The Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival celebrates its 40th anniversary.
For its 40th anniversary, the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival returned exceptionally in September with a great edition with many encounters and events. The festival has been held for the first time at Brussels Expo, a large site that accommodated a large audience.
Here you have the Méliès d’argent awards @ BIFFF 2022!
Méliès d’argent Award Winner – Feature Films @ BIFFF Bruxelles 2022
The competition is organized in collaboration with the Méliès International Festivals Federation (MIFF).
The award goes to the best European feature film:
by Nico van den Brink
The Netherlands, 2022, 99’
MOLOCH tells the story of Betriek who lives a quiet life with her family at the edge of a peat bog. When they are attacked by a random stranger one night, Betriek sets out to find an explanation. But the deeper she digs, the more she becomes convinced something ancient is after her and her loved ones.
Méliès d’argent Award – Feature Films @ BIFFF 2022
HINTERLAND by Stefan Ruzowitzky (2022, Austria / Luxembourg, Belgium)
MEGALOMANIAC by Karim Ouelhaj (2022, Belgium)
RUBIKON by Magdalena Lauritsch (2022, Austria)
THE FIVE DEVILS by Léa Mysius (2022, France)
LA PIETA by Eduardo Casanova (2022, Spain / Argentina)
PIGGY by Carlota Pereda (2022, Spain)
MOLOCH by Nico van den Brink (2022, Netherlands)
COP SECRET by Hannes Þór Halldórsson (2021, Island)
The competition is organized in collaboration with the Méliès International Festivals Federation (MIFF). The winner of the competition also wins the nomination to the Méliès d’or annual competition. The award goes to the best European short film.
by Gabriel Campoy & Guillem Lafoz
Spain, 2021, 17’
On the hard journey to the illuminated city, a group of migrants make their way in their light suits. On their journey they will have to face the dangers that lurk in the dark and what’s worse: themselves.
All That Glitters / Dan Bronzite / 24’ / UK / 2021
The Light / Iago de Soto / 12’ / Spain / 2021
Una Nuova Prospettiva / Emanuela Ponzano / 18’ / Italy-France-Belgium / 2020
Colonie / Romain Dauder-Jahan / 13’ / France / 2022
In the Soil / Casper Kjeldsen / 14’ / Denmark / 2021
Mirage / Sil van der Woerd / 14’ / The Netherlands / 2021
Uberlinks / Robert Hospyan / 14’ / France / 2022
The Dead Collectors / Brendan Cleaves / 13’ / UK / 2021
Don’t Go Where I Can’t Find You/ Rioghnach Ni Ghrioghair / 20’ / Ireland / 2021
The Madman / Kalle Saarinen / 12’ / Finland / 2022
Night Breakers / Gabriel Campoy & Guillem Lafoz / 17’ / Spain / 2021
Five Minutes / Genesis Lence Valverde / 7’ / Spain / 2021
Le censeur des rêves / Léo Berne & Raphaël Rodriguez / 17’ / France / 2021