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  • de Donato Rotunno • Luxembourg - 1998 - 00h52m00

    The municipal elections of 1999 allow all EU-citizens to vote and mark a turning point in the development of democracy. Through the addition of an entire new generation of migrant voters to public life, notions such as citizenship and belonging are deeply transformed. The film portrays this development, in an exemplary fashion, with regards to second-generation Italian immigrants.

  • Iwwer an eriwwer • de Geneviève Mersch • Luxembourg - 1996 - 00h33m00

    352/5000 The small village of Eisenbach in the north of Luxembourg is crossed by the River Our. It marks the border between the Grand Duchy and Germany and cuts the village in two. With the help of testimonies, the film tells of the dramatic repercussions of the Second World War on families living on both sides of the river.

  • de Olivier Zuchuat • Switzerland • France - 2008 - 01h14m00

  • de Olivier Babinet • France - 2016 - 01h24m00
    Aïssatou Dia  •  Mariyama Diallo  •  Abou Fofana  •  Nazario Giordano  •  Astan Gonle  •  Salimata Gonle  •  Naïla Hanafi  •  Aaron N'Kiambi  •  Régis Marvin Merveille N'Kissi Moggzi  •  Paul Turgot  •  Elvis Zannou

  • de Gianfranco Rosi • Italy - 2013 - 01h35m00

    The film depicts life along the Grande Raccordo Anulare, the ring-road highway that circles Rome. According to the director, the film was inspired by Italo Calvino's novel Invisible Cities (1972), in which the explorer Marco Polo is imagined describing his travels to the Emperor of China Kublai Khan. Golden Lion in Venice 2013.

  • de Jean-Pierre Pozzi Pierre Barougier • France - 2010 - 01h42m00
    Isabelle Duflocq  •  Pascaline Dogliani

    "Just A Beginning" follows a nursery school class for a period of two years. But this is a very unusual class as the children, aged three to five study... philosophy! Seated in a circle around a ritually lit candle, the children, in a fresh, funny and sometimes merciless manner, approach the universal subjects of love, power, difference, growing up, death etc.

  • de Sébastien Lifshitz • France - 2011 - 01h55m00

  • de Frederick Wiseman • United States - 1986 - 02h01m00

  • Bloe Steen • de Tom Alesch • Luxembourg - 2007 - 00h49m00

    Less ubiquitous than the widespread steel production, the slate industry was the second largest in the Grand Duchy for a long time. Flashback to the exciting history of slate mining in Martelange, which was more than two centuries long.

  • Das malerische Luxemburg • de Felix Medinger • Luxembourg - 1912 - 00h06m00

  • de Frédéric Guillaume • Belgium - 2002 - 00h31m00

    In Brussels, on the main commercial road of the Toison d'Or by the Hilton, there is a black formed of about forty houses whose fate been in the hands of a big commercial and financial British group for the past two years. Twice this year, these powerful investors have tried to impose on the inhabitants of the neighborhood, the implementation of a mall thereby condemning these houses to demolition.

  • de Jean-Louis Van Belle • Belgium - 1969 - 01h20m00

  • Listen • de Jacques Molitor • Luxembourg - 2017 - 00h38m00
    M. Ndiaye  •  A. Djo  •  A. Ndoye  •  D. Diouf  •  M. Segnana

    Stigma and discrimination remain the main obstacles to end the HIV epidemic, especially in Western Africa. The African NGO “Enda Santé” and the Luxembourg NGO “Stop Aids Now” are fighting for the most vulnerable populations’ access to health. This documentary gives a unique glimpse into the lives of three people who are devoted to this fight.

  • Chocolate, Chewing Gum and Brown Babies • de Andy Bausch • Luxembourg - 2010 - 01h20m00
    Henry Losch  •  Richard Brookins  •  Annie Tonteling  •  Maria Theisen

    On September 10th, 1944, the first Americans cross the Luxembourgish border. The long-awaited liberators are here! Their pockets filled with chocolate, chewing gum and cigarettes, their hearts filled with weariness and apprehension, they soon find themselves overwhelmed by the gratitude of the Luxembourgish people. Friendships are born, affairs, even lasting relationships.

  • A l'école de la providence • de Gérard Preszow • Belgium - 2000 - 01h25m00

    What does "going to school" means for young people today ? Also for the adults who "spend their time to socialize instead of teaching" ? I tried to get as much as informations as possible of these two worlds. To do that, I settled during one whole school year, in an emblematic school in Brussels : "l'Institut de la Providence"...

