LuxFilmFest 2021 - Programme & Tickets

Discover the complete programme of an extraordinary hybrid edition.

The 11th LuxFilmFest will take place in a HYBRID setting, combining in-person cinema screenings with a vast array of online content. International guests and jurys will join the Festival digitally via online Q&As, exclusive interviews and masterclasses. Among the highlights: some of the most eagerly awaited films of the Awards season, gender parity in the Official and Documentary Competitions, and a tribute and retrospectives dedicated to directors William Friedkin (The ExorcistThe French Connection) and Terry Gilliam (Brazil12 Monkeys...).

"Luxembourg is one of the few countries in Europe where cinemas are open, where it is still possible to see films on the silver screen" emphasised Mrs. Sam Tanson, Minister for Culture, at LuxFilmFest's press conference. "This 11th edition is taking place in a context of uncertainty which we are happy to provide answers to [...] the sanitary protocols will be followed to the letter" explained the Festival president Georges Santer.



The members of the International Jury - to be announced soon - will award the Grand Prix - by Orange to one of the eight films shortlisted for the Official Competition:



The Documentary Jury, made up of members of the Europa Film Festivals network, i.e. 12 executives of European festivals, is responsible for awarding the Documentary Award - by BGL BNP Paribas to one of the six competing films:



For its eleventh edition, LuxFilmFest has once again some true gems waiting to be discovered in our Official Selection and other non-competitive strands. Discover everything we have on offer on our website:




In cinemas

Ticket: 7€ / screening
Discount: 5€ / screening
Get your tickets for cinema screenings here.

Festival PASS:
30 € for 5 tickets at no extra charge


Ticket: 7 €* / film

Online Festival PASS:
30€ - PASS for the official & documentary competitions
50€ - PASS for the competitions and non-competitive films


Information Festival PASS & tickets -

What's on ?

LuxFilmFest 2021 - Monday 08/03

LIGHTS ON LUXEMBOURG TALENTS We're kicking off this Festival week in style by shining a light on young Luxembourg filmmakers through the Showcase - Shorts Made in/with Luxembourg , a... → More

Journal de Boyd #5

Land and Authenticity In the documentary Gevar’s Land and the fiction feature Assandira , the protagonists’ connections to the land they live in and on are often tenuous and under... → More


IN COMPETITION Fiction features and documentaries... the competitions keep going strong! DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION NEW... Songs of Repression by Estephan Wagner, Marianne Hougen-Moraga The residents of a German colony in Chile... → More