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The Quest of Anas, a young military boxing champion of Morocco who deserts the army and starts a whole new life, sharing his rage and passion for boxing with teenagers in Brussels.

  • Guy De Troyer
  • Guy De Troyer
  • Diren Agbaba
  • Marieke Naessens
    Sound Recording
  • André Philips
    Sound Recording
  • Brozi Serluppus
    Sound Recording
  • Arne Stevens
    Sound Editing
  • Marieke Naessens
    Sound Editing
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    La Rage
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Student
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes 59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 5, 2019
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - RITCS
Director Biography - Guy De Troyer

Guy De Troyer obtained a master's degree in Political and Social Sciences (Communication Science) at Ghent University and worked for many years as a journalist, television reporter and podcaster on VRT, the flemish public broadcaster in Belgium. Together with a fellow journalist, he has won twice the Belfius Press Prize, the most important journalistic award in Belgium. Once for the television report 'The Divided Class', in which a famous American social experience about racism was repeated in an Antwerp class. The second press prize went to his podcast series 'The girls of the night', about human trafficking in Nigerian prostitution in Brussels. Out of a desire to think more profoundly about his position as a storyteller, he left his job and went to the Royal Institute of Theatre, Cinema and Sound (RITCS) in Brussels. Two of his Bachelor's short films have been selected at festivals: 'Léon Trouet Mokuna' was shown at the Leuven International Short Film Festival and 'Hallebaan 3' was selected at the Independent Brussels Film Festival. His master film 'Et si pas maintenant, quand? (And if not now, when?) is an intimate essay documentary into the world of Paulette, one of the last remaining Jews in Marrakech, from what in 1940 was still a thriving community of 25,000 Jews.

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