Following a mysterious car accident in the desert, Dafne suffers from post-traumatic amnesia.

Jake, the first person she sees when she regains consciousness, tells her he’s her husband.

A love story with a twist… and a twisted story with love!


In a desolate stretch of the Sahara, a mysterious car accident leaves a young woman lost and alone.

Jake, a reclusive architect, finds her unconscious. He drives her to the nearest doctor, to discover that she’s suffering from post-traumatic amnesia.

Intoxicated by the woman’s beauty, Jake claims to be her husband. He names her Kitty and takes her to his remote desert home to recuperate.

As Kitty struggles to come to grips with who she is, Jake invents an elaborate life they can share – the life he has always yearned for.

Little by little, Kitty begins to fall in love with him. But when shreds of her past begin to surface, Jake increasingly lives in fear of losing the love of his life.



Delfine Bafort

actress (Dafne/Kitty)

A native of Ghent, Belgium, Delfine Bafort began her career as a model at the age of 17. Since then, she has walked many a runway and become the face for such exclusive brands as Balenciaga, Versace, D&G, Jean Paul Gaultier, Loewe, Cacharel, Calvin Klein, Moschino and DKNY, among others.

She has adorned the covers of such international magazines as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie-Claire, Elle and Dazed & Confused.

A passionate actress at heart, Bafort holds a Bachelor of Drama degree from the KASK Conservatorium of the Arts, in Ghent, and studied with John Korkes at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, in New York.

In 2003, she played the female lead in Belgian director Felix Van Groeningen’s film “Steve + Sky.” In 2008 she starred alongside Vincent Gallo, in his film “Promises Written in Water,” which premiered at the 2010 Venice Film Festival, where it was screened in competition.

Bafort has also performed in a handful of short films and, in 2016, appeared in two other features — Lydia Rigaux’s “Hoe Kamelen Leeuwin worden” and Marco Laguna’s “Doubleplusungood” — as well as starring in Dimitri de Clercq’s YOU GO TO MY HEAD.


Svetozar Cvetković

actor (Jake)

Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Svetozar Cvetković completed his degree in acting at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade in 1980. That year, he joined the Atelje 212 Theatre ensemble, where he continues to perform and served as director for twelve years, between 1997-2009.

A major star in Eastern Europe, Cvetković has performed in more than 80 feature films, TV series and television productions, primarily produced in ex-Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, as well as abroad. He has worked with such impressive directors as Dušan Makavejev, Živojin Pavlović, Stole Popov, Enki Bilal, Goran Paskaljević, Franco Rossi, Miša Radivojević and Goran Marković.

In 2005 he launched his own production company, Testament filmS. Thus far, he has produced four feature films — Goran Marković’s “The Tour” and three films by Miša Radivojević: “Awkening From the Dead,” “The Reject,” and “How I Was Stolen by the Germans.”

Cvetković has appeared in numerous theatre productions in ex-Yugoslavia, Serbia, Canada, Austria, Switzerland, Great Britain, Slovenia and Croatia.

Over the past 30 years, his performances have been awarded in every major film and theatre festival in ex-Yugoslavia and Serbia, as well as abroad. Dušan Makavejev’s political satire “Gorilla Bathes at Noon,” starring Cvetković, was honored with the International Critics’ Prize at the 1993 Berlin International Film Festival.

Cvetković currently works as actor and film and theater producer. YOU GO TO MY HEAD is his first Belgian-German-French coproduction.

The Filmmakers

Dimitri de Clercq

director, producer, screenwriter

Producer turned filmmaker, Dimitri de Clercq began his producing career working with directors Mathieu Kassovitz (Café au Lait), Alain Robbe-Grillet (The Blue Villa) and Raúl Ruiz (The Golden Boat, Time Regained and Savage Souls).

In 1993, he won an International Emmy Award for producing Ray Müller’s controversial documentary The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl.

A native Belgian, de Clercq grew up in the Middle East before majoring in film direction and production at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

In 2002, he started his own production company, CRM-114, named in homage to maverick filmmaker Stanley Kubrick. De Clercq’s fascination with the desert led him to produce several award-winning films set in desolate environments, including Afghan writer-director Atiq Rahimi’s Earth and Ashes (2005) and Iraqi director Mohamed Al-Daradji’s Son of Babylon (2009).

The sepia-hued, parched wilderness of the desert was also a key inspiration for You Go To My Head, de Clercq’s feature film directorial debut.

Thomas Gottschall

executive producer

Born in 1980, Thomas Gottschall grew up in Passau, Germany. At the age of 14 he started experimenting with film, shooting 8mm-stop-motion movies.

After college in Germany, he travelled to the United States to begin his education at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida (associate of science degree program). At film school he participated in two short films as director and gaffer (16mm & 35mm), and also produced and co-directed a television commercial for a local mini-motorcycle manufacturer.

After graduating from the film production degree program in November 2002, he returned to Germany to work on numerous advertising campaigns and industrial content including, Siemens AG, Vedes, BMW AG, MINI, ÖAMTC.

