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A large French-language Belgian delegation in Tallinn

The 2022 edition of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival starts this Friday 11 November. Among the films on the programme this year are six French-language Belgian productions.

This Friday 11 November marks the opening of the 26th edition of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. This year's programme includes two feature films and four short films from Wallonia-Brussels. In the Children's Competition Programme, ECFA Competition, is the feature film Yuku and the Himalayan Flower by Arnaud Demuynck & Rémi Durin, produced by La boîte… Productions & Artémis Productions. This adds to the number of selections for this film released on 19 October in Belgian cinemas. 

Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel, a documentary by Amélie van Elmbt & Maya Duverdier, produced by Clin d'oeil films, will be presented in the Doc@PÖFF section. A good selection for this feature film, released in cinemas on Wednesday 9 November. 

In terms of short films, Cuddle by Margot Reumont, produced by OZÙ Productions, will be presented in the Shorts Animation Competition. And Salomé Richard's short fiction film, Amandine en vrai, produced by Wrong Men will be screened in the Shorts Live-Action competition. 

Finally, the Messy Minds - Live Action Documentaries section will show Francisco Javier Rodriguez's self-produced short film Jaime. The film by Guérin Van de Vorst, Tout l'amour du monde, produced by AJC will be shown in the Rebels With Their Shorts section!

Also of note is the presence of the film Close by Lukas Dhont, co-produced by Versus Production, in the Best of Fest section. 

The 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival runs from 11 to 27 November.


Yuku and the flower of the Himalayas

Rémi Durin and Arnaud Demuynck

Feature film / Animation

Dreaming Walls

Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier

Feature film / Documentary


Margot Reumont

Short film / Animation

Amandine en vrai

Salomé Richard

Short film / Fiction

All the love of the world

Guérin Van de Vorst

Short film / Fiction