Sunnyside is selected for the 2019 Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam! Screening on Sunday October 13 at 17h00.
Sunnyside is selected for the 2019 Bergamo Film Meeting in the “Close Up” section – screening on Friday March 15 at 6 pm !
This Sunday ‘Sunnyside’ will be broadcast on ARTE-Belgique at 18h00.
Sunnyside is part of the documentary selection for Les Magritte du Cinéma, the Belgian national film awards. The ceremony will take place on 2 February 2019. Fingers crossed!
Monday 3th of December at 16h30, Sunnyside will be screened at festival Traces de Vies in France. Sunnyside is part of the ‘Utopies’ section of the festival.
Great news from France: ‘Sunnyside’ has been officially selected for the 30th edition of États Généraux du Film Documentaire in Lussas! The film is selected in the ‘Expériences du Regard’ section at this festival, which will take place from the 19th until the 25th of August 2018. Please check the ‘Screenings’ page for more details about the dates and times of the screenings.
We are thrilled to announce the official selection of ‘Sunnyside’ for the 2018 DOK.fest München! The festival will take place from the 2nd until the 13th of May. The film will be screened in the DOK.panorama section on Sunday the 6th, Wednesday the 9th and Thursday the 10th of May.
Today ‘Sunnyside’ will start with a series of screenings in Belgium. Cinema’s in Kortrijk (Budascoop), Antwerp (Cinema Zuid) and Gent (Studio Skoop) will be screening the film this evening, and some also throughout this week. Later this month Brussels (Cinema Palace) and Leuven (Cinema Zed) will also screen the film. Check our screenings page to see all upcoming screenings of the film.
Rekto:Verso already published a wonderful review about the film: “This documentary is a meandering and meditative dovecote of perspectives; about purity and perfection, the horror of the emptiness and the appearance of structure, but ultimately also about the inevitability of the warmth of our fellow man.” Robin Kramer for Rekto:Verso, 10/04/2018
Knack Focus also praised the film and Frederik’s approach: “His atmospheric collage of archival images, sound fragments and interviews flows into an intimate portrait thanks to the contemplative photography […].” – Knack Focus, 11/04/2018