Chicagoblok, verhalen uit de lift (Chicagoblock, Stories from the Elevator)

Title of the film Original title: Chicagoblok, verhalen uit de lift
English title: Chicagoblock, Stories from the Elevator
Hungarian title: A „Chicago tömbház”, avagy történetek a liftből

Production and shooting info Country of the production: Netherlands - nl
Year of production: from 2007 to 2008
Year of shooting: 2007
Length of the film: 65 min
Colouring: colour
Standard format: DigiBeta
Original language: Flemish
Language of subtitle: Hungarian

Description of the content On the ‘wrong’ side of Antwerp, on the left bank of the Scheldt, you’ll find a block of flats that rises above its surroundings. The people of Antwerp have named it ‘Chicagoblock’ and see it as a place where you would rather not go. In this building poor Belgians live next to immigrants, over 35 nationalities people the 25 stories. In this concrete beehive a camera is posted in the elevator where the occupants are passing in front of the lense. The camera follows some of them home and tells their story: Great and small stories that rise above their vicinity.

Credits Made by: Ingeborg Jansen
Expert: Manon Sluijs
Producer: Rob Vermeulen
 Nadadja Kemper
Sound: Carla Meijs

Company / Institution Production: Holland Harbour Productions bv

Ethnicity and locality Etnic group: Belgian
Continent: Western Europe
Country: Belgium - be
 (City, village, region, mountains, etc.): Antwerp

Tipology Type: non-fiction film
Form: documentary film
Topic: city and multicultural communities

Related sciences Social science: sociology

Keyword: migration
 urban life

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