A documentary about social isolation and the disappearance of a generation of small independent shops in Flanders. For almost three decades, a ringing bell on the door was the soundtrack to their lives. Only on Sundays it was quiet. Some of them died, but others still stand behind the same shop counters.
Nelly and Nadine is the unlikely love story between two women falling in love on Christmas Eve, 1944, in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. For many years their relationship was kept a secret.
Marie and Juliette quit their teaching jobs to open La Petite Ecole in the heart of Brussels where children, without former schooling and often exiled, are welcomed. Leaving aside formal learning, they offer them space and time to be children again before facing school which will expect them to be students. This film walks us through their efforts and research and thereby forces us to see the schooling system as a possible perpetuator of oppression that affects us all.
For centuries the inhabitants of the Icelandic village Vík í Mýrdal maintained a mystique relationship with the nearby volcano 'Katla'. Today the tide reserved; the volcano is used as a lure for tourists and creates economic prosperity. In the villagers' search for wealth, they gradually become strangers in their own habitat.
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.
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!
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.
Annapolis, Giant City is a documentary about the direct relation between architecture & urban design, and the people living in it.
Roadtripping zonder Jack through the belly of the States from Miami to Seattle in an eighties Chevrolet!
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.
A beautiful documentary directed by Joost Wynant, Louis Pons and Maarten Fabricio Goffin, about African football players searching for a club in Europe.
A breathless documentary about the struggle of individuals living in the ruins of the asbestos industry.
Ceres is a poetic yet realistic documentary that follows four children as they experience the natural cycle of life on a farm.
A witty and irreverent documentary telling the story of exprmntl, the legendary experimental film festival and mythic gathering point of the international avant-garde.
'I am golden karen' is a coming-of-age story of Thawaa, a Karen refugee in search of his identity as a migrant in Thailand. In between puberty and adulthood, he nurtures a strong desire to return to his motherland, Karen State, Burma.
Documentary series where we meet 6 populations in transition via the microcosm of the local barber shop. Gradually, Barber Shop measures the state of our world, offering dialogue and human resilience as a hopeful perspective for the future.
Pilot for a documentary series about the Belgian dance-scene from the 80’s. Naked kings, elastic people and rhythmic beats. Unfortunately the series wasn't produced after all, but it was really fun to work on.
Five directors zoom in on one of the many paved roads in our country. Steenweg shows you the teeming activity behind the curtains of our country's most famous arterial roads.
If amazing and mental would be judged on a scale of 10, this very intriguing documentary would probably reach 12. Go check it out!
A historical documentary about the 6 Empain barons, who's empire lasted for more than a century. It's an intriguing and beautiful illustrated documentary produced by To Do Today.