Karine de Villers

Karine de Villers was born in Quito, Ecuador, in 1965: she is an anthropologist and filmmaker; she made her first documentary n 1990 which obtained awards and prizes internationally, as did her subsequent films, co-directed with Mario Brenta. After having worked for a long period on the distribution of Belgian cinema at the Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel in Brussels, she currently teaches film screenwriting and leads a number of workshops and seminars at festivals, schools and cultural associations.
2007 - Luc de Heusch. Wild Thinking, ff
2006 - Sept minutes de liberté, sf
2005 - Pauvre Belgique, sf
2003 - Les hommes de ma vie, sf
2001 - How I see her, ff
1999 - The Little Castel, ff
1990 - I'm your neighbor, sf


Mario Brenta, Karine de Villers | Italy | 2021 | 78'