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WHAT'S ON TODAY: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9TH

Another packed day at the LuxFilmFest with films you won't want to miss!

Today's your opportunity to watch Rithy Panh's EVERYTHING WILL BE OK, nominated for our 2030 Award by the Luxembourg Aid & Development and an Official Selection at the BERLINALE in 2021. 18:30 PM, Ciné Utopia

Our Official and Documentary Competitions continue today with: 

  • ATLANTIDE by Yuri Ancarani. 18:30 PM, Cinémathèque
  • REFLECTION by Valentyn Vasyanovych. 20:30 PM, Ciné Utopia
  • LOST FLOWERS by Fabrizio Maltese. 18:30 PM, Ciné Utopia
  • 1970 by Tomasz Wolski. 20:45 PM, Cinémathèque

To not be missed...

IT MUST BE HEAVEN by Elia Suleiman. 16:00 PM, Ciné Utopia
CRISE ET CHUCHOTEMENTS by Jossy Mayor & Laurent Moyse. 19:00 PM, Kinepolis Kirchberg

Our collaboration with MUDAM , IF I COULD WISH FOR SOMETHING by Dora Garcia. 19:00 PM, Ciné Utopia
Our collaboration with BGL BNP PARIBAS, UMAMI by Slony Sow. 18:30 PM, Kinepolis Kirchberg

Finally, don't miss the event LOST WEEKEND: 48H FILM CHALLENGE, a short film challenge open to all filmmakers – from beginners with no prior experience to seasoned pros – to complete a film in only 48 hours!

What's on ?

Europa Film Festivals and Europa International signed a document to strengthen the relationships between festivals and international sales agents

Europa International (the European organisation for sales agents) and Europa Film Festivals (a network of 12 festivals with LuxFilmFest as a member) signed and unveiled two documents at the last... → More

Young Audience Award Jury (12-14 years old)

YOUNG AUDIENCE AWARD SAVE THE DATE ! 12/11/2022 Luxembourg City Film Festival hosts for the 7th time the YOUNG AUDIENCE FILM DAY organised by the European Film Academy. The event... → More

We are hiring!

We are looking for motivated new members for our team for the next Luxfilmfest. Are you a motivated, dynamic and organised film lover and have always dreamt of working for... → More