EN - Sarah is 34 and wants a baby. The love of her life, Alex, wants everything but a baby, while Sarah's ex boyfriend, bachelor Bart, needs money to go to the Air Guitar World Championship in Osaka, Japan. Sarah dumps Alex and convinces Bart to get her pregnant in exchange for money. They'll sleep together seven times after which they'll never see each other again. Or at least that's the plan…

NL - Het mooie leventje van de succesvolle reclamevrouw Sarah krijgt een onverwachte deuk wanneer de man van haar leven Alex haar na tien jaar opbiecht geen kinderen te willen. Sarah zet hem aan de deur, en overtuigt een oude vriend - de eeuwige vrijgezel Bart- om haar zwanger te maken in ruil voor een som geld. Ze spreken af om elkaar daarna nooit meer te zien...


Title Plan Bart
Original title Plan Bart
Original language Dutch
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Features
Genre romantic comedy
Year 2014
World première / first public presentation 2014-09-17


Cast Wine Dierickx, Wouter Hendrickx, Jeroen Perceval, Mourade Zeguendi, Eva Van der Gucht
Photography Philip Van Volsem
Editing Philippe Ravoet
Sound AGeNT
Art director Frédéric Delrue
Costume Ann Lauwerys
Makeup Béatrice Cormann
Music Raf Keunen

Technical specs

Running time film 90'
Release format DCP
Colour Colour


Supported by the Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Bruxellimage, Media Programme of the European Union, The Belgian Tax Shelter
Production partners VTM

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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Director Roel Mondelaers
Producers Ivy Vanhaecke
Writers Roel Mondelaers, Hans Van Nuffel

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