Drawing: Tim Colmant
Cinema Kurt is our recurring short movie-night. Within the span of two hours, we take you on a journey across a diverse selection of shorts. Documentary, animation, drama, comedy, ... everything goes, everything flows.
tu 15.03 - 20:00−22:00
Introduction and Q&A by Tim Maerschand (Kuleshov - Urgent.fm)
entry: €5 (no pre-sale)
This months’ selection:
Zonder MeerMeltse Van Coillie - 2020 - Belgium
In the middle of summer, a six-year-old boy disappears on a campsite. We see the events unfold through the eyes of little Lucie and her older brother Jeroom. They both deal with the terrible news in their own way.
+ Q&A with director Meltse & camera man Harm (interview by Tim Maerschand)
FlatlifeJonas Geirnaert - 2004 - Belgium
In this short film Belgian animator Jonas Geirnaert brings to life the experience of urban cohabitation in his clever depiction of a busy block of flats. The perspective of the camera is upon a panorama of a building, so that we can see inside four different flats and the comings and goings of the residents.
Frederike Migom - 2015 - Belgium
Fighting with her boyfriend on the street in Brussels' Congolese neighbourhood, Eva escapes into a hair salon. The women in the salon initially support her, seeing a woman in distress. But when they discover what the fight was about, opinions differ.
Mind My MindFloor Adams - 2019 - Belgium
Chris, an autistic young man who camouflages his obsession with dive bombers, gets by with the help of Hans, the little guy who lives in his head and translates Chris's social scripts for him.