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Short Film Night: Kino um Glacis – Drive & Walk-in

LUXFILMFEST AND FILM FUND LUXEMBOURG PRESENT: LOVE IT SHORT

On 27th July at 9.30 PM, Luxembourg City Film Festival and Film Fund Luxembourg join the "Kino um Glacis - Drive & Walk-in" open air cinema organised by the Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg with a selection of 10 short films made in/with Luxembourg from LuxFilmFest’s previous 10 editions, including the winner of the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film, Mr Hublot by Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares. Discover some of the shorts that left their mark on the Festival’s history – from surreal experimental films, horror and sci-fi genre pieces, as well as genuine dramas which all showcase the diversity of short form cinema.

 

Programme:

  • Faleminderit (LU, 2020) by Nicolas Neuhold - 13'
  • Wurst (LU, 2014) by Carlo Vögele - 6'
  • Halligalli (LU, 2020) by Govinda Van Maele - 35'
  • Mr Hublot (LU, FR, 2013) by Laurent Witz & Alexandre Espigares - 11'
  • Portraitiste (LU, 2019) by Cyrus Neshvad - 15'
  • Seed of Hope (LU, 2019) by Claude Kongs - 12'
  • 22:22 (LU, 2013) by Julien Becker - 19'
  • Abigail (LU, 2020) by Nicolas Debray - 5'
  • Ibijazi (LU, 2012) by Luc Feit - 9'
  • Pearlies (Quenottes) (LU, FR, 2016) by Pascal Thiébaux & Gil Pinheiro - 6'

 

Tickets:

  • PRICE: 10€ per car or four-seat pedestrian lounge
  • TICKETING: Tickets can only be purchased online via Luxembourg-Ticket. No tickets will be sold on site. Tickets are non-refundable.
  • FOOD VOUCHERS: Admission tickets can be exchanged for vouchers to be used in the "food village" catering area. A 10€ ticket amounts to a food voucher worth 10€.

 

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