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During the BRIFF, all film professionals are invited into the city center in order to discuss the future of European cinema through meetings and forums: its promotion, its distribution network, how to focus on its core audience.
Participating will be: l’Union des Producteurs Francophones de Films, l’Association des Scénaristes de l’Audiovisuel, l’Association des Réalisateurs & Réalisatrices de Films, l’Union des Artistes, Europe Distribution …

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The call for entries for the competitions of the 3rd edition of Brussels International Film Festival (BRIFF) is now open!

  • The International Competitionis a selection of works amongst the best films around the world, careflly curated by the programmers to showcase arthouse films that tell compelling stories.
  • The Director’s Week focuses on emerging directors with a bold and distinctive style and point of view, to celebrate the creativity and the future of European cinema.
  • The National Competition aims to highlight the quality and diversity of Belgian talents.

Registration fees for International Competition & Director’s Week competitions:

  • 30€ before March, 1 2020
  • 50€ between March, 1 and April, 1 2020

Registration deadline : April 1, 2020

Regulations :

 

As a film professional, you can also join our activities such as the Co-Production Forum, the Industry Day and several master classes. More info soon.

Accreditation Request

  • An accreditation is a pass strictly reserved for film professionals.
  • You can request an accreditation by filling out our online accreditation form below.
  • Once your request has been analysed, you will receive an email confirming that your request has been accepted or rejected.
  • Please note that incomplete, incorrect applications and applications without an ID size photo won’t be taken into consideration.
  • It is only once your application is accepted that you pay for your accreditation. The submission is free.
  • We will send you all the information regarding this payment.

The Brussels International Film Festival offers two types of accreditations:

CLASSIC ACCREDITATION

The classic accreditation costs:

30€ before June 1st
40€ from June 1st
60€ on site

The classic accreditation gives acces to:

All the Festival Screenings (within the limits of available seats)
The Opening Ceremony (on reservation only)
The Closing Ceremony (on reservation only)
The Opening Ceremony of the Directors' week (on reservation only)

PREMIUM ACCREDITATION

The premium accreditation costs:

55€ before June 1st
70€ from June 1st
90€ on site

The premium accreditation gives acces to:

All the Festival Screenings (within the limits of available seats)
The Opening Ceremony (on reservation only)
The Closing Ceremony (on reservation only)
The Opening Ceremony of the Directors' week (on reservation only)
Priority access to some previews
Industry Happy Hour

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Brussels co-production forum

The Brussels co-production forum has taken place for the 4th time during the Brussels International Film Festival.

The co-production forum is an initiative that aims to promote partnerships between European producers, as well as support and train a young generation of producers in the development of their first projects.

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This year, the Brussels co-production forum is organised in two sections :

  • The first section aims to train and help a new generation of producers to get into the development of their project through business meetings and training workshops.
  • The second section focuses on gap financing with producers who are looking for an additional Belgian budget for their feature film project.

The selected project of the 4th edition:

  • Young producers section
      • Domingo by Raúl López Echeverría produced by Leslie Jacob - Fiction - France
      • Kerttu - If I would talk to you by Kirsi Marie Liimatainen produced by Kirsi Marie Liimatainen & Johanna Kokko - Fiction - Finland
      • Little Hands by Natalie Beder produced by Nelson Ghrenassia - Fiction - France
      • My name is Clara by Sarra Abidi produced by Sarra Abidi - Fiction - Tunisia
      • Talia’s journey by Christophe Rolin produced by Christophe Rolin & Marc Recchia - Fiction - Belgium
      • The Surrealists by Markus Mörth produced by Markus Mörth - Fiction - Austria
      • Today is the last day of the rest of your life by Stefanie Sargnagel & Benjamin Swiczinsky produced by Roland Hablesreiter - Animation - Austria
      • Wedding on my street by Shota Gamisonia produced by Vladimer Chikhradze - Fiction - Georgia
  • Gap financing section
      • Black Star by Philippe Lacôte produced by Diane Jassem & Céline Chapdaniel - Fiction - France
      • Diluat (Ink Wash) by Sarra Torakidis produced by Anca Piu - Fiction - Romania
      • Dziesma par dzelzs aizkaru (Iron Song) by Oskars Rupenheits produced by Antra Cilinska - Fiction - Latvia
      • Kiken by Carlos Ameglio produced by Mariana Secco - Fiction - Uruguay
      • Las Niñas (Girls) by Pilar Palomero produced by Valérie Delpierre & Alex Lafuente - Fiction - Spain
      • Sluga (The Servant) by Marian Crisan produced by Marian Crisan - Fiction - Romania
      • Skjalfti (Quake) by Tinna Hrafnsdottir produced by Hlin Johannesdottir - Fiction - Iceland
      • Sous terre (Under the earth) by Corinne Garfin produced by Maria Blincharska & Damien Mc Donald - Fiction - France
      • Woman do cry by Mina Mileva & Vesela Kazakova produced by Mina Mileva & Vesela Kazakova - Fiction - Bulgaria
      • Zgjoi (Hive) by Blerta Basholli produced by Paskal Semini - Fiction - Albania

Please note that the Brussels International Film Festival doesn’t take charge of the transport or the accommodation of the producers who only participate in the forum as auditors.

Contact : Romane Pangrazzi - forum@briff.be

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