OUR MEN by Rachel Lang
Wrong Men /// Chevaldeuxtrois - 2019
They come from everywhere, they now have one thing in common, they belong to the elite of the French army : the Foreign Legion, their new family. My Legionnaire tells their stories : those couples' who build themselves in hostile territory, those men's who fight for France, those women's who fight to keep their love alive.
BLACK BEACH by Esteban Crespo
A.I.E /// Scope Pictures - 2019
Carlos is an implacable man in contract negotiations. He lives and works in Brussels. His talent and the contacts of his mother, a senior United Nations official, are about to take him to the pinnacle : a seven-figure salary and a position in New York with Susan, his wife. For this promotion, he must first go to Africa and use his good offices to resolve a kidnapping that compromises the signing of a large contract. Although he isn't an expert in this type of conflict, he is nevertheless best placed : the leader of the terrorists is a former friend, from the time when Carlos worked as a cooperating in the country.
SANS SOLEIL by Banu Akseki
Frakas Productions - 2019
While solar flares affect the earth, Hugo, a teenager adopted by a well-off couple, sees a woman appear, looking like his biological mother who had disappeared ten years earlier. A fantasized, marginal, excessive figure, who will upset the foundations of his personality.
THE BOOK OF VISION by Carlo S. Hintermann
Entre Chien et Loup - 2017
Eva, a mysterious doctor, is searching for an answer to her urgent dilemma, as she unravels the secrets of 18th century physician Dr. Anmuth and his patients through studying his Book of Vision. Her supervisor Henry gets more involved in her life than he expected and is forced to confront his own nature, as Eva faces the biggest decision of her life.
KEEP GOING by Joachim Lafosse
Versus Production /// Les Films du Worso - 2017
MOTHER'S INSTINCT by Olivier Masset-Depasse
Versus Production - 2017
ABOVE THE LAW by François Troukens & Jean-François Hensgens
Versus Production - 2016
THE SHADY LADY by Guy Bordin & Renaud de Putter
Hélicotronc - 2016
1910. Charlotte Dufrène, a former demimondaine secluded in elegant society close to Paris, has to accept a strange proposal : to become the pretend companion of Raymond Roussel, an eccentric writer and secret homosexual. She would spend twenty-three years by his side, accompanying him right to the end of a hallucinated quest. From Brussels, where she then retreats, she recalls the day preceding this decisive meeting and the flamboyant celebration that was then given in her honor. Letters sent by Charlotte Dufrène between 1933 and 1964 support this narrative.
THE EXCEPTION by David Levaux
Umedia /// Egoli Tossell Film - 2015
EMILY DICKINSON, A QUIET PASSION by Terence Davies
Potemkino /// Hurricane Films - 2015
REBELLIOUS GIRL by Jawad Rhalib
Iota Production - 2014
Laila, a young unemployed Moroccan IT professional, leaves her country to do seasonal work in Belgium. The young woman ends up on André’s small family farm, where he grows apples and pears.
Laila rapidly becomes disenchanted as she discovers the deeply unfair system that regulates the contracts of seasonal workers. Gradually, her feeling of revolt spreads to those around her and disrupts life on André’s farm.
JACQUES A VU by Xavier Diskeuve
Iota Production /// Ezekiel 47-9 - 2014
As they move in the small village of Chapon-Laroche in the Ardennes, Brice and Lara have to face an enormous dutch holliday park project. To make this fall appart, Brice tries to make his cousin Jacques' presumed visions of the Virgin official. So would his village become a peaceful sacred place, and that would stop the construction of the horrible park. The surprising answer from the Vatican will transform the village, and Brice and Lara's life.