"Alex Barbier: portraits" wins top prize at Brussels Art Film Festival

The documentary "Alex Barbier: portraits" by Laura Petitjean and William Henne won the Art Film Prize on Sunday. The main prize of the Brussels Art Film Festival, worth 2,000 euros, was awarded at BOZAR, the Centre for Fine Arts in the Belgian capital.

The SCAM prize worth 1,500 euros went to Annelein Pompe for "The Shadow Workers". Finally, Elodie Degavre received the audience prize the city of Brussels offered, worth 1,000 euros, for "La vie en kit".

The best documentaries on art were on show from 10 to 23 November at the 21st edition of the Brussels Art Film Festival. A total of 43 films from around the world were selected.

The documentaries covered many art disciplines, such as painting, music, dance, sculpture and architecture.


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