -- A bleak trio of films won kudos at this year's Rotterdam Film Festival, with themes ranging from paranoia in Iran to neo-fascist violence in Slovakia. The only laffer among the Tiger…
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BRUSSELS -- Amsterdam's Cinekid fest has singled-out mobile applications as the focus for its professional program, running Oct. 23-26.
BRUSSELS -- Fifteen features compete for film and music kudos at the 39th Ghent Film Festival, which begins Oct. 9.
BRUSSELS -- Luxembourg has decided not to enter a film in the race for the foreign language Oscar.
BRUSSELS -- Joachim Lafosse's drama "Our Children" has been chosen to represent Belgium in the race for the foreign-language Oscar.
BRUSSELS -- Children's drama "Kauwboy" has been selected as the Netherlands' candidate in the race for foreign language Oscar.
The Ghent Film Festival absorbed a shock in April when a panel charged with assessing its artistic merit delivered a thumbs-down, wounding its pride and threatened its funding.