The Y-house Films is a Belgian production company founded in 2019 by Henry Gillet, dedicated to the co-production of international arthouse feature films (budget between €1M and €3M). 

Inspired by strong and « based on true » stories, our objective is to question reality through the vision of authors/directors.

Our main focus is on Drama, Road movies (prestigious festival contenders) and films where the music does not just supports, but is an integral part of the journey!


With our own investors network and a privileged access to bigger funds, we guarantee the Belgian Tax Shelter to the co-productions we will be associated with. We are eligible to all the Belgian sources of financing (national and regional subsidies, TV, VOD and SVOD presales) and work proactively to bring an MG against Benelux rights with the distributors.


Our co-productions have been screened in worldwide festivals such as Sundance, Munich, and Leeds! Recently, we premiered two of our coproductions with Oak Motion Pictures: « When Fucking Spring Is In The Air » (NL/BE/DE, Sales: WIDE) at Filmfestival Oostende and « I Am Not A Robot » (NL/BE) at Kortfilm festival Leuven, now qualified for the Oscar race in 2025! We are currently co-producing two feature films: « Ravens » by Mark Gill (FR/JP/BE/SP, Sales: K5) and « Flood » by Martin Gonda (SK/CZ/PL/BE, Sales: Pluto Films). We finally coproduce the new feature documentary of Jimmy Hendrickx: « Slave Island » (BE/EST/TW – Sales: Filmoption). 


Our sister company The Y-house Services supports us on a daily basis offering executive post production, with a special focus on music as evidenced by our in-house studio equipment.


We recently released the single « Crossing Horizons ». The song is adapted from the Original Soundtrack of « When fucking spring is in the air » composed by Theophile Moussouni, and performed by the main actress of the film: Ada Szczepaniak!

« The film WHEN FUCKING SPRING IS IN THE AIR perfectly embodies the Y-house philosophy which serves as a great example of their ability to create work that resonates both visually and musically. This commitment to excellence allows The Y-house to establish itself as a privileged partner for international productions seeking to give an additional dimension to their stories, where the music does not just accompany, but enhances the story » (Ecran Total)