When we decided to increase The Bulletin’s print portfolio to four magazines a year, one of our big discussions was how to give the cover a clear visual identity.
When she steps onto the stage in Kiev next month, 17-year-old Ellie Delvaux will have millions of spectators around the world watching her every move – but for added courage she need only think of Sandra Kim.
Brussels is marking the 50th anniversary of René Magritte's death with a year-long celebration of his life and work. A brochure on Magritte-related locations and events has been published, as well as a mini-map with a surrealism walking route.
In Belgium every year, more than 300 children are diagnosed with cancer. Kathleen Moucheron and Veronique Hellemens received the diagnosis when their sons were only two years old.
Le passé devant nous (Past Imperfect) is Brussels-based filmmaker Nathalie Teirlinck’s debut feature film. It tells the story of Alice, an alienated young woman suddenly confronted with the son she abandoned at birth, six years before.