Non-Festival School Screenings

In May 2019, in collaboration with the Ministère de l'éducation nationale, de l'Enfance et de la Jeunesse, ainsi que le SCRIPT, Luxembourg City Film Festival organises several school screenings as part of its Non-Festival school programme, in line with its mission to promote media literacy of students, for classes of Luxembourgish secondary schools.

The screenings will be followed by discussions lead by film experts and professionals.


  • LOMO: The Language of Many Others
    by Julia Langhof
    Germany, 2017 | 101' | DE OV
    Karl spends most of his time on his blog. Disillusioned with his failing romance, he starts playing a dangerous game: his followers increasingly take control of him, ruling over matters of life and death. (Age 15+)
    Julia Langhof, the film's director, will attend both screenings and take part in the discussions with a member of the BEE SECURE team after the film.

    Monday, 13/05, 9:00 at Ciné Scala in Diekirch
    Tuesday, 14/05, 9:00, at KulturFabrik in Esch-sur-Alzette

  • When Paul Came Over the Sea: Journal of an Encounter (Als Paul über das Meer kam: Tagebuch einer Begegnung)
    by Jakob Preuss
    Germany, 2017 | 97' | DE OV with FR subt.
    In Morocco, filmmaker Jakob Preuss meets Paul Nkamani, a refugee from Cameroon waiting to cross the Mediterranean for Europe. Instead of passively documenting Paul’s journey, Jakob decides to take action and help him reach Germany. (Age 13+)
    Film experts of the Centre national de l'audiovisuel (CNA) will lead the discussions after both screenings.

    Wednesday, 15/05, 9:00 at Ciné Sura in Echternach
    Friday, 17/05, 9:00 at Prabbeli in Wiltz


Free entry. Teachers can sign their classes up via

Download the accompanying educational material here.

Mon 13/05 09:00 Ciné Scala, Diekirch - VO ALL - Scolaire
Tue 14/05 09:00 KulturFabrik, Esch-sur-Alzette - VO ALL - Scolaire
Wed 15/05 09:00 Ciné Sura, Echternach - VO ALL avec sst. FR - Scolaire
Fri 17/05 09:00 Prabbeli, Wiltz - VO ALL avec sst. FR - Scolaire
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