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The Millenium Film Festival is organizing two days of meetings aimed at documentary film professionals from Belgium and elsewhere. Through films selected from our programme and in the presence of the directors and audio-visual professionals, these meetings provide the chance to address different aspects of documentary creation and the current challenges of the trade.


Programme


Wednesday 27th March / From 2pm to 4 pm / Pain Quotidien (Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Brussels) 

  • Subjects discussed : Experimental set-ups, staging your character and exploring different narrative and visuals forms in documentary films. 
  • Guest directors :  Nora Agapi – Time Box / Jan Gebert – When the war comes / Marie Van Vollenhoven – Paperland

Thursday 28th March / From 3pm to 6pm / Pain Quotidien (Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Bruxelles)

  • Subjects discussed : My character has ethical values contrary to my own & When my documentary changes the life and decisions taken by my character
  • Guest directors : Sahra Mani – A thousand girls like me / Jan Gebert – When the war comes / Marie Van Vollenhoven – Paperland
  • Event organised in partnership with La Scam 

These meetings are open to film professionals and film students.
→ To register please send an email to festivalmillenium2019@gmail.com

The meetings will be held in English. 

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