Savage Film is a production company founded in 2007 by Bart Van Langendonck and operating from Brussels in an association with Eyeworks. The company established itself internationally with Michaël R. Roskam's film "Bullhead" ("Rundskop"), a box office hit in Belgium as well as a César and Oscar® nominee for Best Foreign Language Film in 2012. Bullhead sold to over 20 territories and was awarded at numerous festivals. More recently, Robin Pront's debut 'The Ardennes', another Flemish noir, became a box office and festival success as well, while the astonishing hybrid docu-fiction 'The Land of the Enlightened' by first-time director Pieter-Jan De Pue conquered the world out of its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
Savage Film produces fiction films, drama series and documentaries with subjects just as versatile as its directors' backgrounds, with the aim to bring author-driven content to a broad audience.
Savage Film (co-)produces internationally with major production companies worldwide such as Submarine Channel, Eyeworks, Phanta Films, Waterland Films, CTM-Lev, Family Affair Films, PRPL/Bastide Films, Fastnet Films, UJ Budapest Film Studio, Gebrüder Beetz, 41 Shadows, Les Films Pélléas, Batisphère, Orisa Films, and with sales agents such as Attraction Distribution, United Talent Agency, Celluloid Dreams, Films Boutique, Doc&Film, Cat&Docs, among others.