and the frustration of our ponies
The sky was bright blue.
How can you understand that?
Yuri is a refugee from Chernobyl. He bakes bread in his anonymous apartment. His customers are fringes, just like him. He searches for answers, for meaning, for the red dot: you are here. Yuri, the warrior of the small gesture.
His world gets disrupted when he meets Angelique. The dot becomes tangible flesh.
YURI shows the extremes that life can bring. The softness of the dream and the painful confrontation with yourself.
58 min– 16:9 – color – Dutch, French spoken – Belgium © 2012
Premiere: Saturday 06.10.2012
KASK cinema: Sunday 18.11.2012
Info : www.kaskcinema.be
M Museum: 08.06 till 25.08.2013 (several screenings/day)
Info Open M: www.mleuven.be
Galeries Brussels: 17.02.2014
Cinema Central: 20.09 & 04.10.2014
Info : www.krasj.be
KASK cinema: Saturday 23.04.2016
Dag van de Dans/ Day of Dance (with Fourat Ben Chikha)
Liesbeth Marit (concept and directed)
Dirk Hendrikx en Lara Barsacq (actors)
Bram Bosteels (music)
Frederik Van de Moortel en Bram Bosteels (sound design)
David Williamson (DP)
Alain Dessauvage en Liesbeth Marit (Editing)
Krijn Hermans, Ella De Smet, Sara Claes, Ine Claes (actors)
Benjamin Van de Water (chef electro)
Matthias Hillegeer, Chiel Loos, Arne Winderickx, Hannes Leemans (sound recording)
Christophe Van Belle (production assistent)
Leen Hermans (costumes/make-up)
Katrin Verlende (acting coach)
Celine Bernard (foley)
Ryszard Turbiasz, Joris Van Den Brande (extra voices)
Olivier Ogneux (color grading)
Caviar (image stabilisation/subtitling)
Lites (camera/light rental)
Brecht Van Elslande (administration)
and so many more.
Supported by the Flanders Audiovisual Fund (www.vaf.be)
The provincial government of East-Flanders, city of Dendermonde and Lebbeke.