Archive of films Alice or Life in Black and White / Alice ou la vie en noir et blanc

Belgium
2005, 15 min

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
Year: 2006

Alice is thirteen. She refuses to turn into a woman, and certainly does not want to become like her mother. She flattens the first signs of a bosom and throws up all her food. Alice suffers from anorexia.


Synopsis

Alice is thirteen. She refuses to turn into a woman, and certainly does not want to become like her mother. She flattens the first signs of a bosom and throws up all her food. Alice suffers from anorexia.

About the director

Sophie Schoukens was born in Belgium, but started her career as an actress in New York. After her return to Europe she became a film producer and was involved in several award-winning international coproductions. She worked for the MEDIA programme for six years. In 2005 she decided to leave her job in order to fulfil her dream of becoming a film director. Alice or Life in Black and White (2005) is her first film.

Contacts

Sophimages
, B-1000, Brussels
Belgium
Tel: +32 2 223 0479
E-mail: [email protected]

About the film

Black & white, 35 mm

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
   
Director: Sophie Schoukens
Screenplay: Sophie Schoukens
Dir. of Photography: Walther Vanden Ende
Music: Thierry De Mey
Editor: Ewa Lind
Producer: Jan Roekens
Production: Sophimages
Cast: Marie Spapen, Valérie Lemaître, Fabrice Rodriguez, Micheline Hardy, Nicole Duret, Fanny Duret
Contact: Sophimages

Guests

Sophie Schoukens

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