2014 | Short | 14′ | BE/US  | vo ENG, st Fr 

Life isn’t all rosy for 16-year-old Sophie. Her dad moved out, her mom’s never home, and nobody tells her anything. So when she makes a disturbing discovery, she turns to the one person who knows how to make things better: Grandma. The plan’s simple: break out of the nursing home and escape to Belgium. If only the bus would come. If only Grandma knew where Belgium was.









2013 | Documentary | 35′ | NIC/CA  | vo SP, st Fr 

Nicaragua, a female film crew decides to make a TV series about women’s lives.









2014 | Court | 4′ | NZ | vo eng, st Fr Nl

A hard-hitting parody of Blurred Lines by 3 New-Zealand law students









elevagedepoussière_VER_vanagt   ÉLEVAGE DE POUSSIÈRE

2013 | Documentairy| 47′ | BE |vo Eng  st Fr Nl 

What is the value of images as objective testimonies of a conflict? Can we believe what we see? In her new work, Sarah Vanagt turns her attention to an important chapter in recent European history: the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. The artist examines obstacles to reconstructing a war that is nevertheless well documented. She has started from a simple movement of the hand – a pencil being rubbed on a sheet of paper placed over an object – and adapted this “revelatory” rubbing process to the courtroom. The film Élevage de poussière / Dust Breeding offers a penetrating account of her exploration. Measuring the gap between the facts, the material proof of these facts, the images that represent them and their interpretation, she attempts to decipher the secret language formed by traces of war. Sharpening her eye until it becomes a microscope lens, Vanagt reveals a landscape of details inviting us to look at things differently.



“Something is past and something has yet to emerge and we don’t know what that is. But how can one already tell something”











2013 |Fiction | 90′ | FR/ SEN | vo st Fr 

with: Ralph Amousou, Mareme Demba Ly, Souleymane

Fates and lives cross one another’s path between Turin, New-York and Dakar. Migration seen as a constellation.


“Je ne voulais pas être devant la caméra, mais derrière, pourraconter des histoires” Dyana Gaye








|Kortfilm| 21′ | BE | vo Fr

They didn’t want to believe her. From that came the rage. And from the rage came the need for the truths to be told.









|Short| 15’34 | MAR | 

“Everything started with a dream that pushed me to go back on the tracks of a father who is no longer present today. I decided to go back in time with my camera to understand the joys and suffering that he left behind him.” Sofia Aissaoui.










2012 | Fiction | 90′ | CUB/UK/USA | vo Sp st Fr Nl

With: Dariel Arrechaga, Anailín de la Rúa de la Torre, Javier Núñez Florián

Mired in the nervous desperation of Havana, Raul dreams of escaping to Miami. When accused of assault, his only option is to flee Cuba. He begs his best friend, Elio, to abandon everything and help him reach the forbidden world 90 miles across the ocean. Elio’s commitment is tested when he is torn between protecting his twin sister and his own desire to get out. Brimming with the nervous energy of Havana’s restless youth and the evocative cinematography of the sun-bleached capital, UNA NOCHE follow one sweltering day, full of hope and fraught with tension, that burns to a shocking climax.

 PRIX : Spike Lee Prodution Grant, Hollywood: Foreign Press Association Grant, Tribeca Film ICPEN Award, Adrienne Shelly Foundation/IFP Director’s Grant, Gotham Independant Film euphoria Calvin Klein grant.
quote As a film maker I spend a lot of energy and a lot of heartache making it on 35mm (…) and to see it in a cinema is incredible.”








2010 |Court | 16′ | BE | vo Fr 

A women’s magazine flies through space… Beauty ads fall from the pages, which excites a dog chasing it. 


‘Love is infinity at the level of puddles’   Louis-Ferdinand  : Céline







2011 | Documentaire | 85′ | FR | vo Eng st Fr 

An exuberant and inspiring ambassador for the Caribbean, Calypso Rose is the uncontested and much decorated diva of Calypso music. With more than 800 recorded songs, she continues to be a pioneer and champion of women’s rights, as she travels the world making music. Journeying to Paris, New York, Trinidad and Tobago and to her ancestral home in Africa, we learn more about Calypso Rose in each place, and the many faces and facets of her life. The daughter of an illiterate Trinidadian fisherman, Calypso Rose was sent to live with relatives in Tobago at the age of 9. At 15 she wrote her first song and launched a career that took her to the top of the male dominated calypso world. This creative film is not only about memory and the exchange and discovery of world cultures, but also about the journey of a remarkable woman, an Afro-Caribbean soul and an exemplary artist.


« Je ne suis pas devenue une chanteuse de Calypso, je suis née dans le Calypso » Calypso Rose.