In 2010, Thomas became head of production at a full service production house called “just GmbH”.

After 3 ½ years at just, Thomas founded his own munich based production company “The Terminal Motion Picture Services” and produced work for advertising and retail clients including BMW, MINI, Allianz Insurance, ADAC (German auto club), Dachser Logistics, Bowers & Wilkins, Harman Kardon, …

Thanks to Dimitri de Clercq, Thomas began a new chapter in his career as executive producer of the feature film “You Go To My Head.”

Stijn Grupping

director of photography

Born in Belgium in 1986, Stijn Grupping earned a Bachelor’s degree in film, with a specialty in cinematography, from the LUCA School of the Arts-Narafi, in Brussels, in 2008.

He has shot 15 short films, which have appeared and won prizes at film festivals in Berlin, Seattle, New York, Hollywood, Rotterdam and Leuven.

Passionate about the vast possibilities the camera offers, Grupping has launched his own production and theater company, delving into both the commercial and experimental sides of filmmaking. The company’s production arm has produced high-end commercials for international brands like Jupiler and Tomorrowland. Through his theater company, Grupping explores the use of video in combination with lighting and set design, often employing multiple screens, and creating performance pieces that inventively juggle film, visual arts and theatre traditions.

Grupping has served as director of photography on two feature films — Felix van Cleeff’s experimental feature “Eventide” and Dimitri de Clercq’s YOU GO TO MY HEAD — working exclusively with available natural light on both films. He was honored with the Best Cinematography Award for his work on “Eventide” at the 2015 Harlem International Film Festival, and was nominated for the same prize at the Southampton International Film Festival that same year.

Tobias Beul


Born in Attendorn, Germany in 1982, Tobias Beul completed his degree in film editing at the Bavarian Television Academy in Munich in 2009. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literary, Cultural and Media Studies from Siegen University.

From 2009 onward, he has been working in Munich’s media industry, transcending genre boundaries and establishing a wide field of expertise as an editor ranging from TV commercials to social media and corporate films to short films and long form documentaries.

His diverse clientele comprises corporate giants such as BMW, Siemens and Audi, major television networks ARD, ZDF and ProSiebenSat.1, a multitude of high profile media agencies such as Serviceplan and Publicis as well as renowned educational institutes such as the HFF Munich – Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film.

His focus in filmmaking is firmly rooted in editorial, yet extends into a plethora of postproduction competences – ranging from color grading and online editing to VFX and motion design. His love for people and their stories however marks the core of his passion for filmmaking and subsequently his devotion to film editing.

His editing work on the worldwide “First Mover” campaign for car parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen has been honored with numerous awards in the corporate and advertising festival circuit.

In 2014, he started a close creative collaboration with long-time colleague and friend Thomas Gottschall and his production company The Terminal, executive producer of YOU GO TO MY HEAD. Together, they worked on numerous successful productions in the advertising and corporate sector before teaming up for the editing and post-production work on YOU GO TO MY HEAD.

YOU GO TO MY HEAD is Tobias Beul’s feature film editorial debut. He also created the title and end credit sequences for the film.

Rosemary Ricchio


Originally from Niagara Falls, NY, USA, Rosemary Ricchio holds a BFA in painting and drawing, and an MFA in filmmaking from New York University. She was awarded a Warner Bros. Fellowship and interned at their Burbank studios, spent the better part of her adult life in Manhattan, worked as script supervisor on New York independent films, and served as administrative director of New York Women in Film & Television for 13 years. She has written and directed six short films and written a handful of feature screenplays independently.

At the turn of the millennium, Ricchio moved to Paris and began working as a translator (from French to English) for the cinema. Since then, she has translated close to 100 screenplays, subtitled well over 300 films, and written and translated numerous cinema-related press kits — often working in tandem with her screenwriting partner, Pierre Bourdy.

In 2006, Bourdy and Ricchio began an ongoing creative collaboration with Dimitri de Clercq. The twosome co-wrote five feature film screenplays for de Clercq’s production company, CRM-114, before teaming up with him to write the screenplay for YOU GO TO MY HEAD.

Pierre Bourdy


A native of Bordeaux, France, Pierre Bourdy has worn many hats in the film industry. After studying philosophy at the University of Bordeaux 3, he directed an experimental feature and wrote a handful of screenplays, while running two cinema bookstores (one in Paris, another in Lyon) and working as a film archivist.

He has co-written two books on the history of film posters for the Éditions Intemporel, cofounded the Patrice Énard Association and supervised the restoration of that experimental filmmaker’s entire body of work. As an expert on cinema-related photography, Bourdy has also organized numerous auctions at the Drouot auction house in Paris.

Since 2010, he has also been translating screenplays and teleplays (from English to French), subtitling films, and writing and translating cinema-related press kits — often working in tandem with his screenwriting partner, Rosemary Ricchio.

In 2006, Bourdy and Ricchio began an ongoing creative collaboration with Dimitri de Clercq. The twosome co-wrote five feature film screenplays for de Clercq’s production company, CRM-114, before teaming up with him to write the screenplay for YOU GO TO MY HEAD.