Victor Maes graduated from LUCA School of Arts Brussels in 2015, and took courses in advanced cinematography at the Global Cinematography Institute in Los Angeles.
He’s been working as a camera assistant on feature films and commercials (Girl, De Patrick, Wise Blood) since 2016. As a cinematographer he works on various film projects, alternating between fiction and documentary as well as commercial ones.
Over the course of a lengthy night, Alba and Max meet after a brief and crude separation, rediscovering each other while uncovering their motivations and desires against the backdrop of an anonymous, foreign city. They find themselves balancing on the thin line between solitude and establishing a connection.
An intimate portrait of Olav, whose arrival in his friend's Aaron's family causes the family dynamics to shift and turn.
What does it mean to feel at home, and how can we carry those feelings of comfort with us in an ever-changing environment as we seek out new landscapes? Springtide is a coming-of-age portrait of a girl balancing on a thin line between adolescence and adulthood as she embarks on a spiritual journey.
One night, Anna is confronted with an attack by an unknown man, which both brings her closer to her fears as well as her confidence to fight them.
A philosophical tale about the highest sand dune of Belgium. Shot on 16mm, this film is an ode to the relation between men and grain.
A fragment of the lives of Felix and Boris - two young men who meet again and unexpectedly share a moment of grief.
2713. The Internet has been taken over by a vast organic network forming the World Wood Web. This is the story about Gregorious Dubois who became a tree and discovered the World Wood Web on a cold December day.
After giving a lecture, a visiting professor is seduced by the city’s women which leads to a set of difficult circumstances.
On Christmas Eve, Annemijn lets an unexpected visitor inside who is looking for a place to warm up. With his arrival, a crack is caused in the family façade. Everyone wants attention and praise for his or her own success, but someone in their midst wants clarity about the truth and kinship. Gradually it will become clear what kind of family this really is.