Kato De Boeck wins with ‘Provence’ HUMO-award at the short film Festival Leuven

Kato De Boeck last night at the short film Festival Leuven, belgium, with ‘Provence’, her graduation film this year at the RITCS, the HUMO-award dragged. The weekly magazine has selected a number of Flemish short films in the presence of the creators displayed. Immediately after the last film was the audience pick the winner.

‘Provence’ (21′) runs to the 11-year-old Camille and older brother Ture, during their annual summer vacation, their new kampeerbestemming in the heart of Provence to explore. When they are two Dutch girls, meet, tilts the relationship between sister and brother. Her earlier admiration for Temperature changes in a lingering jealousy. The emerging-adulthood disrupts the carefree holiday.

The short film took out all a few international festivalselecties in and redeemed the selection at the Film Fest Ghent with the audience award. At the festival of Brussels vzw Philemon won the film prize of the jury in the charge. ‘Provence’ is the short film Festival of Leuven is also in the running for the Flemish Competition fiction film. The winners of these short films will be Saturday on the closing day in Leuven published.

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