Filem’On is an International Film Festival For Young Audiences organized to stimulate film, image and media literacy for children and young people (from 2 to 16 years) of all culture and language communities in Brussels and Flanders.
The international film festival for young audiences Filem’On is holding its 15th edition this year from October 27 until November 6, 2021. During 10 days, we’ll be showing unique films to schools, families and associations in various theaters and cultural houses of Brussels. More than 130 films, in all formats and of all genres, for children and teens between 2 and 16, will be programmed. Many films will compete for a Belgian, international or European award, in the presence of the director or actor. In addition, there are many fun workshops and cinema concerts especially curated for children and young people. The city of Brussels is put in the spotlight through our fascinating cinematic walk.
This year, the festival will take place in a hybrid form – physical and online! With ‘Filem’On, 15 years on track’ as the main theme of this edition, we will travel around the world in 10 days, looking back at the “Best of Filem’On”. In the upcoming year, we will also work closely together with EUROPALIA TRAINS & TRACKS. Together we are on our way to a sustainable & ecological world!
Follow our website for all detailed information on rates, accessibility and reservations per screening and stay tuned for the latest updates:
Reservations for schools and associations via: email@example.com
HILDE STEENSSENS - Hilde Steenssens is founder of vzw Filemon. She also curates for other film initiatives. As pedagogue and youth criminologist, she is convinced of the power of art and film as intermedium to support children and young people in their growth towards world citizens! She ensures that the organization can remain dynamic, qualitative and sustainable.
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Wed 27 October — Sat 06 November
T. +32 474 53 22 47
Article 27: €1.25
Children 0-3 yr.
Children 3-6 yr.
Children 6-9 yr.
Children 9-12 yr.
Deaf/hard of hearing