CINEMA BIS BELGE | Offscreen
Cinema Bis Belge is a mini-module showcasing low-budget Belgian cult and genre cinema. This year we pay homage to Général Films, a Brussels production and distribution company run by the brothers Jean and Pierre Quérut. Their house on Chaussée de Haecht served not only as an office and film copy storeroom but also as a set (for example, for scenes from Jess Franco's "La comtesse noire", co-produced with French company Eurociné, and Jean Rollin's "Les démoniaques"). The film we're showing is "Les Baiseuses", by the pseudonymous "Guy Gibert", mostly filmed on location in Brussels. An exceptional rarity from the golden years of the Belgian blue movie, to be screened in a unique 35mm copy with hardcore inserts.