Cinema of Luxembourg


Cinema of Luxembourg

The Luxembourg film industry is quite small, but this is unsurprising given that the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has a population of only about 400,000 people. However, many films have been made in the country, both by native filmmakers and by people from other countries.

In 1993, Dammentour by Paul Scheuer (AFO-Productions) and Hochzäitsnuecht (Paul Cruchten) won awards at the Max Ophüls Festival in Saarbrücken.

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List of native films made in Luxembourg

  • Il est un petit pays (1937) directed by René Leclère
  • L'amour, oui! mais...(1970) directed by Philippe Schneider
  • Wat huet e gesot? (1981) directed by Paul Scheuer, Georges Fautsch and Maisy Hausemer
  • When the Music's Over (1981) directed by Andy Bausch (8 mm)
  • E Fall fir sech (1984) directed by Menn Bodson and Marc Olinger starring Josiane Peiffer and René Pütz
  • Congé fir e Mord (1983) directed by Paul Scheuer starring Josiane Peiffer and Paul Scheuer
  • Déi zwéi vum Bierg (1985) directed by Menn Bodson, Gast Rollinger and Marc Olinger starring Fernand Fox
  • Gwyncilla, Legend of Dark Ages (1986) directed by Andy Bausch starring Géraldine Karier and Thierry van Werveke
  • Die Reise das Land (1986) directed by Paul Kieffer and Fränk Hoffmann starring Mathias Kniesbeck and André Jung
  • Troublemaker (1988) directed by Andy Bausch starring Thierry van Werveke and Jochen Senf
  • De falschen Hond (1989) directed by Menn Bodson, Gast Rollinger and Marc Olinger starring André Jung
  • Mumm Sweet Mumm (1989) directed by Paul Scheuer, Georges Fautsch and Maisy Hausemer starring Josiane Peiffer
  • A Wopbopaloobop A Lopbamboom (1989) directed by Andy Bausch starring Désirée Nosbusch, Sabine Berg and Thierry van Werveke
  • Schacko Klak (1990) directed by Paul Kieffer and Fränk Hoffmann starring André Jung, Paul Greisch and Myriam Muller
  • Hochzäitsnuecht (1992) directed by Pol Cruchten starring Myriam Muller and Thierry van Werveke
  • Dammentour (1992) directed by Paul Scheuer, Georges Fautsch and Maisy Hausemer starring Josiane Peiffer and Germain Wagner
  • Three Shake-a-leg-steps to Heaven (1993) directed by Andy Bausch starring Thierry van Werweke, Udo Kier, Eddie Constantine and Désirée Nosbusch
  • Back in Trouble (1997) directed by Andy Bausch starring Thierry van Werveke and Moritz Bleibtreu
  • Elles (1997) directed by Luis Galvão Teles starring Miou-Miou, Marthe Keller and Marisa Berenson
  • La Cour des Miracles (1998) directed by Patrick Védie and Micaele Chiocci
  • Le Club des Chômeurs (2001) directed by Andy Bausch starring Thierry van Werveke, André Jung and Myriam Muller
  • Rendolepsis (2003) directed by Marc Barnig
  • Duell (2003) starring Carlo Pallucca, Thierry Stoffel
  • La Revanche (2004) directed by Andy Bausch starring Thierry van Werveke, André Jung and Sascha Ley
  • Elégant (2005) directed by Daniel Wiroth
  • Something About Pizza (2005) directed by Olivier Koos; produced by Patrick Védie
  • Zombiefilm (2005) directed by Patrick Ernzer&Mike Tereba
  • Pol62 (Aarbechtstitel) (2006) directed by Pol Cruchten - am Tournage.
  • E Liewe laang (?)
  • Who's Quentin? (2006) directed by Sacha Bachim
  • Reste Bien, Mec! (2009) directed by Adolf El Assal

List of foreign films made in Luxembourg

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United Kingdom

United States

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