Luigi Cozzi

Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival - Animation - Q&A Jury International

Luigi Cozzi, a lifelong friend of Dario Argento, started his career co-writing Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971). Four years later he partnered up with Umberto Lenzi to direct his first giallo: The Killer must kill again starring George Hilton. And then, in 1978, he started directing a series of cult films under his alias… Continue reading Luigi Cozzi

Bai Ling

Bai Ling was definitely destined to triumph at the stage. At 14, she enrolled in the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army, spending three years entertaining the troupes at the Tibetan border. She then trades the big plains for the big screen, moving to Hollywood in 1994 to play in The Crow by Alex Proyas. She ends… Continue reading Bai Ling

Jasna Kohoutova

Before she started acting, Czech-born Jasna Kohoutova, graduated as a doctor in psychology. But her artistic cravings were too strong. She played on the stage, experimented with contemporary circus (Exos Performance Project) and modern dance (Prototype Status) before falling in love with cinema. She first played small parts in short films, before starring in La… Continue reading Jasna Kohoutova

Marc Caro

Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival - Animation - Q&A Jury International

Fascinated by everything related to design and graphics, Marc Caro publishes his first comics in cult magazines like Métal Hurlant and Fluide Glacial. In 1974 he meets a certain Jean-Pierre Jeunet, also a self-taught enthusiast for wicked images. They collaborate and direct three short films (Le Manège wins a César in 1980), before they renew… Continue reading Marc Caro

Jaume Balaguero

Together with Alex de la Iglesia, Jaume Balaguero is probably the most famous ambassador of Spanish genre cinema. His feature debut The Nameless from 2000, wins the most prestigious prizes (like the Golden Raven at the BIFFF, Fantasia, Fantasporto, Sitges, etc.). He then embarks on a journey to the States to direct Darkness (starring Oscar… Continue reading Jaume Balaguero