Ingrid Dendievel



Blogger/writer. Traveler. Foodie. Passionate about movies. Photographer. Check out and!

When I still lived in Belgium, I wrote reviews and articles for a movie magazine ( Since 2010, I have been working for various websites and blogs, including my own websites, Trend Prive Magazine, Travel for Food Hub, Rovology, and MovieBabble. In 2015, I also wrote an essay for Vanessa Morgan's When Animals Attack.

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My Explorations of Tubi TV: Part 1 | MovieBabble

So, you've never heard about Tubi TV? If you are a movie freak, then you are missing out on some really cool stuff. Tubi TV is a lot like Netflix and Amazon Prime, except that... it's free! There are more than 20,000 titles to choose from, in any genre, you can think of.

Film Review - The Decline (2020) | MovieBabble

When it comes to Canadian directors, I am almost ashamed to say that I only know two of them. First, there is Denys Arcand whose Les Invasions Barbares deservedly won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film in 2004. The other one is Jean-Marc Vallée , whose 4th movie C.R.A.Z.Y (2005) is actually one of the most popular Canadian films ever.

Travel Memories
The Tragic Story behind The Grieving Parents by Käthe Kollwitz

In the early 2000s, a good friend and I spent a marvelous weekend in Cologne. We indulged ourselves in food, drinks, art and especially, the spa of the hotel. One of our plans was also to visit the Käthe Kollwitz Museum, but somehow we didn't make it.

What Ingrid Watches
The Devil's Nightmare (1971)

Last week, I published an article on our travel website about a beautiful movie location in Belgium, the Château d'Antoing. The movie in question is called The Devil's Nightmare; I added a short description of it on Travel Memories. Here I will discuss it in more detail.

Trend Prive Magazine
A Visit To Brussels' First Cat Café

The Taiwanese started with cat cafés in 1998 and in the meantime, this trend has spread all over Asia, Europe and the USA. Belgium has three of them at the moment: one in Ghent and two in Brussels. Le Chat Touille (in the Belgian capital) was the first one, opening in 2014.

Travel for Food Hub
How To Go To A Frietkot Like A Real Belgian

Whether you are in one of the big cities or a small village, there is something in Belgium that will you find, no matter where you are. You usually see them in the centre, near the local church or ...

Travel for Food Hub
10 Belgian Foods You Really Need To Try

Whether you find yourself in Brussels, Antwerp or Brugge or maybe in one of the smaller cities like Louvain or Dinant, there are Belgian specialities you will find no matter where you are. It is true that the Belgian cuisine is influenced by the French one, but there are Belgian foods you will not find in France (and vice versa).

Travel Memories
Mastering the Art of Eating Tapas

If you have ever been to Spain and you made an effort to taste the local cuisine - and let's face it, you should, you have probably heard about tapas. And maybe you even tasted them as well. If not and you really don't know what to expect, here is a short guide.