Reyers Laat

Reyers Laat was a flemmish talk show on current affairs. I made short reports on a daily basis, fighting the time to do research, filming and editing for the same night.

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Tim Van Aelst won an Emmy Award for Benidorm Bastards and was invited to our studio. Just the opportunity we thought to see if we could prank the king of candid camera himself.

The Ford factory in Genk was shut down. On the day of the announcement to the employers, I asked them to have a talk with us in their extralegal-advantage car, a Ford.

On the sides of Belgian roads you will often see a small cross or rememberance plaque for a child killed in a car accident. I decided to follow a route from Brussels to West Flanders and see how many we would come across.

The journalists of the flemmish news department have a clean record on speaking ‘Genral Dutch’. Unless they would just use their personal dialect for one day.

When Belgian artist Jan Fabre exhibits in Venice, he invites us to come and see it and to wear slippers to protect the golden floor.

For a latenight talkshow I thought it would be nice to give our viewers a friendly ‘goodnight’ at the end of the program. I asked several known Belgians to narrate a personal dream with their eyes closed. In this case politician Mark Eyskens.

For a latenight talkshow I thought it would be nice to give our viewers a friendly ‘goodnight’ at the end of the program. I asked several known Belgians to narrate a personal dream with their eyes closed. In this case singer songwriter Gabriel Rios.

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