Trained at INSAS and with his end of studies’ short film “Les poupées parallèles” which granted him several awards in Belgium and abroad, JP. Berckmans is mostly known for shooting award-worthy music videos (winning the “Award Music Festival of Los Angeles 82” with “Some Guys Have All the Lucks” by Robert Palmer”) and directing “Dream… Continue reading Jean-Pierre Berckmans
The British film director and producer Stephen Weeks divides his time between television and cinema. When it comes to the cinema, he produced “Gawain and the Green Knight” (1972), “Ghost Story” (1974), “Sword of the Valiant” (starring Sean Connery and Peter Cushing, 1983) and “The Bengal Lancers!” (1984).
Born in 1923, the Polish film director Walerian Borowczyx first stood out in the genre of animated movies. After moving to France, he gave up animated movies for real, live characters in 1968. In 1974, he embarked on a new journey with “Immoral Tales”: eroticism. He directed, amongst others, “Goto, Island of Love” (1969), “Blanche”… Continue reading Walérian Borowczyk