Archief catalogeert en contextualiseert een selectief archief Belgische kortfilms, aangevuld in retrospectieve beweging en bij nieuwe releases.
Anne Verbeure, 2021, 11'

Day and night, a giant sits on a hill, far away from his smaller fellow man. He fills his days organising things and making sure everything is in the right place at the right time.

Aulona Fetahaj, 2020, 24'

Drawing on digital memories and using online tools such as Google Maps, Aulona Fetahaj reflects on how it feels to be the child of refugees in the digital age.

The Brazilian trans woman Gisberta lived as an immigrant in Portugal. After she was brutally murdered, she became an icon for the transgender rights cause.

Emmanuel Marre, 2018, 40'

Pierre, 25 years old and on a scholarship for a prestigious Parisian university, is lodged by Francine, who is 75, disabled, and confined to her wheelchair. Both puzzled and disoriented, they witness the French presidential elections of 2017 play out.

Juanita Onzaga, 2017, 20'

Two siblings roam the mystical landscapes of Colombia, searching for their dead father's spirit. Their journey takes them from the city of Bogotá to the jungle, through realms of thought and deep into their haunted dreams.

Louisiana Mees, 2019, 21'

In Athens, five youngsters avoid waiting for an empty future by seeking entertainment in the luxurious Airbnb establishments that one of them is cleaning for a meagre fee.

Luisa Mello, 2019, 10'

A journey through the consciousness of a woman whose country is under threat from a fascist government.

Enzo Smits, 2014, 19'

A portrait of young skateboarders growing up in a Flemish suburban town. We meet different characters going through their daily routines: riding around on their skateboards, waiting, hanging out, daydreaming...

Pauline Fonsny, 2019, 27'

In 1998, Semira Adamu, a 20-year-old Nigerian immigrant, was murdered on Belgian soil by suffocation under a police pillow. Twenty years later, two women tell her story in a cry for justice.

Henri Storck, 1930, 8'

The beach and its sunbathers. A series of sketches, small moments that culminate in a wry, loving portrait of a Sunday at the beach.

Ibro Hasanović, 2015, 8'

Intimate, emotional, and sometimes violent moments of farewell: men, women, and children leave their homes for an (unknown) future as migrants.

Emmanuel Marre, 2017, 30'

A film about highways, tourists, concrete picnic tables, and lukewarm melons. About a man who wants to leave and a child who stops him. A summer movie.

Raoul Servais, 1968, 9'

A lonesome angler becomes witness to an eccentric idyll between a cabin boy and a mermaid. Dream or reality?

A ship drifts in the middle of an endless sea. Aboard is a crew of five. They all cope with boredom — some by trying to overpower it; others by escaping into a parallel world guided by dreams.