Four Belgian science fiction shorts premiered at BIFFF 2019
Destination Reached (2018), by Michiel Geluykens, Manuel Janssens.
"But munchkin, you should always avoid the E40 during rush hour ..." Split between her protective husband and her inscrutable GPS, Katja is on her way to Düsseldorf for an important convention. The undefined battle with her GPS has an overwhelming continuation …
Parallax (2018), by Amber Van Acker
Parallax questions love and its sincerity, when you cannot even look to the person you love in the eyes.
Soleil Noir (2018), by Adrien Léonard and Laure de Martelaere.
On her way home, a woman feels like she is being watched. She locks herself in her room and falls asleep, feeling safer. A dark ball comes out from under her bed.
The Passport (2018), by Olivier H. Dressen.
Brian wakes up in a dark alley with no memory of who he is or how he got there. On a mission to figure out his identity, he discovers truths that were better left forgotten. Through flashbacks, we learn more and more about Brian and how he got there.
Joke Devynck, Peter Van Asbroeck, Roos Van Acker, Rodney Nova, Victor Peeters, Dorien De Clippel, Reindert Vermeire, Charlène Sauldé, Michael Koltes, Andy Ma, Dante Pang, Patrick Ip
Writer: Manuel Janssens, Michiel Geluykens, Charlotte Van Den Bogaert, Olivier Hero Dressen, Michael Koltes; Photography: Wim Adriaenssens, Wouter Van Achte, Jeffrey Weil; Sound: Matijs Guypen, Dries Fontaine, Joost Prins, Pierre Bruyns; Editors: Joppe Van den Brande, Amber Van Acker, Lukas Falesse, Pascal Oberlin; Visual Effects: Bart Winckers, Lukas Falesse; Music: Tom Bauwens, Nagloed, Monsieur Magnetik, Leo Copet
BIFFF - Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival