5 September 2018

Harry Kümel

Harry Kümel is a Belgian director known for the 1972 film The Legend of Doom House. In 1971, he made Daughters of Darkness, with Delphine Seyrig as a lesbian vampire. Besides teaching at the Brussels Free University and the American Film Institute, among others, he's also Director of Demonology and Occultism at the College of ‘Pataphysics.
3 October 2018

Recit Regional VR Gathering

26 August 2018

John Landis

The menacing euphoria of entertainment John Landis is the youngest of the "movie brats" generation, which in the 1970s and 1980s provided Hollywood with the new blood it needed. He was the youngest of the naughty boys, the one who made fun of everything and exposed hidden aspects of the system. In 1978, Animal House shattered the frat comedy codes and introduced John Belushi, later to star in The Blues Brothers, a tribute to Black music, implicitly present in most Landis films. At a time when horror cinema was being renewed by auteurs such as Tobe Hooper and Joe Dante, Landis directed An American Werewolf in London in 1981, a film in which comedy did not defuse horror, but added an unprecedented satirical dimension to it. Twelve years later, Innocent Blood got the same treatment. By placing American pop culture, childish and trivial, poetic and vulgar, at the heart of his work, Landis exposed its ambivalence. In his cinema, laughter and nostalgia are never quite free from a vague feeling of unease. — Jean-François Rauger
1 October 2018


27 September 2018

Black Future ’88

3 October 2018

Restitution “Challenge VR, voyage dans le temps”

27 August 2018

Master class: The work of the photography director

2 October 2018

Survival Horror Night

27 August 2018

Outdoor cinema: Who framed Roger Rabbit?

28 September 2018


27 August 2018

Work in progress: animation

27 August 2018

Artefacts: Cult items from the fantasy world

28 September 2018

Crying Suns

28 September 2018


15 September 2018

The Archivist:VR