  • Inside Deep Throat • de Fenton Bailey Randy Barbato • United States - 2005 - 01h30m00
    Dennis Hopper  •  Gerard Damiano  •  Linda Lovelace  •  Harry Reems

  • de Julie Schroell • Luxembourg - 2011 - 01h10m00

  • La chambre de Damien • de Jasna Krajinovic • Belgium - 2008 - 01h13m00

    Damian is 20 years old. We meet him a few months before he leaves the juvenile prison in Slovenia, where he had been detained since he was sixteen. From his cell he dreams of the room at home, the room that once used to be his father’s. When he finally arrives in this house, his desire to start a new life and to renew the relationship with his family and the society is put to trial...

  • de François Ducat Frank Dalmat • Belgium - 2010 - 00h51m00

    Mokoomba, from one shore to another is the story of a band of six musicians from Zimbabwe who win a 3-month tour in Europe during the Music Crossroads 2008 festival. Behind this victory offering financial perspectives they and their community never could have dreamt of, a surprise is to put them to a severe test...

  • So Help Me God • de Yves Hinant Jean Libon • France - 2017 - 01h39m00
    Anne Gruwez

    In this unapologetic and politically incorrect portrait, an extraordinary and eccentric Belgian judge takes viewers behind the scenes of real-life criminal investigations. The stranger-than-fiction documentary makes for a wild and riveting ride.

  • E Futtballspill am Schnéi - Erënnerungen un de Roger Manderscheid • de Anne Schiltz Tom Alesch • Luxembourg - 2014 - 00h52m00

  • de Frederick Wiseman • United States - 1989 - 02h49m00

  • D'Fifties • de Andy Bausch • Luxembourg - 2013 - 01h22m00
    Will Aust  •  Albert Breuer  •  Jerry Darnelle  •  Jang Defrang  •  Colette Flesch  •  Bim Diderich  •  Mesy Faber-Bergamini  •  Fernand Fox  •  Rosch Krieps  •  Roger Quaino

    Andy Bausch presents a kaleidoscope of the 50s in Luxembourg, consisting of a multitude of animated images, images of Télé Luxembourg (established in 1955), amateur footage, propaganda films by Philippe Schneider, newspaper articles, photographies by Theo Mey, Tony Krier and Paul Aschmann, rare sound recordings and first and foremost, the testimonies of many an interview partner.

  • de Frans Buyens • Belgium - 2003 - 01h50m00
    André Goeffers  •  Lydia Chagoll  •  Michèle Simonnet  •  Anne Blanpain

    From Pacific War, we only remember the Japanese attack that happened on Pearl Harbor and those awful consequences : atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This movie shows it through concentration Japanese camps where Lydia Chagoll was interned during this war.

  • Life In Loops (A Megacities RMX) • de Timo Novotny • Austria • Luxembourg - 2006 - 01h19m00

    Multi-media artist Timo Novotny describes his project as an experimental musical documentary. His film is a remix of the film Megacities, a visually opulent essay about life in several big cities around the world, which was filmed in 1997 by the Austrian director Michael Glawogger. The soundtrack, which plays a role in shaping the film, is the work of the electronic group Sofa Surfers.

  • de Marc-Antoine Roudil Sophie Bruneau • France - 2009 - 01h52m00

    A territory, the Auvergne. A timeline that goes from to globalization. A character, former Communist, called Pierre Juquin. Meetings with people who think, act and are. Situations that speak of Republic, religion, capitalism and war. A portrait in mosaic structure suggesting an inventory.

  • de Nicolas Simon • Belgium - 2003 - 00h52m00

    Johnny Gasser, born in a traditionnal circus family, takes over the art and creates with parents and friends a modern show for their Starlight circus. It takes a continuous effort, and there's a lot of work. Some disagreements come up fast, but never on stage : Johnny does a balance act in between everyone's universe, to bond his ideals, his team, as the audience's reactions.

  • de Eve Duchemin • Belgium - 2009 - 00h52m00

    Those Waiting for the Birds is the portrait of a game: "pigeon racing". Through passionate pigeon racers, such as Robert Calonne, an old mason and famous champion, Serge Taillieu, a young unemployed but diligent player, or Herbots Philip, who made breading pigeons a lucrative business, the film director is contemplating this sport today.

