Flo Flamme

Flo Flamme
Directing in the Field
Instructor and Supervisor (2021)

Documentary Film Directing
Instructor and Supervisor (2018-20)

Graduation Semester MDP
Project Adviser

Flo Flamme is a Belgian documentary filmmaker based in Brussels. Flo was a participant of SIC and Nucleo, and holds a MA degree in Documentary Audiovisual Arts from LUCA, School of Arts Brussels, where she works now as lecturer and teacher.

For the past ten years she has worked as a director, co-director and editor both in Europe and the U.S. She is committed to character-based storytelling and her works explore the areas of representation, identity, place and the globalisation of the media.

Her film “Añoranza”, shot on 16mm in Havana, is the poetic voice of three older Habaneros, balancing on a rope between their revolutionary past and an uncertain future. “Añoranza” had a theatrical release in Belgium and has been exhibited at film festivals world-wide, including the Golden Apricot International FilmFestival, the International FilmFestival Of Central America ÍCARO, The International FilmFestival Of Oaxaca, Mooov-Festival, Mediawavefestival, HumanDOC, Portobello FilmFestival and the PeloponnisosDocFestival. Her second feature film, “Nice guys always finish last”, will be released end 2019 and explores the controversial world of the Pickup-community and its founding father.


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