Annette, directed by Leos Carax, will open the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival on the 6th of July! Starring Marion Cottilard, Adam Driver and Simon Helberg in the leading roles, Annette is co-produced by SCOPE and Wrong Men and was supported by the Belgian Tax Shelter. We are proud to have collaborated on this wonderful project.
Tragicomic web series about best friends Flo and Isa. The twenty-somethings spend a lot of time in the bathroom, where they really get to know themselves and occasionally others.
An intimate portrait of two young boys growing up together, this documentary explores the world through their eyes. What Makes Us Boys is a story about childhood and, most importantly, brotherhood.
November 1944, winter is coming. In the Southwest of the Netherlands, tens of thousands of Allied and German soldiers are engaged in The Battle of the Scheldt. In this epic feature, the Wehrmacht versus the resistance, crashing gliders and quite a bit of mud turn into a cinematographic beauty.
The series No Man’s Land tells the story of the Syrian civil war through the eyes of Antoine, a young French man, in search for his estranged, presumed-to-be-dead sister.
The new documentary of Eva Küpper starring the blind motorcyclist Ben Felten in a spine-tingling adventure trying to break a world blind landspeed record. Salty lakes, shiny bikes, and lots of dust ! Love it, wait until you see it!
This tragicomic fiction series focuses on ten obese men and women, who want to improve their lives and therefore participate in the 'Albatros' slimming camp in the Ardennes.
Paloma Sermon Daï tells the story of her brother and mother, an indestructible duo. She tackles the issue of addiction, a terrible and vastly underfunded affliction, through the prism of this love story between a mother and her son.
A ridiculed French woman in Vienna seeks to avenge her honor while concealing her efforts from the bourgeois community of fellow expatriates, where lies and slander reign.
Annapolis, Giant City is a documentary about the direct relation between architecture & urban design, and the people living in it.
Into the night is the first Belgian Netflix original series. The show centers around the ‘lucky’ passengers and crew of an overnight flight out of Brussels, as they attempt to fly west — into the safety of the dark night.
A mini-series showing Europe's migration crisis from various perspectives: behind the doors of Brussel's European Commission, private security, the daily lives of refugees and the reactions of our society.
Kate and Matt are in search of a more authentic and healthy life. They leave the City to move into an old house in the middle of nowhere, but soon they'll discover that the house has secrets...
Belgium’s most popular web-series about the daily life of a group of teenagers in and around high school.
Roadtripping zonder Jack through the belly of the States from Miami to Seattle in an eighties Chevrolet!
This historical series tells the story of Jan De Lichte, a gang leader who caused trouble in and around Aalst in the 18th century. Now streaming on Netflix and Streamz!
Er was eens / Once upon a Time is an impressive six-episode documentary series about the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS) and a sneak peak of the scientists who work there.
It was an honour to create a contemporary photographic painting of Bruegel’s lost season. The installation is exhibited in Bokrijk, and here's an exclusive look behind the scenes.
Time freezing trailer directed by Filip Lenaerts, to announce the new spring 2020 season of national broadcaster "één".
A beautiful documentary directed by Joost Wynant, Louis Pons and Maarten Fabricio Goffin, about African football players searching for a club in Europe.