Friday, February 28, 2014

Discovery Zone Film Fest is coming to town

I've been talking about Discovery Zone Luxembourg City Film Festival ever since it was born on 2010. It's one -the biggest- of the cinematic events that makes us happy here in the Grand Duchy.

And, if I would be to describe it once more to the international community who is discovering it right now, I would start like that:

"Discovery Zone is the one and only international film festival in Luxembourg. It takes over the city for two weeks and, apart from a catchy name, it also comes with a lot of cosmopolitan charm."

You can read the rest of the article on Delano online or get your copy in the newsstand. And there's something more you can do: you can make sure not to miss it. If you're around, the festival opens Friday and runs through March 9.

Key people with us this year: Michel Gondry with his new documentary Is the Man Who is Tall Happy? (2013), an animated conversation with Noam Chomsky, Clemence Poesy with a Robin Hood Tax campaign film and Luc Dardenne giving a free Masterclass, already fully booked.

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