Joachim Lafosse

Joachim LAFOSSE (1975, Belgium) graduated from the Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IDA) in Louvain-La-Neuve with his short Tribu (2001), which has screened at many festivals and won several awards. He has written screenplays and theatre pieces and has worked as assistant director on multiple films. His films have received nominations and awards at multiple film festivals including Cannes, Venice and Toronto. The White Knights (2015) was nominated for Best Film and earned Lafosse the award for Best Director at the San Sebastián film festival.


Égoïste nature (2000, short), Tribu (2001, short), Scarface (2001, doc), Folie privée/Private Madness (2004), Ça rend heureux (2006), Nue-propriété/Private Property (2006), Élève libre/Private Lessons (2008), Avants les mots (2010, short), À perdre la raison/Our Children (2012), Les chevaliers blancs/The White Knights (2015), L'économie du couple/After Love (2016), Continuer/Keep Going (2018)

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