Next week’s Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival had been in doubt following terror attacks in the Belgian capital.
The 34th edition of the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFFF) will go ahead next week, festival organisers have confirmed to Screen.
The decision was taken following conversations between festival organisers and venue the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts.
The festival is expected to update industry with additional information on its website tomorrow.
Following the attacks, authorities raised Brussels’ terror alert to its highest level, closing the transport, imposing a virtual lockdown across the city.
Cinemas and cultural buildings which were closed today (March 22), including the Centre for Fine Arts, are expected to reopen in due course.
The genre festival is due to open next Tuesday (March 29) with a screening of Pride And Prejudice And Zombies.