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Dates: June 24th, 27th & 28th 2022

This activity is organised in French

For: screenwriters, directors, producers, buyers (international sales, distribution, TV, …), investors (regional funds, …)

Call for projects: closed

In partnership with the ARRF and the ASA

PiTCH aims at connecting film authors, resident of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (the French-speaking Community of Belgium) with potential partners for their feature fiction project (producers, broadcasters, sales agents, distributors, …) during a pitch session.

The projects are submitted as a one-page long synopsis and are assessed and selected by a selection committee of authors.

The authors selected will benefit from individual training sessions with a pitch expert before pitching their project to an audience of film professionals.


The call for projects for the 2022 edition of the event is open until April 21st. French-speaking authors based in Belgium are invited to submit their project by sending a one-page long synopsis along with the entry form on the event’s website, here.


June 24th
9am - 4pm

Individual training sessions of the authors with the pitch expert

June 27th
9am - 1pm

Presentation of the projects without a producer attached

1pm - 2.30pm

Collective lunch for all participants (authors and attendees)

2.30pm - 5.30pm

One-to-one meetings with the authors

June 28th
9am - 1pm

Presentation of the projects with a producer attached and the CCA’s small scale-productions

1pm - 2.30pm

Collective lunch for all participants (authors and attendees)

  • ARRF Award (500€ cash) : Cloë jolis monstres by Pauline Roque
  • ASA Award (consultancy in script doctoring for a value of 500€) : Wallifornia Dreamin' by Daphné Huynh & Lucy Mattot
  •  SACD Award (500€ cash) : Tell al Zaatar (La colline du thym) by Sarah Carlot Jaber
  • SABAM Award (500€ cash) : Quand ce sera la fin du monde on sera riches by Rémi Allier
  • Screen.Brussels Award (2 x 500€ cash) : Black Moon Tango by Georges Vanev & Emilie Franco & L'homme de chambre by Diane Ntahimpera
  • Triodos Award (500€ cash) : L'or rouge by Mathieu Volpe

The 16 projects selected for this 2nd edition, among about 100 applications, were :

10 emerging projects (without a producer):

  •     "Wallifornia dreamin’" by Daphné Hyunh
  •     "Paradise" by Elisabeth Silveiro
  •     "In Vivo" by Maud Carpentier & Boris Tilquin
  •     "Caniche Killer" by Romain Pradaut
  •     "Black Moon Tango" by Georges Vanev & Emilie Franco
  •     "L’homme de chambre" by Diane Ntahimpera
  •     "Secret de famille" by Farah Youssouf
  •     "Cloë jolis monstres" by Pauline Roque
  •     "Piège" by Simon Heymans
  •     "Tell al Zaatar (La colline du thym)" by Sarah Carlot Jaber

6 advanced projects (with a producer):

  •     "Le rocher des grands malades" by Caroline Bruyr (Calach Films)
  •     "L’or rouge" by Mathieu Volpe (Les Films du Fleuve)
  •     "Trouver place" by Anne Levy-Morelle (Need Productions)
  •     "Derrière la porte" by Julien Demarche (White Boat Pictures)
  •     "Pêcher" by Cécile Rittweger (Iota Productions)
  •     "Quand ce sera la fin du monde, on sera riches" by Rémi Allier (Wrong Men)
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