Kwassa Films in a Brussels based production company, which aims to promote creative, engaged, and accessible projects to wide audience. It also wishes to contribute to the emergence of young Belgian talents on the international stage.

Kwassa Films has co-produced feature films including Zoé Wittock’s “Jumbo” selected at the prestigious Sundance Festival and Berlinale (Generation), “Binti” by Frederike Migom, selected at Sundance Festival, “Should the wind drop” by Nora Martirosyan Label Cannes Film Festival 2020 and Acid 2020, as well as “The Man who sold his Skin” by Kaouther Ben Hania selected at the Venice Film Festival 2020 and nominated for the Best International Movie OSCARS 2020.

Olivier Pairoux’s “SpaceBoy”, released in October 2021, won the best film award at the Molodist Festival – Teen Screen section.

In April 2023, Kwassa Films released Eve Duchemin’s “Time Out” starring Karim Leklou, Issaka Sawadogo and Jarod Cousyns.

Kwassa Films produces short-films as well. Gerlando Infuso’s “The proposal” won the Magritte Award for the Best Animated Short Film (2019).

The documentaries produced by Kwassa Films set themselves apart with their off-the-wall, educational angle (“Belgian is the new hipster”, “The rise of the plastic sandal”) and with their ambition (“Slavery Routes” or “#FatUglySlut”). The documentary “Into Battle” by Eve Duchemin won the Magritte award for the Best Documentary in 2017.

Kwassa Films has been producing TV series since 2020. “Unseen“ was broadcast on RTBF late 2020 and has since been shown in several countries.

In September 2023, Kwassa Films released “Snuls, Anyway, in 20 minutes you will not remember anything !“, a film by Guillermo Guiz and Gilles Dal.