News 07 OCT 2020

Belgian selection at Un Festival C’est Trop Court!

Un festival c'est trop court! has announced its film selection for its 2020 edition. Four Wallonia-Brussels films are in competition and one in the Femmes d'aujourd'hui section.

Un Festival C’est Trop Court! is a film festival dedicated to cinematogrpahic creations by young artists. The event seeks new tendencies and gathers each year international visitors from all over Europe. The festival will take pace between January 9th and 16th.

In the European competition, we have Nuclear Family by Faustine Crespy (Iris Films) with the help of the Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Music by Jean-Benoît Ugeux (Wrong Men) and Mother's by Hyppolite Leibovici (INSAS).

"Jules, 18 years old, reluctantly spends his holidays in the naturist campsite of his childhood. He is torn between his attraction for the beautiful Karim, a seasonal worker on the textile beach, and the depression of his mother Adèle, who refuses to let him grow up."
- Nuclear Family

"The father and son have not seen each other much in recent years. Time has passed, and the knots are difficult to tighten. Fortunately, there is still psychedelic rock. And Schubert."
- Music

"A portrait of a family of Brussels drag queens spanning four generations during an evening backstage. As masculine features become feminine under layers of makeup and alcohol, hearts open. Difficult subjects are discussed (suicide, coming out and maternal love, for instance), jokes come thick and fast, and generational conflicts become unavoidable components of the discussion."
- Mother’s

In the animated film competition, we have Airhead! by Gasaprad Chabaub (Atelier de Production de La cambre).

"A child is struggling with a maths problem and his own attention problems. He is being helped by a mother who's slowly but surely losing her patience."
- Tête de Linotte !

In the Femmes d’aujourd’hui section, there is the 2020 Oscar nominated short film A Sister by Delphine Girard (Versus production) with the help of the Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

« A night. A car. Alie is in danger. To get by she must make the most important phone call of her life. »
- A Sister