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Alain De Halleux

Belgium / Website

Biography

Alain de Halleux is an acclaimed Belgian director and photographer. De Halleux has won an array of prestigious awards including the Prix de la Qualité in France, Special Jury Prize of the Festival International de Bruxelles, and International Critics' Prize at Flanders. He received a degree in Chemical Sciences (Nuclear) at UCL. He holds INSAS qualification in film directing, and received the Belgian Vocational Prize for photography. His photojournalism has taken him from Afghanistan to Lebanon.


Filmography:
La trace, Documentary, 1998
Pleure pas Germaine, Fiction, 2000
Barrières, Documentary, 2002
RAS Nucléaire, rien à déclarer, Documentary, 2009
Chernobyl 4ever, Documentary, 2011
Welcome to Fukushima, Documentary, 2013

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Nuclear: nothing to report

RAS Nucléaire, rien à signaler (Orig.) / 2009 / Belgium / 58 min

Pro or anti nuclear power? And what if the question laid elsewhere? Essential opinions are missing from this debate, that of nuclear energy workers. Our safety is in their hands. This film gives them a voice.

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