A ciné-apéro, short films on the fringe and a ciné concert with Pak Yan Lau:
on Saturday night, film curator June Laka, CinéBus and Dagvorm transform PeriFeria in Drogenbos into an intimate off-centre outdoor cinema.

Three Landscapes by Peter Hutton, Chema García Ibarra’s Disco Resplandece and Last Year When the Train Passed By by huang pang-chuan invite to observe and rethink the periphery by taking a look from another angle.

June Laka - CinéBus - Dagvorm

June Laka is a Brussels based filmmaker and film curator.

Ciné-bus is an imaginary bus line that crosses Brussels and organises a film screening once a month that avoids safe pedestrian crossings. There used to be a bus with brick seats and a cinema screen. Today, there is nothing left of it. Ciné-bus has freed itself from its physical carcass. Her mind now moves freely through Brussels, associating, sometimes in harmony, sometimes cursing, sometimes in the shade. From ciné-bouffe to ciné-concert or taking part in a ciné-performance or ciné-booze.

DAGVORM is a Brussels based film production collective. In the centre of Brussel dagvorm runs a mini-cinema with 22 comfortable chairs and regular screenings, personally curated by themselves, close friends, lovers and acquaintances. A place born out of a passion for cinema and an urge to share the films (food and music) they value with close friends, lovers, aquaintances, future friends and people who are willing to discover.