Wednesday, 16 February
This screening session features 2 films. All films are English spoken and/or English subtitled.
Antoine Dansaertstraat 70
Reservations are not required, but advised. Reserve your tickets here.
Free Drink during the Filmmaker Network Drink @RITCS Café
Are you passionate about filmmaking? Do you work in front or behind the camera? Do you like to meet like minded? Let us buy you a drink!
The Brussels Independent Film Festival organises a Filmmakers Network Party (sponsored by CA/ST Casting Studio) right after this screening in the Ritcs Café.
Use your film ticket to get a free drink (ask for Arno).
A face mask and CST (Covid Safe Ticket) will be required.
BRUTALIA, DAYS OF LABOUR (GREECE) BY MANOLIS MAVRIS
Perfectly identical girls, dressed in military uniforms, work day and night. A matriarchal family. An oligarchic society. What would happen if we replace bees with humans? Running time: 00:24:54
MURMUR (CANADA) BY HEATHER YOUNG
Donna has recently been convicted of “Driving While Impaired” and is ordered to perform community service at the local animal shelter. When an elderly dog is scheduled to be euthanized, Donna decides to take the dog home and quickly realizes his companionship can ease her loneliness. In a futile attempt to fill the emptiness she feels, Donna begins to take home more and more animals and she is soon in over her head. Running time: 01:25:00.
Awards and selections: 'Best Narrative Feature Film' Brussels Independent FF 2021, ‘Grand Jury Prize’ Slamdance FF 2020, 'Discovery Prize' Toronto International FF 2019.