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Paradisiac + shorts

Bas Van Hoeck - België - 2021 - 93 min.

Eénmalige vertoning i.h.k.v. het Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival op woensdag 20/04 om 20u00
Een ticket kost slechts 6 euro en omvat een gratis drankje in het Skoop Café.
Klik hier voor tickets: Paradisiac + shorts

This Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival screening session features 5 films. All films are in English and/or have English subtitles.

Rivolta e malinconia (Italy) by Mattia Biondi
On the beach where ancient poetry was saved with all its creatures, a romantic artist tries to convince the bourgeois audience of the timelessness of the past.
Running time: 00:05:10.

An Integral Man (Belgium) by Charlotte Gijssels
Jean Paul Van Bendegem, a philosopher and mathematician, is a known public figure in Flanders. The movie offers an intimate look into his insecurities and into how he experiences the world.
Running time: 00:09:34.

Scars (Canada) by Alex Anna
Alex Anna’s body is a canvas: her scars come to life to tell a new story of self-harming. Live action and animation intertwine in this short and poetic documentary, both intimate and universal.
Running time: 00:10:00.

My Father’s Naples (Italy) by Alessia Bottone
Giuseppe used to stare at the horizon as if there was something liberating about it. His daughter Alessia, the director of this film, would often see him staring out the window like that, wondering what could attract his attention so intensely. Giuseppe’s story revolves around the themes of exile and fear of the unknown, which bind Italy’s 20th century migrants, cardboard suitcases in hand, to today’s migrants landing on the country’s southern coast. As the train devours the rails mile after mile, Alessia comes to understand what her father was thinking and seeing: his memories. The return to Naples becomes the opportunity to tell his life’s journey and thus discover her own origins. Because no matter how far we go, we always come back to where it all began.
Running time: 00:20:00.

Paradisiac (Belgium) by Bas Van Hoeck
Paradisiac is a kaleidoscopic portrait of the majestic Hotel Mozart, located in the heart of Brussels. For 26 years, the charming Ben Abderrahman has been the owner of the hotel. Every night, Ben goes out into the streets of Brussels to distribute bread to the less fortunate and to offer his empty hotel rooms to people without a home, people without papers, (trans)migrants, … who need a place to stay and unwind. Completely voluntary and motivated by the Koran, he refuses to keep his luxury to himself and shares it with all those in need. The film gives an insight into this fragile and extraordinary ‘Mozart universe’.
Running time: 00:48:00.


Deel film

Algemeen tarief: 12,00 €
Reductie tarief: 10,00 €
Studio Skoop Junior: 10,00 € (iedereen)
Mikro Skoop: 9,00 € (iedereen) / Korte film: 8,00 € (iedereen)
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Onze reductieprijzen zijn geldig voor:
Kinderen tot 18 jaar / Studenten met een geldige studentenkaart / Werklozen op vertoon van werklozenkaart / Senioren 60+ / Mindervaliden.
Op maandag (behalve op feestdagen) komt iedereen binnen aan het reductietarief.

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