Since its inception, a little over half a century ago, the Carthage Film Festival has kept cherishing the taste and the passion for cinema among its audiences and through different generations.
The festival's calling is certainly playing a part in the promotion and influence of Southern Cinema, but it also dedicates space to unexpected and worthy new horizons.
Thereby, the new VISIONS section will highlight today’s Belgian cinema.
Belgium was chosen for at least two reasons. On the one hand, Belgian cinema has stood out for its diversity and vitality, as shown through the works of the new generation. On the other hand, this cinema has never ceased to explore relevant issues that challenge us by their universality, such as the question of filiation, the couple issues or the transmutations of individual identity...
The program that we propose has the advantage of offering us a new apprehension of society as well as a possibility of reaching a culture that we have already forged bonds with, bonds of friendship, exchange and dialogue.