Our Children / À perdre la raison
Joachim Lafosse, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, 2012
Directed by: Joachim Lafosse
Script: Joachim Lafosse, Thomas Bidegain, Matthieu Reynaert
Producer: Jacques-Henri, Olivier Bronckart, Jani Thiltges, Thierry Spicher, Antonino Lombardo, Sylvie Pialat
Production company: Versus Production, Samsa Film, Box Productions, Prime Time, Les Films Du Worso
Cinematography: Jean-François Hensgens
Editing: Sophie Vercruysse
Cast: Niels Arestrup, Tahar Rahim, Emilie Dequenne
Format: DCP
Running time: 111'

Murielle and Mounir love each other passionately. Ever since he was a boy, the young man has been living with Doctor Pinget who provides him with a comfortable life. When Mounir and Murielle decide to marry and have children, the couple’s dependence on the doctor becomes excessive. Murielle finds herself caught up in an unhealthy emotional climate that insidiously leads the family towards a tragic outcome.

Awards and Festivals
Cannes Film Festival 2012 – Un Certain Regard Award for Best Actress (Emilie Dequenne)
International Film Festival of Palm Springs 2013 – Best Female Performance
Saint Petersburg International Film Festival 2012 – Best Female Performance
Margritte Awards 2012 – Best Film, Best Production, Best Actress and Best Editing
Akademijine nagrade 2013. – Academy Awards 2013 – Belgian candidate for Best Foreign Language Film

Directors Biography
Joachim Lafosse is a Belgian film director and screenwriter. He has graduated from the Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IDA) in Louvain-La-Neuve with his short 'Tribu' (2001), which has been screened at many festivals and has won several awards. His first full length feature, 'Private Madness' (2004), won the FIPRESCI award at the Bratislava International Film Festival. In 2006, he released 'Private Property', which debuted at the Venice Film Festival where it was nominated for the Golden Lion and won a SIGNIS award.

Location and screening schedule:
CINEMA TUŠKANAC, Monday, October 21st at 21.00
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Tuesday, October 22nd at 19.00