Saturday went in the new Brussels cinema Palace the film Rosie & Moussa in premiere. Except Dorothée van den Berghe and the young hoofdacteurs Savannah Vandendriessche and Imad Borji, were also the rest of the cast, o.a. Ruth Beeckmans and Titus De Voogdt, and musicians, Le Motel and Témé Tan on the appointment. They were welcomed by Ketnet wrapster Sarah Mouhamou. The full house enjoyed a wonderful movie that focuses on children, but with themes that are also parents can relate.
Rosie & Moussa played a ” home at cinema Palace. It is one of the hoofdacteurs and the director in Brussels, and the soundtrack to-and-top Brussels (thanks to Le Motel, a Pregnant Guy and Témé Tan) earned the film a premiere in the heart of the city. It was a festive event, including DJ-set by DJ Iron and Q&A’s with all of the guests of honor: actors Savannah Vandendriessche, Imad Borji, Ruth Beeckmans, Titus De Voogdt, Katelijne Damen, Bert Haelvoet, Mourade Zeguendi, Dorothée van den Berghe, author Michael De Cock (who wrote the script) and illustrator Judith Vanistendael.