Sarah Vanagt at IFFR
Sarah VANAGT (1976, Belgium) studied History at the universities of Antwerp, Sussex and Groningen, and attended the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, UK. Her short film The Wave (2012), directed together with Katrien Vermeire, received an honourable mention at IBAFF International Film Festival. With her niece Katrien Vanagt, she directed In Waking Hours (2015), which won the Audience Award at IndieLisboa. Every Tear (2018) premiered at Visions du Réel, and Divinations (2019) premiered at DOClisboa. The way children deal with history and war plays an important role in her documentaries, photography and installations.
After Years of Walking (2003, short), Little Figures (2003, short), Begin Began Begun (2005, short), History Lesson (2005, instal), Les mouchoirs de Kabila (2005, instal), First Elections (2006, short), First Elections [v.1 - 2006] (2006, short), Ash Tree (2007, instal), Power Cut (2007, instal), Hoofd (2007, instal), Boulevard d'Ypres/Ieperlaan (2010, short), The Corridor (2010, short doc), Donkey Room (2011, instal), The Wave (2012, short, co-dir), Girl with a Fly (2013, short), Dust Breeding (2013, short), Boy Descending a Staircase (2014, short), In Waking Hours (2015, short, co-dir), Gastvrijheid voor vreemdelingen/Hospitality to Strangers (2015, short), De Ontwaring/Still Holding Still (2015, short), Schijnvis/Showfish (2016, instal), Galileo's Marbles (2017, instal), Alle de tranen/Every Tear (2018, short), Divinations (2019, short)
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