Cinema Galeries is located in the outstanding setting of the Royal Gallery Saint-Hubert in the heart of Brussels and is a new place dedicated to cinema and art house film in all it forms. The cinema was built in 1939 by the architect Paul Bonduelle, at a request of the Oswald brothers and Robert Putzeys. It is a listed monument since 1993 because of its historical and artistic value. The style of the cinema is between Art Deco and Modernism with a subtle Mediterranean and Romanesque decoration.
Galerie de la Reine 26
Cinema RITCS is located in the bustling heart of Brussels, nearby the Oude Graanmarkt in Antoine Dansaertstraat. It is the in-house movie theatre of the RITCS School of Arts, and the ultimate meeting place for true film lovers. Equipped with the newest digital projection technology and a seven-metre-wide screen, it offers 125 cinema seats that provide a first-class experience of the fascinating world of the moving image.
Antoine Dansaertstraat 70
This year, within the framework of a 'Tribute to the Masters of Independent Cinema', the Brussels Independent Film Festival will also support three screenings at CINEMATEK.
Located in the heart of the Palais des Beaux-Arts designed by Victor Horta, CINEMATEK is an international film archive with a focus on Belgian cinema; ‘local in an international context’.
Rue Baron Horta 9
The Brussels Independent Film Festival is an official partner for the ARGOS exhibition 'Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: Oriana'. ARGOS was founded in 1989 in Brussels to stimulate and promote the then still emerging Belgian audiovisual arts scene. Today, ARGOS develops a broad range of artistic programmes and various distribution activities, locally as well as (inter)nationally. It also houses a media library and a prominent collection of more than 5000 artist films and videos.
Rue du chantier 13