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Next Generation Competition 4

29.04.2023 – 22.30 – Flagey
02.05.2023 – 14.00 – Flagey

Each year, the Next Generation competition presents a selection of films made by students in Belgian and international film schools.

34 films were selected amongst the 895 films received.

Les dauphins (Dolphins)

Rubi Demargot

Pays Belgium
Genre Documentary
2023 - 11'30" - Couleur - Sous-titres: VO FR ST EN/NL
Moral harassment does its damage in silence. It leaves its victims silent until the body acts like a machine crying out for help. The fear and shame of the victims is not visible, but their voices testify for their suffering in Belgian theatre schools.


Konrad Kultys

Pays Poland
Genre Fiction
2021 - 18'00'' - Couleur - Sous-titres: VO ST FR/EN
Tough skinhead Adam ignores his disability, despite it he tries to dominate his loved ones. A decision by his caring brother to change jobs pushes Adam to reconsider his situation and face up to his own limitations.

Translucide (Behind the glass)

Lucien Lepoutre

Pays Belgium
Genre Fiction
2022 - 20'30" - Couleur - Sous-titres: VO FR ST EN/NL
Glenn, a punk on edge, searches for his missing dog in a psychiatric home shelter.


Danilo Stanimirović

Pays Serbia
Genre Fiction
2022 - 15'52" - Couleur - Sous-titres: VO ST FR/EN
After a disturbing taxi ride, and an even worse party, a teenage girl must return home with a menacing taxi driver who insists on her sitting next to him.

The Boy Who Couldn’t Feel Pain

Eugen Merher

Pays Germany
Genre Fiction
2023 - 20'00'' - Couleur - Sous-titres: VO EN ST FR

The Boy Who Couldn't Feel Pain’ is set in Grants, New Mexico and tells the fictional small-town legend of Chester, a street fighter who can't feel any pain. When Annie, a bowling alley employee who just moved into town challenges him for a fight, things begin to change.