Pierre Van de Kerckhove - 14'
Louise, aged 68, is suffering from Alzheimer's disease and lives in a nursing home. Her daily life is riddled with sadness because her son Daniel is no longer visiting her, discouraged by his mother's memory lapses. The arrival of a new patient in the home (Leo, 82), who is also suffering from Alzheimer's disease, will upset Louise's life ... but also that of Daniel!
Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.
Pierre Van de Kerckhove
C.V. Pierre Van de Kerckhove Studies Master Journalism & Communication - Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) Bachelor : Camera – Institut des Arts et Diffusion (IAD) Bachelor in Visuel & Plastic Arts – Major in colour photography - « 75 » Contact Mobile : +32 474 986757 Mail : pierrefarja @hotmail.com Cinematographic experiences See website address : www.vimeo.com/channels/laurabproductions 1990 : Company creation : LAURA B. PRODUCTIONS s.c.r.l. 1991 : « Les Derniers Aristocrates » (« The Last Aristocrats »), Directing a 52' Documentary on bare hands bullfighting (Corrida) in Portugal . Awards : Grand Prix of the Estavar Festival, France. Broadcasted on Canal+ (France & Belgium TV), Portugal and Spain TV and T.V.Marocco. 1992 : « Centaure », Directing a 55' Fiction-Documentary on horsefighting training for Corrida, Portugal. Special Jury Award of Hakuba Festival (Japan). Broadcasted in Belgium, Switzerland and France. 1993 : « Camorra », Directing and Camera Shooting a 52' Documentary on Napolitan Mafia in Italy. Broadcasted in Germany, Belgium, France, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Canada, Algeria, Mexico and Argentina. 1995 : « Algérie, le Vol du Lion » (« Algeria, the Lion Theft »). Directing a 52' Documentary on Islamist rise after the 1992 Revolution. Broadcasted in Belgium, Italy, France and Australia. 1997 : « Pachamama » Directing and Camera Shooting of a 59' Documentary on clandestine adoptions in Bolivia. Broadcasted in Belgium, TV5 Africa and Australia. 1999 : « Clandestin Blues », Directing and Camera Shooting of a 52' Documentairy-Fiction on a Ghanean political refugee forced out of Belgium. Actors Dieudonné Kabongo and Johnny Rockson. Broadcasted in Belgium, Netherlands and France. 2000 : Production and Camera Shooting of a 20' Documentary « L’invité » (« The Invitee ») directed by Faïza Boumedian. 2002 : Executive Producer of the Fiction Film «No man’s love » directed by Nidhal Chatta (Tunesian). 2012 : Executive Producer, Director and Camera Shooter of a 52' Documentary « La méthode Suzuki » (« The Suzuki Method »). Broadcasted on La Trois, La Deux (RTBF), Belgium. 2013 : Executive Producer and Camera Shooter of one of the serie « A5 Portrait » : « Les Invités de 1964 » (« The 1964 Invitees) for the Belgian Cultural Center « Espace Magh ». Directed by Faïza Boumedian. Broadcasted on RTBF (Belgium TV) 2014 : Executive Producer of a Length Feature Documentary « Que sont-ils devenus ? Nos rêves... » (« What were become ? Our dreams... ? »), Directed by Faïza Boumedian. Broadcasted on RTBF (Belgium TV). 2015-16 : Fiction Script Writer of Short Features « Caballo Loco » , « Alzaïmour » and « Who are you ? » as well as the Length Feature Script « Comme un cheval en hiver » (« As a horse in winter ») with the collaboration of the Script Writer Daphnis Boelens 2017 : Direction of the Short Length Fiction Film Alzaïmour (first fiction, ready for broadcasting since April 2017). Actually preparing the Camera Shooting for « Caballo Loco » and for « As a horse in winter » for which we are looking for a Producer.