In Development


In 1952, Marie-Louise Chapelle becomes the first woman ever to conquer a virgin Himalayan summit. 10 years earlier, she made a radical decision that shattered her bourgeoisie life: six moths a year she will live at home with her husband and four children, the other six months she will travel around the world and climb mountains with her guide Frendo.

For the next 50 years, she lives a life torn apart.

What makes a woman split her life in two? And how does she deal with the consequences?

Production support of the Flanders Film Fund.
Developed within the Archidoc program.
Pitched at Good Mooov, Eurodoc and Thessaloniki doc fest.


An essay film about the destructive long-term implications of violence on society, and the heredity of sacrifice and resistance. This film marks the first chapter in a trilogy on terrorism and violence.

Scenario support of the Flanders Film Fund.
Production: Inti Films.


An essay film of five chapters about children with special educational needs. 
A film about the excluded Other.

In collaboration with SBO Potential
Production support of the Flanders Film Fund
With support of Canvas