We’re happy to announce that MANU by Emmanuelle Bonmariage will have its German Premiere. The film will be screened at DOK.fest Munich. Screenings: – Thursday 9/5, 18h30 – Saturday 12/5, 20h30 – Sunday 19/5, 16h00
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More good news! Last weekend Gods of Molenbeek won 2 awards at Tampere Film Festival. Both the ‘Special prize’ and the ‘Church Media Foundation prize’. “Juries emphasized the film’s philosophical value and its good-natured, even funny, but at the same time profound way in which it reflects the friendship and connection between people who […]
Honoured to announce that no less than three of our co-productions have been selected for Visions Du Reel!!! World Premiere for Century of Smoke (International Competition) & Swiss Premiere for Transnistra (Latitudes) & Gods of Molenbeek (Grand Angle & also the opening film of the festival). Congratulations to the directors, producers & the teams. And thanks to our partners.
Sunnyside, directed by Frederik Carbon, is selected for the 2019 Bergamo Film Meeting in the “Close Up” section! This section is for “Documentary films in which the inquisitive and attentive gaze of the director delves without hesitation into the heart of reality, proving capable of grasping and synthesising the visible and the invisible, narrating a theme, a […]
At Clin d’oeil films we are committed to cinema with a social and/or political statement. That’s why we are so honoured that our new film ‘By the Name of Tania‘, written and directed by Mary Jiménez and Bénédicte Liénard has been nominated for the Amnesty International Film Award. Last week the film was also nominated for […]
The audiences and the critic were unanimous: DocPoint’s opening film ‘Gods of Molenbeek’ by Reetta Huhtanen is the winner of both the Audience Award and the Critic’s Choice award! The Critic’s Choice was made by Tue Steen Müller, a Danish critic who writes for the website filmkommentaren.dk. Müller says: “The filmmaker has cleverly made a film that puts […]
Anna Eborn’s ‘Transnistra’ won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Documentary at Göteborg Film Festival, just a few days after winning the VPRO Big Screen Award at Rotterdam IFFR! In the Big Screen Competition an audience jury selects one IFFR-film which they believe deserves a spot on both the big screens of Dutch cinema, as well as […]
We are thrilled to announce that ‘By the Name of Tania’, directed by Mary Jiménez and Bénédicte Liénard, will have its world premiere at the 69th Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival. The film will compete in the Generation 14plus section. Congratulations to directors Mary Jiménez and Bénédicte Liénard and the incredible team: cinematographer Virginie Surdej, editor Marie-Hélène […]
Great news: our co-production ‘Gods of Molenbeek’, which was entirely shot in Belgium, will have its world premiere as the opening film of DocPoint Film Festival in Helsinki on January 28th 2019! The film will also compete in the Nordic Documentary Competition of Göteborg Film Festival in Sweden. Congratulations to director Reetta Huhtanen, producer Hannu-Pekka […]
We are happy and honoured to announce the World Premiere of Anna Eborn’s Transnistra at International Film Festival Rotterdam – IFFR – Big Screen Competition! Congratulations to the director Anna Eborn, the main producer David Herdies, congrats also to the Belgian team involved : cinematographer Virginie Surdej & additional cinematography by Colin Leveque, composer Walter Hus, […]
‘Manu‘, directed by Emmanuelle Bonmariage, and ‘Sunnyside‘, directed by Frederik Carbon, are part of the documentary selection for Les Magritte du Cinéma, the Belgian national film awards. The ceremony will take place on 2 February 2019. Fingers crossed!
We couldn’t be happier! ‘Manu‘, directed by Emmanuelle, has been selected for fo IDFA in Amsterdam where it will be screened in the First Appearance Competition. screenings: 18/11/18, 20h00, Tuschinski 6 19/11/18, 10h30, Munt 12 20/11/18, 22h00, EYE Cinema 2 21/11/18, 20h30, Brakke Grond Grote Zaal 23/11/18, 10h30, Munt 7 24/11/18, 19h45, Tuschunski 2