MAY DAY – Olivier Magis, Fedrik De Beul (Belgium, 2017) 22′

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MAY DAY – Olivier Magis, Fedrik De Beul (Belgium, 2017) 22′

Brussels Short Film Festival 2017, Festival International du Film Francophone 2017, Asiana International Short Film Festival 2017 – Special Jury Award, Warsaw International Film Festival 2017, Festival du Film Court de Villeurbanne 2017 – Best Script, Sao Paulo Film Festival 2018, New York City Short Film Festival 2018 – Best foreign short movie, Cardiff International Film Festival 2018, and amny many more

 

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In Thierry’s living room, several people have gathered. None of them know each other but they are all there to try and fulfil the same dream. They want to find a job… and quickly. But we’re in Brussels, so nothing goes quite as planned.

 

 

 

 

 

OLIVIER MAGIS, born 1978, graduated at I.A.D., is a Belgian filmmaker who directed author documentaries that were all screened and awarded in international festivals. He has also directed TV documentaries that were broadcasted on public televisions (ARTE, VRT, RTBF). In addition, he teaches compared stage direction and the documentary genre in Higher Schools in Brussels.

FEDRIK DE BEUL, born 1976, graduated at the Higher National Institute of Performing Arts of Brussels (INSAS, BE) in 2003. After working as a production assistant then production manager on international documentary coproductions, he became a language and film teacher (Cinematek, Bruxelles), and then started to direct short fictions : « Kong at the Seaside » (2006); « August 1914 » (2014), and «MAY DAY» (2017) co-directed with Olivier Magis.

 

 

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