We are very happy to receive the news that ‘Samuel in the Clouds’ just won the ‘Best Cinematography’ award in the Documentary Feature category at the Social Impact Media Awards 2017! This is the second award the film has received for the beautiful photography, shot by Johan Legraie. Congratulations!
We are very happy to be able to announce that ‘Samuel in the Clouds’ has won the award for ‘Mejor Fotografía’ (Best Photography) at the Bilbao Mendi Film Festival. The photography of the film was in the hands of Johan Legraie.
“The beautiful Bolivian landscape is not only portrayed cinematographically, but it also supports the consuming story of the main character and the nature around him. Thanks to the successful cinematography, the viewers are able to get an idea of how it feels to Samuel when he looks at the changing world around him.”, the jury stated.
Congratulations to Johan Legraie for the beautiful images he shot for this film and to the rest of the crew!
We are incredibly happy with the news that ‘Samuel in the Clouds’ by Pieter Van Eecke and ‘A Family Affair’ by Tom Fassaert have been officially selected for the Festival Internacional de Documentales de Santiago in Chile! Both films will participate in the ‘Panorama Internacional’ competition.
Tom Fassaerts documentary Feature ‘A Family Affair’, produced by Conijn Film and coproduced by Clin d’oeil films has been nominated for the 29th edition of the prestigious European Film Awards in the category ‘European Documentary’! The award night will take place on December 10th 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland.
‘Samuel in the Clouds’ is the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival winner of the Gold Hugo in the Documentary Competition. Director Pieter Van Eecke was present to receive this award for his film. The jury shared wonderful comments about the film: “The Gold Hugo goes to a visually astonishing and quietly heartbreaking film that makes you experience climate change, not just think about it. In a humble cabin at the top of the world, science and spirituality might offer possible solutions to the frightening changes that endanger our future. Subtle yet urgent, modest yet ambitious, this film challenges us to confront the reality of global warming, but like its main character, it encourages us to keep hope alive.” Congratulations to Pieter Van Eecke for this great achievement!
‘Samuel in the Clouds’ has just been awarded with the Nature and People Award at the Ulju Mountain Film Festival in South Korea. Director Pieter Van Eecke was at the festival to receive this award for his film. We would like to congratulate Pieter with this prize!
Manu Gerosa’s documentary feature ‘Between Sisters’ has been officially selected for the Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid – Seminci in the competitive section ‘Tiempo de Historia’. The film will be screened on Monday the 24th and Tuesday the 25th of October 2016.
We are delighted with the selection of no less than three projects (co-)produced by Clin d’oeil films for the 2016 Budapest International Documentary Festival! ‘Between Sisters’ directed by Manu Gerosa, ‘Samuel in the Clouds’ directed by Pieter Van Eecke and ‘A Family Affair’ directed by Tom Fassaert will all be in competition in the category ‘Let me know the secret’. More news about the screenings of the films at this festival coming soon!
What a great start of the summer: Creative Europe supports our slate! Three of Clin d’oeil films’ projects in development, ‘Sunnyside’ by Frederik Carbon, ‘La Vie est un Jeu de Cartes’ by Philippe de Pierpont and ‘Kastom Kopiraet’ by An van Dienderen and Hugo DeBlock, are granted funds. We would like to thank Joyce Palmers, Philippe Van Meerbeeck and Alejandro de la Fuente for their creative input and critical feedback!
We are very honoured and grateful that at the Ismailia International Film Festival, set in Egypt, ‘Between Sisters’, directed by Manu Gerosa won two awards.
“The Best Film Award” in the Long Documentary Competition
“Best Film” by the Egyptian Film Critic Association (EFCA)
Directors Mary Jiménez and Bénédicte Liénard together with Julie Frères (Dérives) and Hanne Phlypo preparing for the pitching du Réel at Visions du Réel with their new documentary project ‘Madre del Oro’, set in Peru.
Both filmmakers have had several films in the official competition of Visions du Réel in the past.
This new project raised a lot of interest both from coproducers, distributors and international televisions.