EN - Young Oscar is challenged by the return of his father.

NL - De jonge Oscar wordt geconfronteerd met de terugkeer van zijn vader.

FR - Le jeune Oscar est confronté avec le retour de son père.

Info

Title L' Infini
Original title L' Infini
Original language French
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Shorts
Genre drama
Year 2014
World première / first public presentation 2014-06-24

Credits

Cast Leonard Van Iseghem, Steven Michel, Kimmy Ligtvoet
Photography Rik Zang
Editing David Verdurme
Sound Yanna Soentjens
Art director Jens Burez
Costume Mathilde De Wit
Makeup Florence Teerlinck
Music Valentin Hadjadj

Technical specs

Running time film 22'
Release format DCP
Other available formats DVD, Blu-ray, HD file
Aspect ratio 2:35
Sound format Dolby 5.1
Colour Colour
Available in 2D

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Festivals

2016: Tampere Film Festival (FI)

2015: Vlaamse Film Festival Utrecht (NL)

2014: Film Fest Ghent (BE), International Short Film Festival Leuven (BE)

Awards

2014: Best Belgian Student Short - Film Fest Ghent (BE), Jury Award Best Short Fiction - International Short Film Festival Leuven (BE)

Lukas Dhont’s project Girl wins Work In Progress Award at Les Arcs

Girl, Lukas Dhont’s debut feature currently in post-production, has won the Titrafilm Work In Progress Award at this year’s Les Arcs European Film Festival. The Award comes with an EUR 10,000 post-production grant. In October, Dhont won the Grid VFX Works In Progress Award at this year’s edition of CONNeXT.

GirlGirl is the story of a 15-year-old girl born in a boy's body who is ready to risk everything to pursue her dream of becoming a ballerina. In Les Arcs, Dhont presented some excerpts from his film which is currently being edited.

Published on Monday 18 December 2017

N – The Madness of Reason, Waste Land main winners at the Ensors

Pieter Van Hees’s crime thriller Waste Land and Peter Krüger’s poetic docu-drama N – The Madness of Reason were the main winners at this year’s Ensors, the awards celebrating Belgian cinema from Flanders, taking home four and three Ensors respectively.

N - The Madness of ReasonWaste Land won Best Script, Best Supporting Actor (Peter Van den Begin) and Best Supporting Actress (Babetida Sadjo). Waste Land’s success was not a huge surprise, as the film also had the highest number of nominations. But it was the docu-drama N: The Madness of Reason that grabbed the top honour: Best Film.

Published on Sunday 20 September 2015

Short and Documentary Ensor nominations announced

Before the Last Curtain Falls, Twilight of a Life and Waiting for August are nominated for this year's Best Documentary Ensor Award. Nominations in the Best Short category went to Homeful Bliss, L'infini, The Pond, Oma, Paradise and Mechanical Waltz. The winners will be announced on at a gala closing the Ostend Film Festival on 19 September.

Trailer Twilight of a LifeBefore the Last Curtain Falls (Gardenia), Thomas Wallner portrays a group of ageing drag artists who set out, one last time, to relive their once glamorous lives by touring their play ‘Gardenia’ around Europe and Southeast Asia. Sylvain Biegeleisen's Twilight of a Life follows the final week's of his 94-year-old mother's life. It's a film about life, full of humour and emotion… In Waiting For August, Teodora Ana Mihai follows 15-year-old Georgiana Halmac who lives with her six siblings in a social housing block on the outskirts of Bacau, Romania. While their mother is away earning a living in Italy, Georgiana is catapulted into the role of head of the family and finds her adolescence cut brutally short.

Published on Monday 31 August 2015

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Last edited on 18 March 2016

Short info

Director Lukas Dhont
Producers Siel Van Daele
Writers Lukas Dhont
Contact


Siel Van Daele
Karel Mirystraat 41
9000 Ghent
Belgium
sielvandaele@gmail.com

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