An Insas graduate, Tania Garbarski alternates, without taking any breaks, between film, theatre and television. Winner of the Prix Jean Carnet, the Prix Joseph Plateau, and nominated for 2 Magrittes du Cinéma, she graced the screen recently in Faut pas lui dire by S. Cicurel (winner of the Magritte for best first feature) and in Ma Reum by F. Quiring.
On the stage, after the resounding success of Promenade de santé by Nicolas Bedos, she is staying busy with Tuyauterie by P. Blasband which is being performed continuously in Belgium, France and Switzerland. For television, she just completed Season 2 of the series Les Bracelets rouges for TF1 and is getting ready to shoot Season 2 of Papa ou Maman for M6.
In July she will be performing at the Festival d’Avignon in the theatrical adaptation of the movie Les émotifs anonymes and she just wrapped S. Cicurel’s latest film Adorables. She also directed her first short, Madame papa.
Alice de Lenquesaing (born in 1991) has been a film actor for more than 10 years. She has been in numerous feature films in a variety of supporting roles. She has worked with Mia Hansen Love, Maiwenn, Guillaume Nicloux, Raschdy Zem, François Ozon, and Katell Quillévéré. Additionally, she impressed with her turns in Amélie Van Elmbt’s La tête la première, and more recently in Carine Tardieu’s Otez-moi d’un doute.
In the theatre, she played in Alexis Michalik’s latest show Intra Muros, and in the film Edmond. After studying literature, she directed a short and is developing another, and is also working on the screenplay of a feature film as part of a Master of Audiovisual Writing at Paris X Université de Nanterre.
Benjamin Parent started by collaborating with Thomas VDB on his first shows as well as his radio columns on France Inter. He then switched to screenwriting with Didier Barcelo for the short The End selected by Berlin in 2002. Following that he directed his first short, followed by Ce n’est pas un film de cowboys which was selected by the Semaine de la Critique at Cannes that same year and by over 90 other festivals, garnering forty awards. In 2013 he was nominated for the César for the best short. He wrote the screenplay for Hugo Gélin’s new film: Mon Inconnue (opens April 2019). In 2015, with Joris Morio he created the teen series Les Grands for OCS.
He just completed his first feature, Un Vrai Bonhomme (Delante), the screenplay of which was selected for Emergences.
Eloi Ragot is a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He composed the music for the RTBF series La Trêve. Self-taught on the guitar and the piano, Eloi learned to play the trumpet at the conservatory and played in various musical groups before composing his first short movie soundtrack in 2008. An awardee of numerous workshops and artist residencies such as the Berlinale Talent and Emergence, in his work he creates different sensorial and immersive musical worlds. Eloi recently finished the soundtrack for the feature length documentary L’Orchestre Rouge and is currently composing the music for Canadian filmmaker Kim St-Pierre’s first feature Réservoir.
Born in Uccle in 1976, Gary Seghers is a Belgian director, screenwriter and film editor. He studied photography at Infac in Brussels and was an editor for ten years for Belgian television.
In 2013, he directed Intus, his first short, with Jérémie Rénier. The movie was selected by the Brussels Short Film Festival that same year as well as by over forty festivals worldwide, winning three awards.
From 2015 to 2018, with Matthieu Frances, he directed seasons 1 and 2 of the series Ennemi public. Currently, his first fiction feature is in development.
Jean-Benoit Ugeux is a Belgian actor, director and screenwriter based in Brussels but is often on the road. He works mainly on low budget and/or improvised movies with Emmanual Marre, Cédric Bourgeois, Benoit Mariage, Xavier Seron, Matthieu Donck, Michaël Roskam, Kervern-Délépine, Julien Rambaldi…He loves the music of Bach, eating pizza, and walking in the woods. He often sports a beautiful mustache