Luxembourg City Film Festival 2020 – Virtual Reality Pavilion (line up)

Luxembourg City Film Festival 2020 – Virtual Reality Pavilion (line up)

Despite its small size, Luxembourg is a land without limits when it comes to creation, especially for virtual reality. Luxembourg City Film Festival is another example of the great possibilities you’ll find there, with another year and line-up dedicated to immersive contents. See more

March, 5-15

Luxembourg City Film Festival 2020 – Virtual Reality Pavilion (line-up)

Luxembourg City Film Festival (line-up)

  • 7 LIVES – Jan KOUNEN
  • A LINHA – Ricardo LAGANARO
  • ALGORITHMIC PERFUMERY – Frederick DUERINCK
  • BATTLESCAR PART I-III – Nico CASAVECCHIA & Martin ALLAIS
  • CIRQUE DU SOLEIL DREAMS OF “O” – FELIX & PAUL STUDIOS
  • COSMOS WITHIN US – Tupac MARTIR See our interview
  • DAUGHTERS OF CHIBOK – Joel ‘KACHI BENSON
  • EVEREST VR – Jonathan GRIFFITH
  • FOREST LOUNGE – Benigno PEREZ
  • GLOOMY EYES CHAP I-III – Fernando MALDONADO& Jorge TERESO
  • GYMNASIA – Chris LAVIS & Maciek SZCZERBOWSKI
  • SPHERES CHAP I-III – Eliza MCNITT
  • SUBLIMATION – Karolina MARKIEWICZ & Pascal PIRON
  • THE SUN LADIES – Christian STEPHEN & Céline TRICART
  • THE KEY – Céline TRICART
  • TRAVELING WHILE BLACK – Roger ROSS WILLIAMS & Ayesha NADARAJAH

Supported by the Ministry of Culture and the City of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Film Festival is the country’s official film festival. With this in mind, it is committed to presenting high-quality, exclusive content of undeniable artistic value, featuring a vast panorama of international contemporary fiction and documentary films, special screenings, Luxembourgish productions and a young audiences programme.

Beyond the 208 screenings in the three partner cinema complexes (Ciné Utopia, Kinepolis Kirchberg, and the Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg), the Festival welcomed 327 international guests and professional visitors in 2019 and dares to venture beyond film theatres, hosting special evening events, free workshops, exhibitions and concerts in many of the capital’s cultural institutions. In the nine years since its inception, the Festival didn’t just earn the trust of these national institutions, but hosted several events in collaboration with international partners such as the United Nations, diplomatic representations, the European Film Academy, the World Bank as well as other Festivals.

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