In an isolated village in Southern Turkey, the director delivers, through the daily life of his family, the intimate portrait of a Turkish youth ready to change society.
Olivier is a massage therapist in Brussels living a carefree life. When he learns that he might go blind within the next five years, he wonders what he wants to see before his world is reduced to darkness: he needs to add pictures to the store of images he can recall afterwards.
As a letter to her son, the filmmaker testifies her experience as a photographer aboard the Aquarius, a ship that rescued 29,523 people in the Mediterranean between 2016 and 2018.
Before their wedding, Golmohammad promised Mina that she would be allowed to go to college. But following the birth of their child and faced with the harshness of his pastoral and agricultural tasks, Golmohammad changes his mind.
Mau is the first feature-length documentary about the design visionary genius Bruce Mau.
There’s what you see, what some want you to see, and what you don’t see.
Three Afghan girls get the opportunity to travel to Europe to fulfill their dream of becoming professional skiers.
What does it mean for a woman to take up the role of a mother? Four Latvian women offer a unique insider point of view of their pregnancy.
Vida Dena’s feature documentary debut is an intimate and subtly expansive portrait of a Syrian family living in a house in Brussels that seldom leaves the confines of its four pink walls.
We are at “Donji Garevci” in May 2018. It is early morning. The smell in the air is strong and fresh, as usual.
Four immigrant adolescents, Aya from Syria, Zineb from Morocco, Simeon from Dominican Republic, and Sofia from Colombia have been in Belgium for about a year.
Off the Tunisian coast, a coroner examines the body of a young castaway. Searching for truth, she questions herself. What if he could talk? What did he see? Who was he?
Four friends tired of protests are thinking about another way to shake up capitalist society. Driven by fiction, they decide to blow up a Brussels shopping center.
Each year, more than 100,000 Mexicans living in the United States are deported to Mexico. Many of them have spent decades in the United States,
Anat Gov, one of the most influential playwrights in Israeli theatre, is preparing for her death. She asks Arik Kneller, an artists’ agent, to be the executor of her will.
For 26 years the charming Ben Abderrahman has been the owner of Hotel Mozart, located in the heart of Brussels.
Once upon a time, there were Pipa & Nona, my grandparents. The story of a close-knit couple in which each finds in the other the motivation to move forward in their daily lives.
The clock is ticking. How can we prevent the worst-case scenario of global environmental catastrophe? Can two Russian scientists stave off the worst by reshaping humanity’s relationship with
What about the situation of foreign female domestic workers in Lebanon?
The region surrounding lake Turkana, on the Kenya-Ethiopia border, is considered the “Cradle of Humankind”. Million-year-old primate fossils were discovered there.