Courtisane Festival

As a festival and platform to showcase film, video and media art, Courtisane makes a resolute choice for adventure and reflection. Courtisane’s programmation constitutes a kaleidoscopic mosaic of styles, media, gestures, languages and emotions; a patchwork of recent and historical works that share an insatiable hunger for experimentation, a personal signature, and a sense of resistance. Courtisane has been organizing a yearly festival since 2002.

Among the artists whose films and videos have been featured in past editions of the festival: Marcel ophuls, Simon Starling, Rose Lowder, Els Van Riel, Vérena Paravel & Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Laida Lertxundi, Sergei Loznitsa, Beatrice Gibson, Leslie Thornton, Stom Sogo, Antonio Reis & Margarida Cordeiro, Stavros Tornes & Charlotte van Gelder, Jean-Marie Straub & Danièle Huillet, Duncan Campbell, David Gatten, Deborah Stratman, Ben Rivers, Luke Fowler, Anna Abrahams, Luther Price, Manon de Boer, Phil Solomon, Sophie Nys, Thomas Köner, Rachel Reupke, Christopher Harris, Neil Beloufa, Manuel Saiz, Isabelle Tollenaere, Michael Robinson, Sofie Benoot, Peter Tscherkassky, Pere Portabella, Ken Jacobs, Lewis Klahr, Martha Colburn, Bruce McClure, Makino Takashi, John Smith, Vincent Meessen, Kathrin Resetarits, Miranda Pennell, Sarah Vanagt, Ben Russell, Guido Van Der Werve, Herman Asselberghs, Imogen Stidworthy, Pieter Geenen, James Benning, Otolith Group, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Mary Helena Clark, Nicolas Provost, Morgan Fisher, Elias Grootaers, Peter Kubelka, Janie Geiser, Marie Losier, Guy Sherwin, Jasper Rigole, Anouk De Clerq...

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Ghent
Bélgica
51° 3' 15.6312" N, 3° 43' 2.7264" E

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