SCREENING #14

In accordance with current COVID-19 regulations, our screenings this year will accommodate only a very limited number of guests at the same time. For this reason we have decided to play every screening multiple times. Screening #14 includes 1 feature film and 2 short films. All films are English spoken and/or English subtitled.

Entry:

Tickets are 6€. Buy a ticket and we'll plant a tree with Tree Plan! 1 ticket = 1 tree.

Free tickets available for students, seniors, and unemployed or low income guests: request yours here.

Dates and times:

- Monday 17 May 2021, 16:00 – 18:00   Get tickets 

- Wednesday 19 May, 20:00 – 22:00  Get tickets 

- Saturday 22 May 2021, 14:00 – 16:00   Get tickets 

Location:

Alfred Skull Art Gallery

Alpacastraat 29

9000 Ghent

Belgium

Displacement (Poland)

by Jacek Jędrzejczak

This documentary is a recording of one of the autotherapy sessions conducted in Institute 116 in Warsaw. The topic is displaced aggression: redirecting aggression from its initial and unavailable source towards a different, more accessible target. This intimate session was conducted and recorded by Jacek Jedrzejczak, psychologist and artist. Running time: 00:06:37

Trailer

Int.Anouchka-Night (Belgium)

by Louise Hansenne

Anouchka is a 30-year-old scriptwriter who works in a wine bar to earn a living. She retraces her last 15 years of alcoholism through a script she wrote us. Running time: 00:20:15

African Bride (Netherlands)

by Roy Dames, Jos Driessen

A feature documentary, following a retired white Belgian native in Kenya, where young beautiful black women see him as a way out of their misery. In his quest for real love he is confronted with his own mistrust, prejudices and a dark past. Running time: 01:26:01

Trailer

  • Facebook

© 2020 VIEWPOINT DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL. A TARKOVSKI LTD. PROJECT