2013 | Fiction| 90′ | BE | vo Fr

with:  Laure Cavalléra, Amir Khalid, Daniela Bisconti, Lénaïc Brulé

She wants a child, he wants papers. Hope, desire, distress and crossed destinies. Everything is possible in Brussels.







2010 | Documentary| 47′ | ARM | vo Eng Fr st Fr Nl Eng

In ‘Because We Are Visual’ Olivia Rochette and Gerard- Jan Claes immerse themselves into the world of public video journals. The Internet and its online communities intend to bring people closer together and to connect them. Yet, surprisingly, it seems that the virtual world confronts these so-called vloggers more than ever with their own loneliness. This documentary allows the viewer to discover this contemporary phenomenon and focusesvon the experience of the body within this virtual space.vBy means of visual material gathered from online sources, the cineastes create a unique poetic realm in which thoughts, fears, desires and worries, shared via the webcam, merge together.








| Short | 5′ | BEL | Vo fr |
Protest actions by a horde of women with breasts red with anger and red noses, invading the public space and events in Brussels.




| Docu | 13′ | Maroc |
Zahra, a simple housewife, finds herself at a taxi stand outside the city. Tired of her role as mother and wife, she dreams of one day leaving everything behind her.




2013 | Documentary| 12′ | ARM | vo Arm st Fr Eng

Where is Armenia? Tampering with historical truth in London’s British Museum.







| Short | 9’52 | MAR | 

A young woman has to take care of her old nagging father. She is torn between escaping this stifling environment and her sense of duty.







2014 | Docu | 79′ | DE | vo De st Fr Nl Eng |
The film begins in a dermatological surgery in Cologne. Bella Joy has her labia plumped up with hyaluronan and is very pleased with the result… Directors Ulrike Zimmermann and Claudia Richarz present their comprehensive and non-sensationalistic research into the history of the female anatomy from the 16th to the 21st century – from the risqué and at times the sad to the comical aspects – thereby celebrating the diversity of the female body.


Showing the vulva scares off bears and lions, makes wheat grow higher, calms storm tides and demons fear it. The devil runs away. Showing the vulva can save the world.” C. R & U. Z




2013 | Documentaire | 83′ | UK | vo Eng st Fr Nl

“Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth is a feature documentary film which tells the compelling story of an extraordinary woman’s journey from her birth in a paper-thin shack in cotton fields of Putnam County, Georgia to her recognition as a key writer of the 20th Century.

Alice Walker made history as the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for her groundbreaking novel, The Color Purple, which has been transformed from a novel, to a Hollywood movie and latterly to a successful Broadway musical. This universal story of

triumph against all odds is not that different from Walker’s own story. Born in 1944, eighth child of sharecroppers, her early life unfolded in the midst of violent racism and poverty

during some of the most turbulent years of profound social and political changes in North American history. Alice Walker’s inspiring journey is also a story of a country and a people at the fault line of historical changes. Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth offers audiences a penetrating look at the life and art of an artist, a selfconfessed renegade and human rights activist.”

 PRIZE : The Lennon Ono Peace Award

“Writing saved me from the sin and inconvenience of violence.” A. Walker







Short | 30′ | GTM/ FR | vo st FR

“Actoras de Cambio, which means “”Actresses for Change””, is a feminist collective in Guatemala which was founded to break the silence surrounding the rapes committed mainly against indigenous women during the 36 year-long civil war. It is estimated that soldiers – and sometimes even resistants – raped around 40,000 women during the armed conflict. It took fifteen years after the end of the war to begin to release the patriarchal straightjacket imposed on female victims, who until then hadn’t been able to talk about these crimes committed against them. This documentary shows the work accomplished by the survivors and the collective, who enabled women to come together in small local groups to tell their stories and hear those of others, and to understand this sexual violence in the context of men’s global domination over women. Building on these meetings, the groups of women developed their own healing methods, began to take action to achieve alternative forms of justice and organise festivals of memory, to fight against men’s impunity.”




| Short | 16′ | MAR | 

In Marocco, you cannot legally adopt a child, you can only take care of him/her. Filiation is very strict and can only be ‘natural’. A growing problem in a society that refuses to offer any solutions.