• diverse , 2017
    60 minutes
    English
    4 November 2017

    Act! Cut! Play (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    Act! Cut! Play! is an interdisciplinary talent development project with the ambition to lift the quality of fashion films to a higher level. Three teams existing of a designer, theatre maker, and filmmaker from either the Netherlands or Flanders, were challenged to work together to investigate the possibilities and boundaries of their disciplines and the provided ‘format’ of the fashion film.

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  • diverse , 2017
    90 minutes
    English
    4 November 2017

    Award Ceremony and Screenings (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    The award ceremony is a celebration of the art of fashion films with a must-see selection of high-profile international fashion films that have been noticed and critically acclaimed. In addition, two brand new local fashion films will be presented. Right after the screening nominees and winners will be announced by the jury.

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  • From age 16 and up Offensive use of language Violence
    Alex van Warmerdam, 2013
    112 minutes
    Jan Bijvoet, Hadewych Minis, Jeroen Perceval, Annet Malherbe, Alex van Warmerdam
    Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark
    Dutch
    1 November 2017

    Borgman

    Camiel Borgman is the central character in this dark, malevolent fable. His arrival in the tree-lined avenues of an exclusive residential area is the beginning of a series of unsettling events around the carefully constructed facade of an arrogant, wealthy couple, their three children and the nanny.

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  • diverse , 2017
    50 minutes
    English
    4 November 2017

    Dutch Fashion Films (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    A selection of fashion films made in the Netherlands by emerging Dutch film makers and fashion designers.

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  • diverse , 2017
    51 minutes
    English
    4 November 2017

    Fashion Makes Sense (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    A selection of short fashion films and documentaries that are showing that fashion can make sense. FASHIONCLASH strongly believes that the art of fashion can stimulate critical debate about controversial issues in our society. Fashion film as a medium is an incredible discipline to tell stories, to address controversial issues, to create a dialogue and connect disciplines.

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  • From age 12 and up Fear Offensive use of language
    Kornél Mundruczó, 2017
    123 minutes
    Merab Ninidze, Zsombor Jéger, György Cserhalmi, Mónika Balsai
    Hungary, Germany
    Hungarian
    2 November 2017

    Jupiter's Moon

    A surreal, visually breath-taking gloss on the brutal reality of the current refugee crisis. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS FILM IS IN HUNGARIAN, WITH DUTCH SUBTITLES.

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  • From age 9 and up Fear Offensive use of language
    Xavier Giannoli, 2015
    127 minutes
    Catherine Frot, Andre Marcon, Michel Fau, Christa Theret, Denis Mpunga
    France, Czech Republic, Belgium
    French
    9 November 2017

    Marguerite - Film en Concert

    Encouraged by a sarcastic journalist, a rich French woman who sings terribly out of tune decides to pursue a career in music. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS FILM IS IN FRENCH, WITH DUTCH SUBTITLES.

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  • Ruben Östlund, 2011
    118 minutes
    Kevin Vaz, Yannick Diakité, Abdiaziz Hilowle, Nana Manu, Anas Abdirahman
    Sweden, France
    Swedish
    13 November 2017

    Play

    On the occasion of the release of this year’s Palme d’Or-winner THE SQUARE (November 9), Lumière retakes two earlier films of Swedish director Ruben Östlund, including PLAY, an astute observation based on real cases of bullying.

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  • diverse , 2017
    90 minutes
    17 November 2017

    Shift Short Film Competition Selection 1

    First selection films in competition:

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  • diverse , 2017
    90 minutes
    18 November 2017

    Shift Short Film Competition Selection 2

    Second selection films in competition:

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  • , 2017
    90 minutes
    English
    4 November 2017

    The State of Fashion (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    Niccolo Montanari in conversation with a panel existing of Raquel Couceiro (Showstudio), Ditte Marie Lund (Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival), Kathryn Ferguson (film maker, director).

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  • All audiences Offensive use of language
    Béla Tarr, 2011
    146 minutes
    János Derzsi, Erika Bók, Mihály Kormos, Ricsi
    Hungary
    Hungarian
    19 November 2017

    The Turin Horse

    The masterful film by Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr bears all the hallmarks of his singular style including long takes, suggestive music, black-and-white photography and almost no dialogue. A trance-inducing work of unparalleled beauty. This special screening will be attended by director Béla Tarr.

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  • From age 9 and up Fear Offensive use of language
    Ruben Ostlund, 2014
    120 minutes
    Johannes Kuhnke, Lisa Loven Kongsli, Vincent Wettergren, Clara Wettergren, Kristofer Hivju
    Sweden, France, Norway
    Swedish, English, French, Norwegian
    14 November 2017

    Turist

    On the occasion of the release of this year’s Palme d’Or-winner THE SQUARE (November 9), Lumière retakes two earlier films of Swedish director Ruben Östlund, including TURIST, an observational comedy about the role of the male in modern family life. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS FILM IS IN SWEDISH, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND NORWEGIAN, WITH DUTCH SUBTITLES.

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  • Mint Film Office, 2017
    99 minutes
    Netherlands
    Dutch, English
    3 November 2017

    We Margiela (Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival)

    Opening film of the Fashionclash Fashion Film Festival. Including a short introduction by the festival founders.

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