It is easy to make the argument that with films such as Irréversible and Enter the Void, Gaspar Noé is the enfant terrible, par excellence of the 2000’s. His personal appearance, which resembles Anton LaVey channeling a 70’s porn star, does nothing to hide his cinematic intentions. So it should come as a surprise to no one that Noé’s first feature in six years made the audience at the premiere in Cannes lose their proverbial shit, and had fights breaking out during its... Read More

Short: Domestic Tale


A man who has some marital problems goes to a flat on display but that doesn’t end normally, he can’t leave it. He just can’t know that all is to help him with his domestic problems.  Read More

Short: Bowling Killers


The two main characters are partners both in the bowling hall and as killers. However, they do not seem to agree on anything, and argue most of the time. Today they are supposed to kill a man that won’t die no matter what they do.  Read More

The Congress

The Congress

Director of highly acclaimed Waltz with Bashir, Ari Folman is back with a staggering creation. A colorful hallucinogenic trip into a surreal future where nothing is what it seems to be. Actress Robin Wright (played by Robin Wright) is starting to get old in the eyes of Hollywood and is offered one last contract. A studio wants to digitalize her by scanning her body as well as her soul and buy the right to use her in all kinds of films, forever. But what on earth does that really... Read More

22 Mei

In his second film Koen Mortier (Ex-Drummer) explores difficult and tragically topical subjects; love, loneliness, sorrow, guilt and terrorism.The lonely middle aged Sam works as a security guard at a mall. We get to follow him on what was supposed to be just another day on the job, one that suddenly turnes into a nightmare. A young man detonates a bomb in the mall, Sam survives and does everything in his power to save as many people as he can, but he collapses and has to stop.... Read More

Glenn 3948

In this rather sentimental vision of a not-too-distant future, we meet Jack, played by our favourite hobbit Billy Boyd. Jack is a professional pianist. He is also an alcoholic. As if this combination wasn’t unfortunate enough (you try hitting the right keys at the right time when you’ve had half a bottle of Jameson!), his hand gets broken as a result of a triangle drama. And his hopes and dreams are crushed along with his hand. How will he now be able to become as good a piano... Read More


A small group of Belgian journalists have for the first time ever been allowed to document the lives of a vampire family living among humans. The film crew is invited into the home of the vampire Georges, his wife Bertha and their two children Samson and Grace. We are invited to witness the buying of new coffins, the socializing with other vampires and get exiting insights into both their family life and feeding habits. The daughter turns out to be something of a problem child,... Read More