Jeune femme

10 Oct 2018 Director: Léonor Serraille France, Belgium 2017 98 min In Léonor Serraille’s livewire character study and sensational feature debut, Laetitia Dosch explodes onto the screen as Paula, a chaotic, impulsive thirty one-year-old Parisienne. Without money and nothing but a cat to her name, Paula finds that doors close in her face now that… Continue reading Jeune femme

I Am Not Your Negro

7 Mar 2018 Director: Raoul Peck USA, France, Belgium, Switzerland 2016 93 min Fifty years after the Civil Rights movement, race remains a defining issue in the United States of America. James Baldwin’s final book, Remember This House, was due to address the lives and assassinations of his friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin… Continue reading I Am Not Your Negro

The Brand New Testament

15 Feb 2017 Director: Jaco Van Dormael Belgium 2015 113 min God is a cantankerous, vindictive Belgian who runs his operation from an apartment in Brussels. Time has made The Almighty cruel and capricious. Consequently, his ten-year old daughter, Ea, decides to write her own brand new testament with the help of six of her… Continue reading The Brand New Testament

Everything Went Fine

15 March 2023 France/Belgium 2021 Director: François Ozon A daughter is forced to reconcile her past with her father when he contacts her with a devastating final wish in François Ozon’s powerful family drama. André (André Dussollier) has never been the easiest of fathers. When he suffers a debilitating stroke and calls on his daughter… Continue reading Everything Went Fine

Love Acording To Dalva

18 October 2023 Belgium/France 2022 88 Minutes Director: Emmanuelle Nicot Featuring an extraordinary performance from Zelda Samson as Dalva, a 12-year-old girl who is home-schooled and hidden from society by her father. When one evening the police forcibly take her into foster care, Dalva must learn to understand that her father’s abuse is not what… Continue reading Love Acording To Dalva

The Eight Mountains

28 February 2024 Italy, Belgium, France 2021 147 Minutes Directors: Felix van Groeningen, Charlotte Vandermeersch Certificate 12A – Infrequent strong language Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, The Eight Mountains is a staggeringly beautiful, uplifting tale of lifelong friendship. One summer, 12-year-old Pietro and his family leave Turin to rent a house amidst… Continue reading The Eight Mountains

The Blue Caftan

27 March 2024 France/Morocco/Belgium/Denmark 2021 122 Mins Director: Maryam Touzani Certificate 12A – moderate sex Set in the Moroccan town of Salé, The Blue Caftan follows Mina and her husband Halim, who run a small shop selling traditional caftans in one of the country’s oldest medinas. In order to keep up with demand, they hire… Continue reading The Blue Caftan