dinsdag 14 juni 2016


Film 7 min 32"

Images from the Expo 1958 in Brussels exude faith in modernity, the future, and the possibilities of technology. The soundtrack is from the 1980s, when a series of attacks unsettled Belgium. Sound and image, fear and optimism collide.


FRONTDOC 2017, Aosta 6 - 11 November 2017, Official Competition Experimental (IT)
Sarajevo Film Festival, Sarajevo 11 - 18 August 2017 Official Competition European Shorts (BA)
Visite at Het Bos, Antwerp 13 August 2017 (BE)
XX edition of the Guanajuato International Film Festival, Guanajuato July 21 - 30 2017 Official Competition Experimental Short Film (MX)
WIELS, Brussels 27 MAY 2017 (BE)
International Film Festival Rotterdam 25 JAN - 5 FEBR 2017 (NL)
Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur |The Short Film Festival of Switzerland | 8 – 13 November 2016 Official Competition International (CH)
FIAC,Hors les Murs, Films d'Artistes, FIDMARSEILLE 19 - 22 OCTOBER 2016 PARIS (FR)


dinsdag 7 juni 2016

Le Plus Fort 2018


Directing: Fanny Zaman & Dominik Daggelinckx

listen to the SCORE: drafts of the score


Le plus fort is an authors film in development. 
Our national post war history (Belgium) is idiosyncratically marked in our own memory through a series of iconic images. The film deals with sound and image concerning awakening, emancipation, halt and decay but not necessarily chronological.

The estimated duration is 30 minutes.

Conseil d’Etat a short 7’32 screened at FIDMarseille 2016 is the first of a series. Le plus fort (released Autumn 2018) is the second. Both films are pseudo didactic alternative school lectures dealing with obscure details in our national history. Conspiracy flavour, a neutral didactic voice, evidence brought to light by changing the context or by changing the score. 

We start from the Belgian Post-War period, how we’ve experienced it growing up in Belgium. The film reflects upon the coming of age of a country in sync with our own coming of age. 
By selecting the footage for the film we focus on the periphery of historical events. We looked for images and sounds that were collateral to canonic mediagenic events. 
This focus on the periphery stems from growing up in Belgium. It was like growing up in the periphery of the United States of America.