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Ket & Doc

    Five Flemish documentaries for children and youth

    Tribute to the recent Flemish documentary film production for kids through the script writing and film production programme Ket & Docs, hosted by the JEF organisation for children’s cinema. The movies from 2019 were carefully selected by the JEF, regarding cinematographers, the children that actively participate in choosing the theme and direction of the movies, the Flanders Audiovisual Services Organization as a production’s funder, but also TV stations as film distribution channels beyond cinema.

    Η Μπέρτα και το Βόλφραμ / Bertha and the Wolfram / Bertha en de Wolfram

    Tijs Torfs, Βέλγιο / Belgium,16′, 2020

    Meet Bertha, a 13-year-old Belgian girl fighting every day against her ultimate enemy: Wolfram. Wolfram is a rare disease that affects her nervous system with major consequences on her eyesight. To fight Wolfram, Bertha has her own secret weapon: creativity.

    Πέρα από τ’ άστρα / Beyond our stars

    Sara van Oostrum, Βέλγιο / Belgium, 15’, 2022

    Children seek answers to their big questions about the mystery of life and death.

    Γκολ / Goals

    Florinda Ciucio, Βέλγιο / Belgium, 15’, 2022

    Two neighboring girls share the same dream: become a successful football player, score for their team and maybe even for the national team.

    Radio Felix

    Lauranne Van den Heede, Βέλγιο / Belgium, 15’, 2020

    Radio Felix reports on the major events on earth. Actually, Felix’s messages are no more than a representation of his own daily reality: noisy classmates, chaos in the classroom, tensions with fellow students. For Felix, who has autism spectrum disorder, school is a challenge.

    Η Γιάρεν και ο ήλιος / Yaren and the Sun / Yaren en de Zon

    Joren Slaets, Renate Raman, Βέλγιο / Belgium, 19′, 2021

    Four years ago, ten-year-old Yaren lost her mother. This summer she nervously leaves for a special kind of camp: a grieving camp. Here she gets the space she needs to share her grief with children in the same position, and above all to laugh and dance together.

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