With Un-common Intimacy (Tiger Touch), American artist Jessica Segall presents a surreal, yet intimate film portrait of herself swimming with a tiger.
Language: Dutch. No subtitles.
The most binge-worthy Belgian tv series in a long time: De Dag, Jonas Geirnaert and Julie Mahieu's nerve-racking story of a small city hotstage on a cold winter's day, seen from two different perspectives.
A comedy with a message for the very young and old: baby cinema with Spike Lee
This Door, This Window sits somewhere between portraiture and sonic performance, the result of fantasizing with a calculated –and perverse– use of sound and rhythm in order to consciously invade, connect, and alter the body.
On the occasion of the Dance Day, Cinema Zed and STUK present the dance film Ottone, Ottone/1991 by Leuven-based artist Walter Verdin and Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker. Ottone, Ottone/1991 is a video edit of the eponymous performance from 1988.
Fang Xiuying is the mother of a good friend of mine. I was going to make a documentary about her in 2015, but it was postponed because I was too busy at the time.
In the presence of and in conversation with director João Moreira Salles.
In parallel with the installation in the exhibition This Rare Earth - Stories from Below, the documentary THE CONGO TRIBUNAL will be screened two times in Ci
In Farrebique Georges Rouquier depicts the everyday life of a family of French farmers following the rhythm of the different seasons.
Based on a number of short stories from Maile Meloy’s Both Ways is the Only Way I Want It, American filmmaker Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women portrays the intersecting lives of four independent women (Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart and Lily Gladstone).