A Trio of Lions for Dance Music and Theatre Sectors of Biennale di Venezia

A Trio of Lions for Dance Music and Theatre Sectors of Biennale di Venezia
The Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement have been awarded to Belgian dancer and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (Dance), to French-Greek composer Georges Aperghis (Music) and to Swiss director Christoph Marthaler (Theatre). The acknowledgments for the three artists were recommended respectively by director Virgilio Sieni for Dance, Ivan Fedele for Music and Alex Rigola for ...

Offscreen 2015-Picturenose Reader Giveaway

Offscreen 2015-Picturenose Reader Giveaway
The eighth edition of the Offscreen Film Festival will start on Wednesday 4 March in Brussels. This annual event for lovers of exceptional cinema and cult films is held at four locations in Brussels: Cinema Nova, Cinematek, Bozar and Cinema Rits. From 4 to 22 March, the festival offers three weeks of cinematic wonders, with ...

Cinema Movie Review: Gone Girl (2014)

Cinema Movie Review: Gone Girl (2014)
Gone but not forgotten It’s usually a pretty good sign when the writer of a top-selling book collaborates on the bringing to the screen of her baby, so it was a relief to find that Gillian Flynn had gone one better and done all of it herself. Good too, to see David Fincher in the ...

Top 20 Films of 2014 1

Top 20 Films of 2014
My 2014 cinema viewing experience was quite different from previous years. Although my TV was feeling a little neglected, my daughter certainly was not. It was my first year as a father and, realizing that the amount of viewing hours was to vastly decrease, I tried to focus primarily on those films with a high ...

EFA Initiates ‘Treasures of European Film Culture’

EFA Initiates 'Treasures of European Film Culture'
The European Film Academy (EFA) proudly presents a new initiative: Treasures of European Film Culture, a list of places of a symbolic nature for European cinema, places of historical value that need to be maintained and protected not just now but also for generations to come.

Director Tobe Hooper is Guest of Honour at 8th Offscreen Film Festival

Director Tobe Hooper is Guest of Honour at 8th Offscreen Film Festival
The eighth edition of the Offscreen Film Festival will start on Wednesday 4 March in Brussels. This annual event for lovers of exceptional cinema and cult films is held at four locations in Brussels: Cinema Nova, Cinematek, Bozar and Cinema Rits. From 4 to 22 March, the festival offers three weeks of cinematic wonders, with ...

Six Women Elected to European Film Academy Board

Six Women Elected to European Film Academy Board
The members of the European Film Academy (EFA), more than 3,300 film professionals from across Europe, have elected six women onto the EFA Board, the EFA’s executive body. Each board member is elected for a period of two years and eight of the mandates were up for (re-)election. Re-elected were two female members of the ...

27th European Film Awards: Winners

27th European Film Awards: Winners
The more than 3,000 members of the European Film Academy – filmmakers from across Europe – have voted for this year’s European Film Awards. At the awards ceremony in Riga on 14 December, the following awards were presented:

Top ten films available on Netflix Belgium

Top ten films available on Netflix Belgium
The pioneering film- and television series-streaming website, Netflix, was finally launched in Belgium this past September. Surprising to see it take over a decade for Netflix to determine Belgium worthy of its services. I remember almost 12 years ago when I first started my Netflix subscription in college. While I should have been studying or ...

European Co-production Award: Prix EURIMAGES for Ed Guiney

European Co-production Award: Prix EURIMAGES for Ed Guiney
This year’s EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD – Prix EURIMAGES, an award acknowledging the decisive role of co-productions in the European film industry, goes to Irish producer Ed Guiney (pictured). Ed Guiney co-founded Element Pictures with Andrew Lowe in 2001. Today, Element has offices in Dublin and London, working across production, distribution, and exhibition.

Cinema Movie Review: [Rec] 4 Apocalypse

Cinema Movie Review: [Rec] 4 Apocalypse
Horror beyond horror So, happy horror hounds such as myself have been waiting for quite some time now for the definitive final installment of Catalonian and Spanish directors Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza‘s terrifying descent into darkness that began with [Rec] (2007), continued with [Rec] 2 (2009), and then was followed by the perhaps somewhat ...