The movie FEMINAM, Latin for woman is an autonomous visual work by Marijke De Belie in which the artist plays with representations of women throughout the centuries.

Still it has not become a scientifical chronological enumeration of all female icons but more a flood of images like the one we experience in our REM sleep. For this she uses a direct animation technique.

With a black aquarel pencil on a white panel of wood she registers the drawing process itself, in an authentic and uncomplicated drawing style.


A flash of a second

The story is about a girl met a cat coincidentally in a storm night. They gained trust and became friends.

A flash of a second - still


“Ten years from now, twenty years from now, you will see: oil will bring us Ruin… Oil is the Devil’s excrement.’

Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonso
(Venezuelan diplomat, politician and lawyer primarily responsible for the inception and Creation of OPEC.)

Based on this apocalyptic quote by Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonso “HERE” is a surrealistic portrait of war for Oil.

Here - still

Midnight’s Garden

The moon is shining on a joyful couple. While they play they find a secret garden in the middle of a forest. Unaware of the danger, the young couple goes deeper and deeper in this mysterious midnight garden. Charmed, they slowly lost themselves in this botanical labyrinth…

Midnight’s Garden - still

The Fall

As celestial beings descend to Earth vitiating its population, the world’s order unbalances. Initiated by these terms, a tragic fall leads to the parturition of crucial opposites: Hell and Heaven’s circles.

La Chute - still

You Will Be Fine

Give it time. You’ll get over it. Jean celebrates his birthday, gets drunk and recalls the dreadful weekend that led to his break-up with Mathilde.

Gros Chagrin - still


E and A are bored to death in the Garden of Eden. One night, they run off in God’s cabriolet. Early in the morning, God notices their absence. Furious, he summons Dinosaur, his henchman, and sends him to get the fugitives…

Eden - still

The Tasmanian Tiger

A Tasmanian tiger wanders around in his zoo enclosure. A glacier is slowly melting. Facing its predicted disappearance

The Tasmanian Tiger - still


Jessica assist to a yoga class that may expand her universe in an extreme way.

Onión - still


A film that explores the relationship between man and technology… told from the perspective of a phone. Variously described as an Animation, an Experimental Film, a Narrative, a Documentary or a Film-Poem depending on who you speak to, this hand drawn animated film is based on the poem ‘Seven Billion’ written by the film director that won 2 National poetry awards: The Young Australian Writerís National Award for Poetry, selected out of a field of 30,000 and the Karen W Treanor Poetry Award (Youth)

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