This was FFG2021! Watch our aftermovie
We look back at the 48th edition of Film Fest Ghent with a lot features, short films, concerts, intriguing talks, cosy nights out and so much more. We hope ...Read more
Daniel Pemberton and Carlos Rafael Rivera win top prizes at 21st World Soundtrack Awards
Daniel Pemberton has won the Film Composer of the Year Award at the 21st World Soundtrack Awards Ceremony in Ghent. Carlos Rafael Rivera received the ...Read more
Music to Take Home: Our Compilation Albums
Every year Film Fest Ghent and Brussels Philharmonic dive into the studio to create an exclusive WSA Album. This yearly compilation album honours ...Read more
Young Critics Review: Clara Sola
During the Young Critics Workshop (12 – 23 October 2021) at Film Fest Ghent, five aspiring film critics (ages between 18 and 26) from Belgium and from abroad ...Read more
Opening Night at 48th Film Fest Gent: Let's Meet Again!
After a restrained festival in 2020, our 48th edition has kicked off as a vibrant and cozy meeting spot for all those who want to experience film and film ...Read more
In Memoriam: Mikis Theodorakis
Greek composer, author and politician Mikis Theodorakis has passed away at the age of 96 in Athens. Hij composed more than 1000 songs, cantates, operas and ...Read more
Discover the first nominees for the 21st World Soundtrack Awards!
On behalf of the World Soundtrack Academy, Film Fest Ghent proudly presents the first batch of names for the prestigious World Soundtrack Awards 2021. The ...Read more
Call for young filmmakers: intensive programme ‘creative partnership between director and composer’ at FFG2021
Are you a young filmmaker under the age of 36? Are you aware of the power of music for your films, but have you not yet found the right vocabulary to go all ...Read more
Vote for the Public Choice Award!
Who will follow in the footsteps of Alfonso G. Aguilar (Klaus), John Powell (How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World) and Carter Burwell (Carol) as winner ...Read more