The Dutch documentary maker made a portrait of her Jewish mother, who has not left the house for about three decades due to phobias.
The distorted image that many Dutch people have of the overseas territories during the colonial occupation is often based on movies.
The '12 Years a Slave' director shows us what the Second World War sounded like in the Dutch capital.
Many a filmmaker has been inspired by Vermeer's work. A story about the impossible love between master and maid.
The bad boy of Dutch cinema came to the Cannes Film Festival to please with a lesbian nun drama.
On 11 October 2009, the Flemish missionary, known as Father Damien, was declared a saint for his extraordinary service in caring for the lepers on the Hawaiian island of Molokai in the 19th Century.
Realism, surrealism and the absurd compete for priority in the Emma De Swaef’s and Marc James Roels’ stop–motion film This Magnificent Cake!
'Close', 'The Eight Mountains' and 'Tori et Lokita' capture the ineffable in images.
Fleming Peter De Brabander provides the logistics for movies about the Second World War.
The Flemish film policy of the past twenty years is finally bearing fruit.
As a socially desirable phenomenon, laughter is the paragon of happiness. But what if that laugh cannot be sustained?
A new exhibition and publication zoom in on the wartime memories of the internationally award-winning Belgian filmmaker and animator Raoul Servais (1928-2023).
What is it that makes people get out of bed day in, day out for over a century? This is the question documentary filmmaker Heddy Honigmann asks seven quirky centenarians in her new film '100UP'.