Culture Trip stands with Black Lives Matter. After making documentaries in the 1970s about their small town of Liège, Belgium, they concentrated their attention on film, keeping a loyalty to documentary-style realism with film such as La Promesse (1996), Rosetta (1999), Le Fils (2002) and L’Enfant (2005). ", Cunneen, Michael. Three years after 1996’s well received The Promise, it was with Rosetta that the Dardenne brothers brought home the highest honour from the Cannes Film Festival and the first Palme d’Or of their career.
L’Enfant (The Child) placed the sibling directors in the very small club of two-time Palme d’Or winners. Tragic consequences permeate this subtle drama from the point in which Lorna agrees to marry a local heroin addict in order to gain citizenship. In 2005, they won the Palme d'Or a second time for their film L’Enfant (The Child), putting them in an elite club, at the time, of only seven.
The plot-line sets in motion an ingenious premise, excellently executed on paper and in the actor’s performances, in which Sandra risks being laid off from the workplace unless she manages to convince her work colleagues to give up a 1000 euro bonus over the course of one weekend. But we never intended to get laws changed.’ Luc adds: ‘Of course, we always hope our films will speak to people, disturb them, but we never hoped to change the world’.".
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“Of course we like it when people like our film, but it’s even better they can become Rosetta, share her distress, become her. We felt like a pair of elephants entering the china shop of cinema. We start working without the cameraman—just the actors and my brother and me. Crimes and occupations again figure prominently in the Dardennes’ fourth film, L’Enfant (The Child). In Lorna’s Silence, the directors revisit the lives of immigrants in Belgium, a subject first explored in 1982’s documentary Lessons from a University on the Fly. Creators of intensely naturalistic films about working class life in Belgium, brothers Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne have created a notable body of work since 1996.
While emotion left Jean-Pierre Dardenne speechless, his brother Luc said, “Few things have changed in the 20 years since we made “Rosetta” [their first Palme d’Or in 1999]. They write, produce, and direct their films together. “Each person we filmed was unique, had their own story.
 In 2015, their film Deux jours, une nuit (Two Days, One Night) received nine Magritte Award nominations (winning three) and one Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for Marion Cotillard. The film is about Rosetta's search for purpose and to Rosetta purpose can only be found through work – she makes her way through Seraing's fringes for the most menial of positions; she catches fish in the muddy, murky stream by her trailer park. Set in Seraing, Marion Cotillard plays Sandra, a wife and mother working in a small solar-panel factory. In June 2012, the brothers were invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.. The film provided some impetus for a labor law designed to protect young workers like Rosetta shortly after the film's release.
Earlier on Friday, the brothers had opened up about their career, with characteristic modesty and humor, at a masterclass in the city’s historic Théâtre des Célestins. The Dardenne brothers are a Belgian filmmaker duo whose film and documentary career has spanned over forty years. “We were self-conscious like anyone who is self-taught. All of the accumulating tension is finally released in the film’s poignant last sequence.
Jean-Pierre (born in 1951) studied drama while Luc (born three years later) studied philosophy. They are right to fight.”, “Being excluded from the world of work, of production, of consumption, of the human community, creates a feeling of humiliation, of worthlessness, of not existing.
The Dardenne Brothers’ 10 Favorite Films Nick Newman October 19, 2015 It should surprise precisely nobody that Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne made a single list for Sight & Sound , and it doesn’t strike me as odd that they acted so nonchalant about the effort. We walk them through the blocking, first one then the other, trying several different versions. They only directed a few themselves, but from the earliest works, themes of de-industrialisation and precarious labor conditions dominated the releases. With La Promesse (The Promise) (1996), Rosetta (1999), Le Fils (The Son) (2002), and L'Enfant (The Child) (2005), the Dardennes’ films show young people at the fringes of society – immigrants, the unemployed, the inhabitants of shelters. A host of celebrities attended the ceremony including Abel Ferrera, Stéphane Audiard, the grandson of Michel Audiard and San Sebastian Festival’s revelation Dea Kulumbegashvili, whose debut “Beginning” took four of the jury’s seven prizes including best film. Émilie Dequenne, who had not acted in film before, and was awarded the Best Actress Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, is the title character, a young woman living with her alcoholic mother in a trailer park. Even when it comes to the dialogues, we shoot as if we’re not familiar with them.”. It’s an adaptation of a semi-autobiographical play of the same name, penned by Belgian writer René Kalisky, in which a family of holocaust survivors meet 40 years later, for a reunion in Berlin airport. It marks a period of formal experimentation where Falsch’s avant-garde aesthetics were immediately followed by the melodramatic tone of Je Pense à Vous (1992), later to establish their long-standing brand of gritty realism with La Promesse and onward. The Lumière Festival in Lyon has awarded its 2020 Prize to veteran Belgian film-making duo the In a warm ceremony on the last evening before a nightly curfew comes into force in France’s major cities, the Dardenne Brothers were awarded the Lumière Award for lifetime achievement at the Lumière Festival in Lyon. A tribute to past workers resistance movements, the film juxtaposes archive footage and interviews with local militants around a boat ride with Leon Masy, a former striker who travels up the river towards Liege on his hand-built boat as he recounts memories from the turbulent period. These films covered such topics as Polish immigration, World War II resistance, a general strike in 1960. Both Rosetta and L'Enfant were awarded the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, the only two Belgian films ever to earn the honor. Largely confined to the archives, this first fiction film is hardly seen anymore. Then we set up all the camera movements exactly and the rhythm of the shot, which is usually a long take.
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At this point there is no cameraman, no sound engineer, no lighting. So with Rosetta, the camera is always behind her. Rosetta was the first Belgian film ever to win the Palme d'Or at Cannes, coming in ahead of films by David Lynch, Pedro Almodóvar, Takeshi Kitano, and Raoul Ruiz. Jérémie Renier played Igor in La Promesse, Bruno in L’Enfant, Claudy in Le Silence de Lorna (Lorna's Silence), Guy in Le gamin au vélo (The Kid with a Bike), and Bryan's father in The Unknown Girl (La Fille inconnue). The Dardennes were born and raised in Seraing in Liege, in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium.
Like every child, he called for his mother.”. The directors’ latest effort was the first time they broke the unspoken rule of not casting famous film stars. We put the camera in ‘the wrong place’” Luc Dardenne explained. "A Father and the Boy Who Killed His Son. Born in the industrial town of Seraing, close to Liege, they have been directing films and documentaries since the mid-70s. If we think she’s going to turn left but she turns right, the camera has to be nimble and follow, a bit like a camera in a war-zone,” said Luc Dardenne.
The Dardenne brothers have a regular stable of collaborators (for all of their films the brothers share writing and directing credits), including cinematographer Alain Marcoen and editor Marie-Hélène Dozo.
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