Live Action, Podcasts
4th October, 2013
Inspired by Chelsea Wolfe track Pale on Pale, Ralf Demesmaeker’s haunting short The Gift explores the complex relationship formed by a boy with the power
15th July, 2013
Spurred on by the approaching 10th international Kino Kabaret of Brussels, Belgian director Corentin Kopp of Lallali set about conceiving an idea for his
9th June, 2013
Created as interstitial movies for graphic festival Beyonderground, Kristof Luyckx’s six-part animation series My Cover of… sees an assortment
8th June, 2013
Passion abounds in Norman Bates’ intriguing (and slightly NSFW) trailer for Straus Park, the new novel from P. B. Gronda.
16th May, 2013
Jaro Minne tells us how improvisation brought him closer to his goal of creating work which is both tactile and natural on his dramatic short Regarde-moi.
6th May, 2013
If you’re going to cash in your chips, then you may as well be sure to make your mark on the way out. Tom Willems takes us through the final days of
16th April, 2013
Kristof Luyckx shifts his animated focus from preening peacocks to hard rocking apes (who sound rather a lot like Black Spires) in jam session Scars.
Animation, Art & Fashion
4th April, 2013
Monica Gallab explores the rituals of everyday life in her cyclical animation Nice Day for a Picnic.
4th December, 2012
Earlier this year Nicolas Dedecker and Arnaud Petit aka TheDeck&Lenitch took us behind the closed doors of FRED et marie’s abusive relationship
7th November, 2012
Big Ted goes on a brutal rampage through toyland in Chris Ullens’s bloody promo for Two Fingers’ Vengeance Rhythm.
1st October, 2012
Winner of this years' prestigious Cartoon d'Or award (along with various other
Art & Fashion, Asides
18th August, 2012
Murielle Félix combines dance and pixilation in her visually playful experimental films Le Réveil (NSFW), Le Banquet and Engrenage.
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