EN - Based on real-life events in 1940’s America, the story of young nurse Martha Beck, who placed a lonely-hearts advertisement, and Raymond Fernandez, the thieving lothario who replied and who destroyed her life.

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Title Alleluia
Original title Alleluia
Original language French
Status Completed
Production Minority Flemish
Category Features
Year 2014

Credits

Cast Lola Duenas, Laurent Lucas, Stéphanie Bissot, Edith Le Merdy, Anne-Marie Loop

Technical specs

Running time film 90'

Partners

Supported by Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF)

Alleluia! Fabrice du Welz goes to Cannes

Alleluia, the new film by Belgian director Fabrice du Welz, has been selected for this year’s Directors’ Fortnight (15-25 May), the independent section of the Cannes Film Festival, revealed artistic director Edouard Waintrop, announcing 19 features and 11 short films. Bart Van Langendonck of production hub Savage Film co-produced the film for Flanders.

Quinzaine 2014Alleluia is du Welz’s fourth film after CalvaireVinyan and Colt 45. Although situated once more in the Belgian Ardennes, the story is loosely based on real events that shook the United States between 1947 and 1949.

Published on Tuesday 22 April 2014

Young filmmakers join Savage Film talent pool

Savage Film producer Bart Van Langendonck is in Cannes to present his Brussels-based production outfit’s new three-year slate. In addition to brand new projects from the directors the company started with five years ago (Michaël R Roskam and Bram Van Paesschen), young filmmakers such as Hans Van Nuffel, Matthias Schoenaerts and Robin Pront are now joining the producer's growing talent pool to develop their own feature-length projects.

Savage Film founder Bart Van LangendonckEquator is the second feature by Hans Van Nuffel, the 2011 European Film Award Discovery of the Year winner (for Oxygen). The Faithful (Le fidèle) is the second feature film project from Oscar-nominated director Michaël R Roskam (Bullhead), while Franky will be the directorial debut of critically acclaimed Flemish actor Matthias Schoenaerts.

Published on Wednesday 16 May 2012

26 feature projects in the pipeline

The Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF) recently approved funding for 26 feature-length fiction projects. The list includes much anticipated projects, such as Stijn Coninx’s Marina and Pieter Van Hees’s Waste Land, that can start production. Dominique Deruddere’s Flying Home and Jessica Woodworth and Peter Brosens’ Kebab Royal also received development support, while Lucifer by two-time Cannes selected director Gust Van den Berghe and Marry Me by Kadir Balci got script funding for their next projects.

Bogdan Dreyer's The IdiotEpidemic, the production company behind Koen Mortier’s 22nd of May and Ex Drummer, received production support for both Bruno Forzani and Hélène Cattet’s The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears and Waste Land, a new film by Pieter Van Hees (Dirty MindLeft Bank). Brussels-based production outfit Savage Film (Bullhead) can start production on Fabrice Du Welz’s Alleluia, while A Private View (Oxygen) is set to shoot Joël Vanhoebrouck’s Brasserie Romantique, which was written by Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem and Pat Van Beirs (who both scripted Moscow, Belgium).

Published on Monday 19 December 2011

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Last edited on 9 July 2014

Short info

Director Fabrice du Welz
Producers Bart Van Langendonck
Writers Vincent Tavier , Fabrice du Welz
Contact

Savage Film
Bart Van Langendonck
Opzichterstraat 70/7
1080 Brussels
Belgium
T +32 (0)476 55 11 53
info@savagefilm.be
www.savagefilm.be

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