The first series is entirely dedicated to love, that timeless theme that we never stop talking about. “L’amour tout court” includes four short films that highlight the many nuances of love: the longing for it, the search for it, the courage it takes and the insight that relationships can blossom in various forms.
Total duration: 1h16
Dialogues: Dutch, French
Subtitles: Dutch, French
The program consists of the following films:
Des choses en commun
Ann Sirot et Raphaël Balboni / 2020 / 24 min
Their destinies intersect on board shared cars. Whether it concerns a visit to a shopping center, a festival, a wedding, or simply a ride with a driving instructor, drivers and passengers test and (re)discover love, friendship or family…
Brussels Short Film Festival
Festival du film de Sarlat – Prix du jury
Le Court and this Long – Prix du public
Jean Le Peltier / 2019 / 17 min Vincent, an actor who feels more comfortable on stage than expressing his love, tired of wandering on dating apps and looking in vain for love, is influenced by his conversations with an old man who reminds him that his shyness and fear of looking ridiculous won’t go away with time.
Brussels Short Film Festival – 2019
Festival Les Enfants Terribles
Lennert Madou / 2021 / 12 min Otto lives in a remote village, where he mainly spends his free time with his two best friends. Despite this company, he has a great loss in his life. His boyfriend, who is a professional dancer, lives hundreds of miles away.
Best Debut Short Film Festival Leuven 2021 – Best Debut Short Film Festival Leuven 2021
Brussels Film Festival 2022 – Best Belgian Film
Helsinki International Film Festival – Love and Anarchy 2022
The very tired man and the woman who passionately loved bonsai
Nyk Dekeyser, Evelien Declercq / 2022 / 23 min When a woman responds to the remarkable advertisement ‘Man is looking for a woman to die for’, it is the beginning of a special love story. The man is tired, exhausted. He wants to die, but he can’t. While she tends her bonsai trees, she helps the man to die. He slowly grows closer to her and she forms and cuts love.
– Official selection Leuven Short Film Festival 2022
Discover below the days and locations where you can watch En Cour
– Palace (Brussels): 12/12
– CC Strombeek: 12/12
– Short Film Festival Leuven/Cinema ZED: 29/11
– Studio Skoop (Ghent): 29/11
– Cinema ZED Hasselt: 19/12
– De Cinema (Antwerp): to be confirmed
– CC Diest: to be confirmed
– CC Nivelles: to be confirmed
– Grignoux Namur: 21/12 to 8pm
– Grignoux Liège: 20/12 to 8pm