The Brussels Independent Film Festival champions independent, low-budget productions. It does so not only at cinema Galeries and cinema RITCS, but also at surprising locations like the Atomium.
That is where the festival is opening this year, with a screening of the Brussels production Etangs Noirs (we’ll have more on this closer to the release on 6 March). Another eye-catcher is the documentary Reset, for which Aldine Reinink spent two years filming artist Gert Robijns (photo, on the left) during the renovation of his grandmother’s house into the sculpture/art gallery Reset Home.
BRUSSELS INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL 10 > 16/2, Multiple locations