Wonderful Losers. A Different World / Nuostabieji luzeriai. Kita planeta, (Lithuania, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Latvia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, 2017), documentary, 72 min, VO English subtitles, written and directed by Arunas Matelis
8'19'', Bulgarina 2017, documentary, 90 min, VO, English subtitles, directed by K. Grozeva, P. Valchanov, L. Mladenov, N. Koseva, T. Ushev, V. Lyutskanov, written by Georgi Gospodinov
A to B Rollerski / Neiespejamais ir iespejams (Latvia 2017), documentary, 97 min, VO English subtitles, directed by Arnis Aspers
Ice Mother / Bába z ledu (Czech Republic, 2017), comedy/drama, 106 min, VO, English subtitles, directed by Bohdan Slama, written by Bohdan Sláma, Cast: Zuzana Kronerova, Pavel Novy, Vaclav Neuzil, Tatiana Vilhelmova, Petra Spalkova, Marek Daniel
From Cremona to Cremona (Bulgaria, Italy 2016), documentary, 75 min, English subtitles, directed by Maria Averina
A Balkan Noir, Sweden/Montenegro 2017, drama, 74 min, English subtitles, Written and directed by Dražen Kuljanin, with Disa Östrand, Srdjan Grahovac, Johannes Kuhnke, Sergej Trifunovic
Playing Men, Serbia 2017, documentary, 60 min, English subtitles Written and directed by Matjaž Ivanišin
Srbenka, Croatia 2018, documentary, 72 min, en subtitles, directed by Nebojša Slijepčević
As every year we are pround participant of Nessmoort - famous nut-fair market in Vianden. We are open from 11.00 to 18.30.
Tower. A bright day. [Wieża. Jasny dzień] Poland 2017, Director and screenwriter Jagoda Szelc, 106 min, VO with English subtitles Cast: Anna Krotoska, Malgorzata Szczerbowska, Rafal Cieluch, Laila Hennessy, Rafal Kwietniewski, Dorota Lukasiewicz-Kwietniewska, Anna Zubrzycki, Artur Krajewski.
Polish cinema (like any other good cinema) provides inspiration to create poster responses. All the posters presented at this exhibition are artistic responses to some of the classic Polish movies.
L'ensemble Chorus se compose de musiciens-amateurs voulant, par une approche prudente, laisser chaque phrase se déployer dans son espace naturel, sans chercher à retenir l'attention, afin de présenter l’édifice musical de la meilleure façon possible.