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Take a trip into Luxembourg’s past with Histoire(s) de femme(s)

Ahead of the kick-off of LuxFilmFest in March, we have prepared two special school screenings of Anne Schroeder’s new documentary Histoire(s) de femme(s) (2018) in February.


Set against the backdrop of the international Women’s Marches in 2017 and #MeToo movement, the Luxembourgish director takes a look at the recent past, and how domestic and sexual politics have changed (or not) for women in Luxembourg since the 1950s. The screenings will be followed by a debate/Q&A with the director.

4/02 | 9:00 - Kinepolis Kirchberg
12/02 | 9:00 - CNA, Dudelange
Free entry.
Registration (for school classes):


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