  • de Raymond Depardon • France - 2003 - 01h45m00
    Michèle Bernard-Requin

    The proceedings of a Paris courtroom are the grist for this documentary. Drawn from over 200 appearances before the same female judge, the director chooses a dozen or so varied misdemeanor and civil hearings to highlight the subtle details of human behavior. In the process he draws attention to issues of guilt, innocence, policing and ethnicity in France.

  • de Paola Stévenne • Belgium - 2002 - 00h59m00

    Lands of confusion is about a journey through Europe, starting in Ceuta, Spanish enclave on the coast of Morocco, and ending in Berlin. The presence and shared life experience of each person met on the way bear witness of what it means to be an illegal immigrant in Europe today.

  • 100 Joer Jeunesse • de Julie Schroell • Luxembourg - 2007 - 01h02m00

    296/5000 Born in the industrial city of Esch-sur-Alzette, the 'La Jeunesse' football club celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2007. A centenary marked by victories, rivalries and meetings with mythical teams (Real, Liverpool, Bayern, Juventus ...), but also by the social history of the city.

  • de Sophie Fiennes • United Kingdom - 2012 - 02h16m00
    Slavoj Žižek

    The sequel to The Pervert's Guide to Cinema sees the reunion of brilliant philosopher Slavoj Zizek with filmmaker Sophie Fiennes, now using their inventive interpretation of moving pictures to examine ideology - the collective fantasies that shape our beliefs and practices.

  • de Marie-Hélène Massin • Belgium - 2002 - 00h52m00

    For several year now, representatives of the population of Maghreb origins have demanded a political voice in local government. In Saint-Gilles, individuals have presented themselves for the communal elections on the lists of various traditional parties, with all their demands and expectations. In meeting and debates, the same questions are raised concerning social cohesion and democracy.

  • de Jean-Michel Carré • France - 2011 - 01h10m00

    Everybody would like to have opportunities to pursue the emotional and sexual dimension in life, and the disabled are no exception. But how is it possible to fulfil basic needs if society, be it ordinary citizens or decision-makers, deny them? The movie approches this essential question and tries to envision solutions.

  • Foreign Affairs • de Pasha Rafiy • Luxembourg - 2016 - 01h15m00
    Jean Asselborn

    Foreign Affairs takes us both straight into the heart of global politics and the everyday life of "Jang". We share his engagement with diplomacy and hope that he carries in his function as a politician, but also in the intimate moments of solitude that he experiences during his unrestrained race around the world.

  • Nostalgia de la luz • de Patricio Guzmán • Chile - 2009 - 01h30m00
    Gaspar Calas  •  Lautaro Núñez  •  Luís Henríquez  •  Miguel  •  Victor González  •  Vicky Saaveda  •  George Preston  •  Violeta Berrios  •  Valentina Rodríguez

    In Chile's Atacama Desert, astronomers peer deep into the cosmos in search for answers concerning the origins of life. Nearby, a group of women sift through the sand searching for body parts of loved ones, dumped unceremoniously by Pinochet's regime.

  • Death of a President • de Gabriel Range • United Kingdom - 2006 - 01h37m00
    Hend Ayoub  •  Becky Ann Baker  •  Brian Boland  •  Michael Reilly Burke  •  Patricia Buckley  •  Seena Jon  •  Robert Mangiardi  •  Jay Patterson  •  Chavez Ravine  •  George W. Bush  •  Dick Cheney

  • Doheem • de Christophe Wagner • Luxembourg - 2005 - 00h57m00

  • de Michael Glawogger • Austria • Germany • Luxembourg - 2011 - 01h50m00

  • Au-delà des ténèbres • de Thierry Michel • Belgium • Finland • France - 2005 - 01h56m00
    Olivier Cheysson  •  Thierry Michel  •  Lye Mudaba

    We will sail up the Congo river, the largest river basin in the world, from its mouth all the way to its source. This journey, on this majestic river, which has inexorably followed its path for centuries and centuries, will also be a personal path.

  • Chaim Yakarim • de Shlomi Eldar • Israel - 2010 - 01h26m00
    Fawzi Abou Mustafa  •  Raïda Abou Mustafa  •  Raz Somech  •  Amos Toren  •  Naïm Abou Mustafa

  • de Christian Muno Fränk Muno , Raoul Schmitz • Luxembourg - 2013 - 00h55m00

    NAK MUAY (which designates the one who practices Thai boxing) tells the story of Kevin Haas, a young 30 years old Luxembourgian who wants to make his dream come true : to become the first Luxembourgian World Champion of Muay Thai.

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