Kijk presenteert een gecureerde collectie korte films, met ruimte voor fictie en non-fictie, animatie en videokunst, experiment en cross-overs. Belgische kortfilms vormen de ruggengraat van de catalogus, en worden gekoppeld aan een inhoudelijk, vormelijk of anders aanvullende internationale kortfilm, gekozen door een gastcurator uit het werkveld.
De films in deze collectie zijn wereldwijd beschikbaar via video on demand, met Engelse en Nederlandse ondertiteling. Abonneren kan ook: voor slechts €25 krijg je een jaar lang toegang tot het volledige aanbod. Daarmee steun je niet alleen ons magazine, maar ook de betrokken filmmakers. Maandelijks wordt een nieuwe double bill gepubliceerd. presents a curated collection of short films, with room for fiction and non-fiction, animation and video art, experiments and crossovers. Belgian short films form the backbone of the catalogue and are linked to a thematically, formally, or otherwise complementary international short film picked by a guest curator from the industry.
All films in this collection are available worldwide via video-on-demand, with English and Dutch subtitles. For only €25/year, you can subscribe to the entire catalogue. This way, you support our magazine and the filmmakers involved. A new double bill is published every month.
© Rode Reus (Anne Verbeure, 2021)

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.

© she asked me where i was from (Aulona Fetahaj, 2019)

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.

© Lost Exile (Fisnik Maxville, 2016)

Hana is trying to escape from a lack of perspective in Kosovo. She meets Emir, a smuggler in Serbia who will drive her to Hungary. On the road, complications arise.

© À Gis (Thiago Carvalhaes, 2017)

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.

© D’un château l’autre (Emmanuel Marre, 2018)

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.

© No Signal (Adrien Genoudet, 2021)

Sitting in her kitchen, Marie-Thérèse realizes she misses everything except her husband. She wanted to be the Princess of Monaco, but after being unhappily wed for seventy years, she must accept she is not.

© The Jungle Knows You Better Than You Do (Juanita Onzaga, 2017)

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.

© Nowhere Else (Lee Kyeong-won, 2021)

After going missing, a woman is unable to remember her past until her former husband pays her a visit and she recalls a memory of where she lived with the man a long time ago.

© Waithood (Louisiana Mees, 2019)

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.

© Copa-Loca (Christos Massalas, 2017)

This is the story of Copa-Loca. Paulina is the girl at the heart of this abandoned Greek summer resort. Everyone cares for her and she cares about everyone – in every possible way.

© Água e Sal (Luisa Mello, 2019)

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

© Borde de nieve (Juan Francisco Rodríguez, 2021)

The thaw of the so-called eternal snow of Páramo, a neotropical alpine ecosystem in the high Andes, exposes a layer of meaning about the origins and survival of the landscape.

© All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Enzo Smits, 2014)

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...

© I Am Good At Karate (Jess Dadds, 2021)

Portrait of a young teenager with mental health issues who is passionate about karate. They wander around a housing estate in East Kent, locked in verbal and physical battles with a hallucinatory demon.

© À l'usage des vivants (Pauline Fonsny, 2019)

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.

© Trains de plaisir (Henri Storck, 1930)

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

© Night Train (Aya Kawazoe)

A young couple in Kyoto. A girl makes up an excuse to run away from her monotonous life. She would like to say something to her boyfriend. Can she still return now that night is falling?

© Note on Multitude (Ibro Hasanović, 2015)

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

© The Summer Movie (Emmanuel Marre, 2018)

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.

© Lo Que No Se Dice Bajo El Sol (Eduardo Esquivel, 2017)

Ana’s life changes radically when she divorces at the age of 40. In front of her family, it gets harder every day to keep pretending everything is fine.

 © elephantfish (Meltse Van Coillie, 2018)

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.

© Sirène (Raoul Servais, 1968)

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

© Seen It! (Adithi Krishnadas, 2021)

A marvelous menagerie of monsters, straight from the imagination of Mr. P. N. K. Panicker of Kerala, India, a top-notch teller of tall tales.