We present the art of Kim Corbisier (1985-2012), a painter of Belgian origin who lived in Hungary, with a portrait documentary and a representative exhibition in Brussels, her birthplace. A careful summary of her artistic career, which was delayed due to her troubled fate mixed with child abduction and murders and the tragic end of her life. Our goal is to raise the artist and her works in a context that deserves their quality, to process the short but striking oeuvre left behind in an adequate form.


The Western beat revolution, music, love, and the freedom to reject social norms reached Hungary in the sixties a few years late. In the closed socialist world, a specific, eastern hippie movement started. Even the Kádár regime could not stop the cultural globalization, the classics of beat literature appear one after another in Hungarian, young people listen to Szabad Europa and Radio Luxemburg. Galleries and communes were formed, alternative bands and works of art were created. The documentary film series presents the key characters, lifestyles and works of the counterculture of the sixties and seventies.


“Purgatory is a documentary series about Hungarian people in jail around the world, from Asia to Latin-America.”

SCENA - Series

“The series presents the incompletely archived Hungarian visual arts scene. The film lists the most important events of the year 2019, its main objective is to communicate the fine arts scene more fully and thoroughly, thus giving a comprehensive picture of the professional situation of the given year. The documentary film series covers the topic in two parts. On the one hand, it gives voice to professionally recognized actors, on the other hand, they jointly define the outstanding names/locations/events, etc., which most define and dominate the 2019 scene.”


The film shows the Islamic State through human fates, with recent and ongoing battles in the background, presenting and interviewing the founders, warriors, victims, and those who have fought the DAESH, especially the leaders and warriors of the Kurdish Peshmerga. The film features the creator and chief ideologue of the DAESH, the family of the caliph of the Islamic State, local and foreign jihadists (Arabs, Chechens, North Africans, Western Europeans, men, and women) still fighting, the captured and the imprisoned, as well as members of the Kurdish Peshmerga, including the members of the Kurdish female squads fighting them. Although DAESH is weaker nowadays than years ago, the problem is far from being solved in the region. As Kurdish leaders told the film's director: "Job not finished!"

The sites of the documentary are Syria, Iraq, Mali, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Libya, Jordan, and Lebanon - central and satellite territories of the Islamic State."