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© 2020 BRUSSELS INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

TARKOVSKI LTD. PROJECT

/opening night at the atomium

sunday, february 9

19.00-21.30

This screening session features 4 films.

Location:

Atomium (Room Waterkeyn 2)

Atomiumsquare 1 

1020 Brussels

Free entry and popcorn.

Reservations required:

Click here to request a reservation for this screening session, don't forget to mention your name and the number of seats you'd like.

Interrogation (United Kingdom)

by Ivo Krankowski

How to get to the bottom of things. An examination of the nature of truth in a tense interview situation.

Category: experimental

Duration: 00:01:08

KLOUT (Belgium)

by Margot Van Mol

Melanie, a 17-year old famous YouTuber, decides to organise a YouTube Live session to celebrate her build-up to 10,000 subscribers. What starts off as a fun, innocent Live spirals down into a dangerous ‘truth or dare’ game when her fans dare her to do a few internet challenges live on camera. Melanie finds herself caught in the crossfire: give the fans what they want and gain more subscribers or stop the Live session and protect herself.

Category: short

Duration: 00:14:33

How Countries Fight Their Wars (Netherlands) by Thomas Loopstra and Maurice Baltissen

How countries fight their wars.

Category: animation

Duration: 00:02:00

Woman Holding Perspective (Japan)

by Nobuyuki Oura

'Woman Holding Perspective' depicts the life of stage actress Ayumi Abe. She covers her body with tattoos. Does bondage shows. Prostitutes herself. She comes alive with the physical sensation of pain. At the same time, the film is a self portrait of director himself. Nobuyuki Oura is an artist, whose printmaking has long been the subject of controversy in Japan. In this documentary, Oura inserts hope and light into the suffering-filled world through Ayumi Abe' way of living.

 

International premiere

Category: documentary

Duration: 01:37:54

Trailer