Belgium Tag Archive

Marie Mc Court’s ‘I was still there when you left me’ is a Haunting Exploration of Tragedy and Guilt

Live Action

5th March, 2021

Inspired by the societal failures that led to the Grenfell Tower Fire, 'I was still there when you left me' shows off the power of street-casting.

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A Gangster in Ghana Faces a Humanistic Moral Dilemma in Anthony Nti’s Soaring Drama ‘Da Yie’

Live Action

19th January, 2021

Anthony Nti details how he cinematically reflected Ghana for his short drama about a chance encounter between two young children and a stranger 'Da Yie'.

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Wouter Sel & Thijs De Cloedt’s ‘Ghost Eye’ Hopes to “Kick You in the Teeth and Leave You Bewildered”

Animation

29th July, 2020

Journey into the world of taxi-driving low-life Johnny Supro in Wouter Sel & Thijs De Cloedt's moody animated neo-noir 'Ghost Eye'.

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Florian Guibert Takes a Hypnotic Plunge into Sound & Vision for Piloot’s CGI Music Video ‘Gyre’

Animation, Music, Premiere

15th April, 2019

Florian Guibert reveals how his intimate knowledge as a member of Krautrock trio Piloot provided a creative guide for the visual experimentation of 'Gyre'

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Play Boys

Animation, Asides

15th January, 2019

Vincent Lynen whiles away some idle time in the company of macho men, guns, cars, motorcycles & hot girls in his chain reaction grad short 'Play Boys'.

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Jean-Paul Frenay Manifests Monstrous Human Suffering in Stunning SFX Promo ‘The Fool You Need’

Music

18th May, 2018

Complex human emotions erupt onscreen as Jean-Paul Frenay executes seamless SFX in his stunning Son Lux music video, 'The Fool You Need'.

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Desire Becomes Dangerous Obsession in Norman Bates’ Dark Tale of Damaged Lovers ‘Wichita’

Music

24th July, 2017

Directing Duo Norman Bates return to DN to talk about playing with fire for their dark Domino Gold music video of love, compassion and obsession.

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DN342: After Love – Joachim Lafosse

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

4th November, 2016

Joachim Lafosse discusses how he depicted a couple's acrimonious separation and divorce through the use of long fluid sequence shots of domestic hostility.

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DN337: Jaco Van Dormael Preaches the Gospel According to God’s Daughter in ‘The Brand New Testament’

Live Action, Podcasts

15th April, 2016

Award winning Director Jaco Van Dormael joins DN to discuss why his irreverent forth feature ’The Brand New Testament‘ isn't about religion.

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Corentin Kopp Weaves a Dark Tale of Lust & Betrayal in Noir Music Video ‘Härligt Sverige’

Music

2nd February, 2016

Corentin Kopp talks to DN about drawing inspiration from film noir and graphic novels to deliver a dark tale of lust and betrayal in ‘Härligt Sverige’.

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How Diane Arbus’ Photographs Inspired the Wooly 2012 Cartoon d’Or Award Winner ‘Oh Willy…’

Animation

16th November, 2015

With 2012 Cartoon d’Or award winner, the hugely popular 'Oh Willy...' available online from today, it seemed only right to revisit our interview from 2012

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Corentin Kopp Takes a Canadian Busman’s Holiday for his Sisters Abroad Short ‘Montreal’

Live Action

24th July, 2014

We have a long overdue catchup with director Corentin Kopp to find out about his holiday filmmaking exploits for his sisters abroad short film 'Montreal'.

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