EN - Antwerp. An evening in March. Charlie and Hannah, two girls in their mid-twenties, are strolling through the city. Charlie is witty, inaccessible and - in her own words - fundamentally dialectic. Hannah is chatty, neurotic, always hungry and always in love. Things take an unexpected turn when one of the girls conjures magical candy that makes body parts talk, pineapples fly and through which a trip to another galaxy becomes the easiest thing in the world. A film about all the anxieties, contradictions and portions of gin and tonic which shape life at 26, and about that magic nocturnal moment in which anything can happen. Plus a few stolen kisses.

NL - Een vrijdagavond. Charlie en Hannah, twee jonge vrouwen, kuieren door de stad. Charlie is geestig, onbereikbaar en - in haar eigen woorden - fundamenteel dialectisch. Hannah is praatziek, altijd hongerig en altijd verliefd. De avond neemt een onverwachte wending wanneer één van de meiden een magisch snoepje bovenhaalt, dat lichaamsdelen doet praten, ananassen vliegen en een tripje door het universum de normaalste zaak van de wereld maakt. Een film over alle verlangens, tegenstrijdigheden en porties gin and tonic die het leven vorm geven op je 26ste. En over dat magische, nachtelijke moment waarop alles kan gebeuren.

Info

Title Charlie and Hannah's Grand Night Out
Original title Charlie en Hannah gaan uit
Original language Dutch, Italian
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Features
Genre comedy
Year 2017
World première / first public presentation 2017-10-20

Credits

Cast Daphne Wellens, Evelien Bosmans, Patrick Vervueren
Photography Hans Bruch Jr
Editing Nico Leunen, Thomas Pooters
Music Chrisnanne Wiegel

Technical specs

Running time film 76'
Release format DCP-JPEG 2000
Aspect ratio 1:2.35
Sound format Dolby Digital
Colour Colour and black-white
Available in 2D

Partners

Supported by Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), CFWB
Production partners Guillaume & Stephane Malandrin - Altitude 100 Production (BE)
Tax shelter partners Taxshelter.be, ING

Cinequest presents six from Flanders

Five film productions and a VR project from Flanders have been selected for the Cinequest Film & VR Festival in San Jose, California (27 Feb –11 March).

Many HeavensJan Matthys’ Many Heavens has been selected for Cinequest’s main line-up, the Dramatic Feature Competition, while Hilde Van Mieghem’s Speechless and Nathalie Basteyns’ and Kaat Beels’ Facades will be competing for the Global Vision Award.

Published on Friday 26 January 2018

Flanders well represented at Rotterdam

A number of Flemish features, shorts, documentaries and TV series have been selected for this year’s International Film Festival Rotterdam (24 Jan-4 Feb).

The Flower Shop Three features from Flanders have been selected for the Bright Futures section for emerging talent with original subject matter and an individual style. They are Ruben Desiere’s debut feature The Flower Shop; Christina Vandekerckhove’s documentary Rabot; and Kristof Hoornaert’s recently released debut feature Resurrection.

Published on Friday 19 January 2018

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Short info

Director Bert Scholiers
Producers Tomas Leyers, Marc Goyens
Writers Bert Scholiers
Contact

Minds Meet
Tomas Leyers
Havenlaan 108
1000 Brussels
Belgium
tomas@mindsmeet.be
marc@mindsmeet.be
www.mindsmeet.eu

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