For the very first time, the Cinema Galeries in Brussels hosted the Chinese Film Festival. With an eclectic programmation of Chinese movies, this first edition attracted a diversified public of curious and experts of Chinese cinema.
The opening ceremony featured the projection of the Chinese movie ATA, with the presence of his director. Atlas International Culture identified a major Belgian personality to take part in the following debate and Q&A session, and provided customized goodies for the guests of the opening.
This Festival was part of the celebrations for the 40th anniversary of EU-China relations, hosted by the Mission of China to the EU and the Chinese State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film & TV.
This festival ran from 6 to 17 May 2015 and screened multiple award-winning Chinese films, including Brotherhood of Blades, Blind Massage, Police Diary (To Live and Die in Ordos), The Great Hypnotist, No Man’s Land, Fleet of Time and Silent Witness.