Benjamin Deboosere (°1984, Brussels) makes socio-political work with a playful approach. Their films have been shown at various international film festivals as Tallinn Black Nights (BNFF), Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Africadoc Bénin, Festival du Film Documentaire de Saint-Louis, Message to man, Brussels Art Film Festival, Achtung Berlin among others. Their first fiction short Of Not Such Great Importance won the Kryzstof Szot Award at the Lublin Film Festival 2019 (PL), the Jury and Audience Award at Ongezien Kort 2020 (BE) & Best Short Film Award at Working Title Film Festival 2020 (IT). The life and strange surprising
adventures of Robinson Crusoe who lived for twenty and eight years all alone on an inhabited island and said it was his is their debut feature.