monday, february 10

20.30-22.30

This screening session features 3 films. All films are English spoken and/or English subtitled.

Location:

Cinema GALERIES (Studio)

Koninginnegalerij 26 Galerie de la Reine

1000 Brussels

Free entry and popcorn. 

This screening is FULLY BOOKED. From experience we know some seats may free up, so feel free to drop by starting 30 minutes before the screening to put your name on the waiting list. We'll start giving away unclaimed seats 5 minutes before the screening begins.

Int.Anouchka-Night (Belgium)

by Louise Hansenne

Anouchka is a 30-year-old scriptwriter who works in a wine bar to earn a living. She retraces her last 15 years of alcoholism through a script she wrote us.

 

Category: documentary, short

Duration: 00:20:15

TRANSPONDER (Belgium)

by Thomas Verijke

In a 24/7 city, photographer Emil tries to find a connection with a life that seems to pass him by. With each press on the shutter button Emil tries to freeze time and zoom in on the people he can’t seem to connect with in real life.

Brussels premiere

Category: experimental, short

Duration: 00:14:24

The Names Of The Flowers (Canada)

by Bahman Tavoosi

As Bolivia stages the 50th anniversary of Ernesto "Che" Guevara’s death, Julia, an old countryside teacher, is invited to share her historical story with the world: Giving a bowl of soup to the captured guerrilla in her classroom, while he recited a poem about flowers to her, a few hours before his death. The invitation is withdrawn soon after, as other women step forward, claiming the story of “the soup and the flower” as their own.

Category: narrative film

Duration: 01:19:00

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