Last year 1.1 million people to the French-speaking Belgian movies are going to look in France and Belgium. That is slightly more than in 2016. A and another appears from the balance of the year in cinema 2017 prepared by the Centre du Cinéma et de l’audiovisuel (CCA) de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (FWB). The centre stated today in Brussels the annual report in the presence of the French minister of Culture Alda Greoli.
In France, between 2016 and 2017, the visit to cinema with 7 percent, but that was offset by an increase under the bioscoopgangers in Belgium with 69 percent, as reported to the director Jeanne Brunfaut of the CCA.
In 2017 came thirty films from French-speaking Belgium in the Belgian screens, in France only thirteen.
Biggest crowd puller in Belgium ‘Angle mort’ (Nabil Ben Yadir, a 41,000 tickets), followed by ‘Noces’ by Stephan Streker (40.000), ‘Tueurs’ of François Troukens Jean-François Hensgens (30.500), ‘Chez Nous’ by Lucas Belvaux (30.300) and “Faut pas lui dire’ by Solange Cicurel (21.000).
In the south was preferred to ‘Chez Nous’ (320.000), followed by ‘Faut pas lui dire’ (147.000), ‘Noces’ (108.000), ‘Le Vent dans les Roseaux’ by Arnaud Demuynck and Nicolas Liguori (69.000) and ‘Paris pieds nus’ by Fiona Gordon and Dominique Abel (62.000).