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21.01.2022 20:00

Film Program in collaboration with OFFoff & Kunsthal Gent

Pay what you can

Gouvernement presents:
Night Shift @GIF (Ghent International Festival) - Short Film Program

Departing from hair (‘haar’ in Dutch) that was ‘brotherlovely’ shaven, thoughtfully brushed, tenderly cut and magically braided, filmmaker Julie Daems ‘spins’ a program of 7 shorts in a row by various young directors. This night delivers 7 mini-trips to these personal universes where loving hands are out to meet her (also ‘haar’ in Dutch), the other, her love. Sit back for a titillating ride in the good company of poetic short films at OFFoff, in the cinema of Kunsthal Gent.

Curated by Julie Daems

Presented by Gouvernement in collaboration with OFFoff Art Cinema and Kunsthal Gent

In the context of Ghent International Festival (GIF)

TIME TABLE

Zaur Kourazov

Brood

BE • 2017 • 9' • colour • digital

Katerina Indesteege

Wat jij nalaat

BE • 2021 • 14' • colour • digital

Julie Daems

De Opmerkelijke Genezing van Luna

BE • 2018 • 15' • colour • digital

Marthe Peeters

Warme Obsessie

BE • 2020 • 3' • colour • digital

Mélanie Robert-Tourneur

Tout Contre toi

BE • 2020 • 6' • colour • digital

Charles Dhondt

Wow Sophia, Wow

BE • 2016 • 17' • colour • digital

Anaïs Kaboré

Mixed

BE • 2020 • 18' • colour • digital

More info on Gouvernement's website
Kortfilms