A film about death and grieving, created with children, for children. Beyond the Stars is a short documentary for children in which certain questions and ideas they might have about death are discussed with a much older generation, for whom death doesn’t seem so far away. Through this dialogue, the film creates a safe space in which kids can find answers to questions about sensitive issues such as grief and physical loss.
Animals, directed by Nabil Ben Yadir, premiered at the Ghent Film Festival this year and was in competition at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. Based on the true story of a young gay muslim man who suffered a brutal attack in 2012, Ihsane Jarfi, it is an unrelentingly violent chronicle of Belgium's first official homophobic murder, and it is sure to shock viewers with its intense realism.
Two young girls, partners in crime, walk into an uncertain future. Mathilde is 10 years old. She is a young, rough drifter and a connoisseur of 90s pop ballads. She walks along a deserted road with no beginning or end. She is accompanied by Daniëlle, her partner in crime. Both are waiting for tomorrow, a day their dreams might come true.
Belgian writer, director, and actor Bouli Lanners’ latest is an engrossing drama about one man’s amnesia and the love story that rewrites his past.
A response to rising antisemitism, Israeli director Ari Folman's animated film of Anne Frank's diary and life also addresses the struggles of young refugees today.
Annette opened the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival and Leos Carax won the award for Best Director! 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.
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.
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.
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...
In this psychological thriller directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse a sudden tragedy uproots the lives of two women and their families, and they begin to question the relationships they once held so dear…
During the gold rush in 1850 in the far west, the Sister Brothers are in charge of finding Herman Kermit Warm. This Western film was a box office bomb, and won 10 awards and 23 nominations at several film festivals worldwide!
Keita is a 8-year old boy from a Belgian-Japanese family. During the summer break, he spends two weeks with his grandparents at the Flemish countryside. They are put to the test when they are forced to live under the same roof.
With their short movie The Allegory of the Jar, directors duo Ruth Mellaerts & Boris Kuijpers won the price of the jury and the price of the public on the international Shortfilmfestival of Leuven in 2015. This year they are back with The Day the Dogs Disappeared.
When a young vegetarian undergoes a carnivorous hazing ritual at vet school, an unbidden taste for meat begins to grow in her. Strap up and sit back for a bloody experience!
26 year-old Karl Marx embarks with his wife, Jenny, on the road to exile. In 1844 Paris, he meets Friedrich Engels, and together they will lead the labor movement during its development into a modern era.
Surrounded by the immense and furious ocean, a shipwrecked mariner battles all alone for his life with the relentless towering waves. The stranded sailor builds a raft and sets off to the wide sea, however, an indistinguishable adversary prevents him from escaping....
Against an artificial romanticised background, two young women meet. The summer day inspires them to reminisce about their former friendship and their lives, talking about their careers, families, loves and illnesses.
Drôle de père /the odd father is the story of Antoine, who, after a five-year-long culinary journey, returns to Liège, having decided to open his own restaurant. But his return proves to be much more difficult than he first thought...
Laserblast, galaxina and invasion of the saucer men... All fade to grey compaired to the deepspace travels of the centre!
Paris, 1920's. Marguerite loves to sing although she's not a good singer. Her friends and husband have kept her fantasy but the problem begins when she decides to perform in front of a real audience... We did color grading on this beautiful movie by Xavier Giannoli.
Indian and cowboy are about to set off on a magnificent cruise on a luxury liner, but they have made a big mistake. They completely forgot that today is the first day of school!