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In its third edition, the Brussels International Film Festival (BRIFF) is taking over our capital city.

From September 3rd to September 13th 2020, Brussels will be brimming with a bouquet of emotions as the BRIFF takes place at Bozar, Cinéma UGC, Palace and Cinéma des Galeries as well as evening open-air screenings along Boulevard Anspach, thus offering an urban and cinematographic experience to the festival goers.

A great summer party: Brussels in Motion

From September 3rd to September 13th 2020, there will be lights, elegance, and glamour, in other words, magic in the air, from the hushed crowds in the darkened venues to the uninhibited late night festivities. 11 days at 24 frames per second, 11 days of constant action, ten days of E-motion. All due respect to Cannes, Berlin and Venise, but in Brussels Quiet on the set! Action!



Place De Brouckère 38 - 1000 Brussels
+32 (0)78 15 43 21


Place De Brouckère - 1000 Brussels
+32 (0)2 248 08 72


Boulevard Anspach 85 - 1000 Brussels
+32 (0)2 503 57 96


Galerie de la Reine 26 - 1000 Brussels
+32 (0)2 514 74 98


Rue Ravenstein 23 - 1000 Bruxelles
+32 (0)2 507 82 00

Your stay in Brussels

How to come here?

By plane


Transports between airport and BRIFF Village : STIB (bus) - SNCB (train)
More info here.


Transports between airport and BRIFF Village : Brussels City Shuttle (bus) - SNCB (train + bus)
More info here.

By car

The city center is pedestrian.

Below you can find some parkings around the city center:

  • Parking Ecuyer (Rue de l’Ecuyer 11)
  • Parking De Brouckère (place De Brouckère 1)
  • Parking Grand Place (Rue du Marché aux Herbes 104)

By train


Brussels Central Station

Brussels South Station
TGG, Thalys and Eurostar

Luxembourg Station

Schuman Station

Brussels North Station

By metro - tram - bus


Plus d'info ici.


Plus d'info ici.

Where to eat and sleep?

Hotel partners

Le Plaza Hotel
Boulevard Adolphe Max, 118-126
1000 Brussels

Restaurant partners


The Living

Ricotta et Parmesan



Contact & Team

Un Soir Un Grain asbl
Avenue Mauricelaan 1
1050 Bruxelles – Belgique
+32 2 248 08 72

For over 20 years, the association Un Soir... Un Grain has been active in organizing festivals and supporting cinema.

20 years working to promote short films via the Brussels Short Film Festival recognised by the Académie des Arts et des Sciences du cinéma by integrating the list of Oscar® qualifying festivals.

12 years promoting Belgian long version cinema during the Be Film Festival, the last edition of which was held in December 2017 in Bozar and Cinematek. Indeed, as of June 2018, the Be Film Festival will be part of the Brussels International Film Festival and will continue to give our cinema a prominent place!

Un Soir... Un Grain has, over the years, forged a reputation combining quality programming, welcoming professionals from around the world and a festive atmosphere that is also internationally recognized. It has been able to count on the essential support of numerous private and public partners as well as the entire sector, in particular through numerous professional associations.

Internal staff

General and artistic direction : Pascal Hologne et Céline Masset

And the whole team of Un Soir… Un Grain

Margaux Bertier: Dutch-speaking professional activities and young audience
Fanny Dessaix: programming
Elise Hannart: communication
Frédéric Martin: subtitling and film management
Romane Pangrazzi: professional activities and young audience
Eva Prospero: guests and press

External team

Juliette Duret

(Head of Bozar Cinéma)

Programmer of the "International Competition"  and coordinator of the "Series" section.

Arnaud Gourmelen

(Programmer of the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival)

Programmer of the "International Competition".

Sophie Sallin

(Multi-format producer and consultant (cinema, web and VR))

Coordinator of the "European" section , co-organised with ARRF.

Frédéric Cornet

(Director of the Cinéma Galeries)

Programmer of the "International Competition".


The programming teams of the UGC, Galeries and Palace cinemas will also come and share their expertise with the festival.

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