Her first full-length film Someone else's happiness  is a psychological drama film that deals with how a fatal car accident affects a small village in Flanders. The film was nominated for the Grand Prix (2005) at the Flanders International Film Festival Ghent and for the Joseph Plateau Award (2006) for Best Belgian Director and Best Belgian Screenplay.
Moreover, in 2005 at Thessaloniki Film Festival it won the Golden Alexander and an award for Best Screenplay. At the 62nd edition of the Torino Film Festival it also won the price for Best Actress.
Her second film Unspoken  depicts the aftermath of the disappearance of a young girl. The film received the André Cavens Award for Best Film by the Belgian Film Critics Association (UCC). Her 2012 film Kid was nominated for two Magritte Awards.
-  Flanders image.com, retrieved 2010-09-10
-  News details, Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds, retrieved 2010-09-10
-  Official Unspoken website
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