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FIND ME IN KAKUMA, a webdocumentary by Lieven Corthouts is now online! Watch now.

Milestone 19 December 2017

Official launch FIND ME IN KAKUMA

The official launch of the webdocumentary Find Me in Kakuma will take place at the KVS at 3 pm in presence of the director, Lieven Corhouts, and the Ministers of Culture and Development Cooperation, Sven Gatz and Alexander de Croo.

Website KVS
agenda 19 December 2017

Launch FIND ME IN KAKUMA by Lieven Corthouts

Web documentary FIND ME IN KAKUMA depicts the story of six refugee children looking for their parents.
In a creative and active way, you learn more about the lives of unaccompanied minors, without condemning them to a victim role, and how they helped create an app to facilitate their search.

Listen from the first row to director Lieven Corthouts, minister of culture Sven Gatz, minister of development cooperation Alexander De Croo and Delphine Moralis (Missing Children Europe).
Gie Goris (editor in chief Mo* Magazine) wil moderate the event.
We finish off with a small reception.


Website KVS
agenda 17 October 2017

PROBLEMSKI HOTEL wins Grand Prix du Jury at Festival Effervescence.

Scriptwriter Steve Hawes was present to receive the prize from the jury. The film will be released in France from 29 November 2017.

Festival Effervescence
agenda 16 September 2017

Ensor Best Documentary 2017 for SHADOW WORLD

Shadow World receives Ensor Best Documentary 2017 from Flemish Minister for Culture & Media Sven Gatz.
Congrats Johan Grimonprez and Andrew Feinstein.

Filmfestival Oostende
agenda 11-17 July 2017


Emmy Oost and director Lydia Rigaux will be traveling to Marseille in July! Rigaux' feature film debut HOW CAMELS BECOME LIONS will have its world premiere at the festival within the special program Ecrans Parallèles. Main characters are played by Els Deceukelier, Daan Stuyven, Fien De Bruyne, Delfine Bafort, Anemone Valcke, Isabelle De Hertogh and Baloji Tshiani.

FID Marseille
agenda 22-30 March 2017

2 films in competition at Docville 2017

Happy to announce that 2 Cassette for timescapes productions are selected for Docville. Waiting For Giraffes (Marco de Stefanis) tells the story about a Palestinian zoo. The film will have its Belgian premiere at Docville and is eligible for the 'Weten en Geweten' award. Also Shadow World (Johan Grimonprez) will compete at the festival in the section 'National Selection'.

Docville website
agenda 16 March 2017

International premiere The Invisible City [Kakuma]

The Invisible City [Kakuma] will have its international premiere at FIFDH, Festival du Film et Forum International sur les Droits Humains. In presence of Lieven Corthouts and Khadijo, who is one of the 3 teenagers in the film and fled from Kakuma to Europe.

Website FIFDH
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