2nd Wallimage/Bruxellimage session: Oh yes! So many women!

  • 20.10.2009

Oh we know (but we like to repeat) that economic criteria related to the regional positive consequences and the potential cash return determine the choices of Wallimage/Bruxellimage’s directors. But this does not keep our webmaster to find “objective coincidences” like the common point between all the five applications accepted during the 2nd investment session: all these films have women, women, and more women! First, the well named Oh no, it’s a woman! by Antwerp-born Hilde Van Mieghem, produced by Caviar Films. Then there’s Julie Depardieu and Carole Bouquet who play in Libre Echange for Nexus, and Virginie Effira in La Chance de ma vie for François-Xavier Demaison, produced by Scope Pictures. In a totally different style there is La Maison du Lucchese, the first feature film for our fellow Belgian Pierre Duculot (produced by Need), this film is also a portrait of a woman, played by Christelle Cornil who has been with the director since his first short film. And all of this ends with … Alles is Liefde by Jan Verheyen, produced by Eyeworks