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Piet Goethals portrays Belgian cinema in pictures. Masterful portraits, intimate or in the most surprising locations, on a film set or in a city biotope.
Piet Goethals (born in Ghent, Belgium) is a master of History of Art and Art Philosophy and a bachelor in Dutch and English literature and language. He made his paper about Fiction and Reality in Film, illustrated by Zulawski’s ‘L’important c’est d’aimer’. After university he studied photography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium. Piet Goethals works as a film- and art critic. As well as a photographer.
He published and publishes photographs in several newspapers and magazines in Belgium and abroad, such as: Knack, Feeling, Trends, Gentleman, Weekend, Deng, Teek, Cahiers du Cinéma, Parkett, Studio, Première, Wire, Notes, De Standaard Magazine, De Tijd, De Morgen, Deze Week in Brussel and Télé Moustique.
He specialises in portraits of directors (theatre and film), choreographers, artists, actors and musicians.
|Measurements:||300 x 240 mm|
|Number of pages:||144|