“Leçons d’une université volante is a quintet of short interviews with Belgian immigrants from communist Poland. The Dardennes have said one of the reasons they made documentaries was to gather people together and build communities of workers, immigrants, and activists.
Luc Dardenne (1954) is a Belgian filmmaker and author. He makes films together with his brother Jean-Pierre Dardenne. They are often referred to as the Dardenne brothers. They won the Palme d’Or for best film at the Cannes Film Festival for Rosetta (1999) and L’enfant (2005). Other films by the Dardenne brothers include La promesse (1996), Le fils (2002), Le gamin au vélo (2011), and Deux jours une nuit (2014). As an author, Luc Dardenne has published Au dos de nos images I & II (2005 & 2015), a filmmaking diary, and Sur l'affaire humaine (2012).