EN - Schellebelle 1919 tells the story of the Van De Veldes. Eldest daughter Coralie - only 16-years-old herself - took as many as 25 war orphans into her home during the First World War. Yet the family finds itself under threat from all sides…

FR - Schellebelle 1919 raconte l’histoire de la famille Van De Veldes. La fille aînée, Coralie, a peine âgée de 16 ans, accueillit chez elle pas moins de 25 orphelins durant la Première Guerre mondiale. Mais la famille est menacée de plusieurs côtés. L’organisation Child support veut placer les enfants dans un orphelinat et plusieurs personnalités éminentes ont pointé leurs flèches en direction de leur ferme. Mais la famille se défend par tous les moyens…

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Title Schellebelle 1919
Original title Schellebelle 1919
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Features
Year 2011

Credits

Cast Ester Cattoir, Arne Vereecken, Jo Van de Velde, Maren Van Cauwenberge, Margriet Schepens, Hadj Mohamed Raouf, Veerle De Gussem, Gino Venneman, Kasper Gossye, Christine Van den Abeele, Karel De Jaeger, Seppe Vanheulenberghe, Joren Van Cauwenberge, Marijn Fabri, Lisette Van Hoecke, Paul Lievens, Joost Roggeman, Henkie Rasschaert, Tita Heldenbergh, Charles Groffils, Charlotte Hanssens, Sien Nieto, Robbe De Waele, Hannes Fabri, Fien Spitaels, Meredith Bontinck, Ayla Tant, Andres Doise, Jentel Tant, Josephine De Proft, Lotte Van Ryckeghem, Florian Boterdaele, Zaza Bauwens, Yade Van Der Stockt, Louis De Proft, Juliette De Proft, Joelle Jooris, Jacqueline Raman, Patrick Van den Abeele, Dirk Van der Haegen, Geert Van Peteghem
Photography Steven Allenbosch
Editing Stijn De Coninck

Technical specs

Sound format Karel De Waele

Partners

Bullhead scores at Flanders Film Awards

Bullhead, Michaël R Roskam's feature film debut, cashed in six of its eight nominations, including Best Film and Best Director, at this year's Flanders Film Awards. Hans Van Nuffel's Oxygen was the second largest winner with two awards. The Flanders Film Awards were presented at the closing night of the fifth Ostend Film Fest.

Matthias Schoenaerts in 'Bullhead'Bullhead received the lion's share of the major awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Debut, Best Actor (Matthias Schoenaerts), Best Supporting Actor (Jeroen Perceval) and Best DOP (Nicolas Karakatsanis). Oxygen also received two awards: Best Screenplay (Hans Van Nuffel and Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem) and Best Supporting Actress (Anemone Valcke). Other awards went to Vanja D'Alcantara's Beyond the Steppes (Best Actress for Agnieszka Grochowska) and Turquaze (Best Music).

Published on Monday 12 September 2011

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