Dr. Matthias De Groof is a master in Philosophy (KULeuven), International Relations (UCLouvain) and Cinema Studies (UAntwerp). He studied African Studies at UMU (Uganda) and became a Fulbright and BAEF visiting scholar at the New York University (Tisch School of the Arts). His PhD in Cinema Studies looked at African cinema through the oeuvre of Cameroonian filmmaker Jean-Pierre Bekolo. He is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO) at the Antwerp University where he teaches World Cinema and Aesthetics, researches Belgian Cinema and devices a Postcolonial Film Theory.

He presents here Belgium-based artists and filmmakers.

Saddie Choua, Brussels
Freddy Mutombo, Brussels 
Roland Gunst, Gent
Anthoni Nti, Brussels
Ines Eshun, Brussels

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