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ROND EST LE MONDE

Olivier Dekegel
In the company of a mule and a Super8 camera, a filmmaker walks through the world enchanted by the beauty of all things. Inspired by Saint Francis of Assisi's "Praise of the Creatures", an enlightened and candid contemplation driven by the changing light of seasons. This film is an invitation to a voyage, a voyage around the world with the most simple and humble of all animals, the donkey...

FLUSHED-AT-ONCE

Ken Kobland
A short remembrance…a project created for an exhibition in commemoration of the events of Sept. 11. (https://www.kenkoblandfilms.com)...

THIS WAS BEFORE...

Herman Asselberghs
Herman Asselberghs' new film piece adapts the participatory performance of the same name by Sirah Foighel Brutmann and Eitan Efrat to a cinematic format. Seven participants take part in a conversation made up only of questions...

ANALOGUE KINGDOM

Esther Johnson
Gerald Wells stole his first radio, a Belmont, in 1943 at the age of thirteen. He was immediately sent to an approved school, whose psychiatrist diagnosed an obsession with wireless and electricity, an obsession that continues today. The house Wells was born in and still inhabits is now home to over 1,500 wireless objects and 45,000 valves...
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DE ACHTERKAMER (DANIËL ROBBERECHTS)

Jef Cornelis
Daniël Robberechts (who passed away in 1992) fully applied himself to writing after his studies in mathematics. In 1960 he was already a full-time writer, but not a ’professional’ one: without the financial support of his wife, Cécile Faniel, he would not have been able to write...
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MAURICE BÉJART (& MUDRA)

Jef Cornelis
Maurice Béjart speaks about the state of dancing in Belgium in a European and international context, the school programme and how pupils are selected for the Ecole Mudra. Content: 00’00" Leader. 00’07" Titles. 00’15" Announcements...

THE RUNAWAY

Jan Dietvorst
A Dutchman speaks with authority about the ideas and customs of 'others'. It is the stereotype contrast between 'us' and 'them'. Gradually the relationship between these two becomes more ambiguous, the protagonists appear to be part of each others mythology....

MONSIEUR EZIO BUCCI, SUPPORTER

Jacques Lennep
Video, apart from photography and holography, was but one of the media Lennep made use of during the 1970s, as he was adding on to his ‘museum of men’. His human models were derived from all layers of the populations, but they shared a common obsession for collecting things or, at the very, least an unusual passion...

IJSBREKER 19: VERZAMELEN VAN KUNSTVOORWERPEN

Jef Cornelis - Johan Cloetens - Jackie Claeys - Mark De Geest
An episode of ‘Ijsbreker’ around the collection of artefacts (like Japanese Netsuke and swords, miniatures and sculptures), in which the opinions of a number of collectors, traders and art historians meet in real-time...
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IJSBREKER 18: KUNST AAN DE KUST

Jef Cornelis - Mark De Geest - Anton Stevens - Jackie Claeys
In this episode of ‘Ijsbreker’ there is a focus on the Belgian coast cities of Knokke and Ostend, who also have a history as major art cities. The Casino in Knokke was considered one of the main promoters of art during 1950-1970, mostly because of Gustave Nellens, who made sure the casino housed work by, among others, Margritte...