EN - Teen daughter Eva, her mother Judith, aunt Barbara and big sister Michelle work their way through the chaos called love. The result is a roller coaster ride of first crushes, lust, affairs, baby fever, and indestructible love. The four women are beautiful, courageous and sensible, but are also sometimes a bit lost. The question remains whether or not their male counterparts can match them.
NL - Eerste verliefdheid, serial dating, ongebluste lust, affaires, kinderwensen en tenslotte onverwoestbare oude liefde kruiden het wat chaotische bestaan van deze vier vrouwen.Ze zijn mooi, moedig en verstandig, maar soms weten ze het ook even niet meer.
FR - L’adolescente Eva, sa mère Judith, sa tante Barbara et sa grande soeur Michelle se fraient un chemin à travers le chaos qu’on appelle l’amour. Le résultat est un trajet en montagne russe fait de premières amourettes, convoitises, relations, fièvre d’avoir des enfants et d’amour indestructible. Les quatre femmes sont belles, courageuses et sensibles, mais aussi un peu perdues. La question reste de savoir si leur partenaires masculins leur correspondent.
|Title||Madly in Love|
|Cast||Veerle Dobbelaere, Wine Dierickx, Kevin Janssens, Koen De Bouw, Koen De Graeve, Marie Vinck, Jan Decleir, Huub Stapel, Aline Vanhulle|
|Photography||Jan Rubens, Wim Temmerman, Bob Williams|
|Music||Chrisnanne Wiegel, Melcher Meirmans, Merlijn Snitker|
|Running time film||90'|
|Sound format||Dolby Digital|
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Bruxellimage, COBO
2010: Internationales Frauenfilmfestival (DEU) / Internationaal Film Festival van Vlaanderen-Gent (BE) / Women in Direction International Film Festival (ESP)
Four Flemish features have been selected for competition at the 29th Festroia International Film Festival in Portugal (7-16 June). Brasserie Romantique, The Broken Circle Breakdown, Offline and Time of My Life are all in the running to take home some prizes. This year, the festival has also organised a focus on Belgium and pays homage to Flemish actor Jan Decleir.
Both Joel Vanhoebrouck’s Brasserie Romantique and Felix van Groeningen’s The Broken Circle Breakdown screen as part of the fest’s official competition. Peter Monsaert’s directorial debut Offline is selected for the competitive First Works section, while Nic Baltazar is competing in the Man and His Environment category with Time of My Life.
Shooting has recently started on the Dutch remake of Hilde Van Mieghem’s Madly in Love. For the remake, production outfit Caviar is again teaming up with director Hilde Van Mieghem and Dutch co-producers Mountain Road and Incredible Film. A Dutch top notch cast has been attached to the project with amongst others Susan Visser (Vipers nest), Anna Drijver (Stricken) and Beatrice Hillen.
Brussels-based production company Caviar is an experienced hand when it comes to co-production. They’ve worked on Dutch projects such as Ushi Must Marry and Hemel op Aarde. In Belgium, they’ve also moved into Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac.
Two Flemish films have been selected for the 15th EU Film Festival in Chicago: Hilde Van Mieghem’s Madly in Love and Frank Van Passel’s Madonna’s Pig. The EU Film Festival is held annually and aims to give Chicago's cinema-going public a taste of European cinema.
Madly in Love has competed in competitions at numerous international festivals, winning prestigious awards along the way, including the LA Femme International Film Festival’s Best Foreign Film Award and the Best Film Award at California's Broad Humor Film Festival. In Europe the film toured Hamburg, Funchal (Portugal) and Bergen (Norway) among others. The producers also confirmed remake plans for the film in both The Netherlands and the US.
Hilde Van Mieghem’s romantic comedy Madly in Love whisked away the Best Foreign Film Award at the LA Femme International Film Festival in Los Angeles (13-16 Oct). Set up six years ago, the LA fest provides female cinematographers with an equal chance at building their carreers. For Madly in Love it was the second kudo in LA in as many weeks.
According to local media, there ‘is an honesty to all of the film’s characters that seems impossible and is yet so desirable. Madly in Love is a commentary on human relationships and just how complicated they can become boxed in a house of hilarity.’ The film is performing well in the US with screenings in Palm Springs, New Port Beach, Indianapolis and New Hampshire and a recent Award at the Broad Humor Film Festival (Best Feature Film) also in California. In Europe the film toured Hamburg, Funchal (Portugal) and Bergen (Norway) amongst others. The producers also confirmed remake plans for the film in both The Netherlands and the US.
Hilde Van Mieghem’s romantic comedy Madly in Love has been selected for competition at this year’s Hamburg International Film Festival (Filmfest Hamburg, 29 September-8 October). The film will be shown as part of the fest’s Eurovisuell competition which selects the most interesting and successful European audience films.
Madly in Love has already been seen at a number of mainly US fests including Palm Springs, Newport Beach and Indianapolis. The film also recently received the red carpet treatment in Los Angeles as part of a Belgian film cycle: ‘Grit and Whimsy: The Best of Recent Belgian Cinema’, organised by the American Cinemathèque in collaboration with the Consulate General of Belgium. Meanwhile there are also plans for a Dutch remake of the film.
Last edited on 26 June 2014