On his way from Heaven to Hell, Lucifer passes through the earthly paradise of Mexico, where elderly Lupita and her granddaughter Maria live. Lupita's brother Emanuel pretends he's paralyzed so he can drink and gamble while the two women tend to the sheep. Lucifer senses an opportunity and plays the miraculous healer. He forces Emanuel to walk again, seduces Maria and makes Lupita lose her faith. He didn’t bring bad luck, he only illuminated the line between good and evil, where it didn't exist before.

Original title: Lucifer, Country: Mexico, Belgium,
Production year: 2014, Format: -Son: -Lenght: 110', Aspect ratio: Tondoscope, Frame rate: -


Gabino Rodriguez – Lucifer,  Norma Pablo – Maria, Maria Toral Acosta– Lupita, 
Jeronimo Soto – Emanuel, Bravo, Sergio Lazaro Cortez - 


Director/Screenwriter: Gust Van den Berghe, Assistant director: Natalia Trevino, Producer: Tomas Leyers, Executive Producer: Marc Goyens, Co-Producers: Rosa Galguera, Hilario Galguera, Productions Company: Minds Meet, Co-production companies: Mantarraya Producciones, Peliculas Santa Clara, Current state: Completed, World sales: Luxbox, DOP: ans Bruch Jr., Production design: Natalia Trevino, Editor: David Verdurme, Sound: Matthias Hillegeer

Festivals & Awards

Film Festival Oostende - Nominated for Best Screenplay

Guanajuato International Film Festival - Best Feature

Olhar de Cinema - Curitiba International Film Festival - Nominated for Best Film

T_Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival - Grand Prize - International Competition

Tallin Black Nights Film Festival - Grand Prize

Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma

Gent International Film Festival

Istanbul Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival

Riviera Maya Film Festival

Jeonju International Film Festival

Moscow International Film Festival

Munich International Film Festival

Karlory Vary International Film Festival

Jerusalem Film Festival

Gdynia Polish Film Festival

London Film Festival

Denver International Film Festival

Virginia Film Festival


Gust van den Berghe

Director/ Screenwriter

Gust van den Berghe comes from an artistic family. He quickly became a breakdancer and he danced in theater pieces including for the Royal Ballet of Flanders and Praga Khan. He studied audiovisual arts at the RITS in Brussels. His first full-length film “Little Baby Jesus of Flandr” was presented at Cannes in the Directors' Fortnight section as like his second movie “Blue Bird” (2011) in which both was screened also at PÖFF.



2014, Lucifer

2011, Blue Bird

2010Little Baby Jesus of Flandr