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Guilhem Caillard


62 articles available in total starting from 16/07/2012. Last article published on 05/05/2021.

Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff  • Founding partner, La Vingt-Cinquième Heure

Interview: Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff • Founding partner, La Vingt-Cinquième Heure

"In these times of crisis, our system allows exhibitors to maintain social ties with their audience"

We met up with Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff, founding partner of La Vingt-Cinquième Heure, which has launched an innovative tool to keep movie theatres in business despite the pandemic  

24/04/2020 | France

Review: Les Grands Voisins, la cité rêvée

Review: Les Grands Voisins, la cité rêvée

In the absence of a cinema release, Bastien Simon's documentary about the ephemeral project “Grands Voisins à Paris” is available via 25eheure.com  

23/04/2020 | Films | Reviews | France

Review: Ballsy Girl

Review: Ballsy Girl

Intended to be the big French comedy of the spring, the funny and very slickly directed film by Katia Lewkowicz is available now on Amazon Prime France  

16/04/2020 | Films | Reviews | France/Belgium

Review: Norie

Review: Norie

The pretext for a necessary family exercise, Yuki Kawamura’s intimate documentary is now part of the LuxFilmFest Home Edition programme  

02/04/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

Review: Skin Walker

Review: Skin Walker

The first feature film by Luxembourg director Christian Neuman reveals the filmmaker’s appetite for experiments of all kinds  

24/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

The 10th Luxembourg City Film Festival announces its winners

The 10th Luxembourg City Film Festival announces its winners

Despite the coronavirus crisis, the gathering has just unveiled its winners’ list and enjoyed a strong edition  

20/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020 | Awards

Review: Dreamland

Review: Dreamland

With his latest film, shot in Luxembourg and Belgium, Canada’s Bruce McDonald once again defies cinematic conventions and offers up a work that is chaotic and melancholic in equal measure  

19/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

Review: Tune into the Future

Review: Tune into the Future

This fascinating documentary presented at the Luxembourg City Film Festival takes a look at visionary Hugo Gernsback, the man who laid the foundations of modern sci-fi  

17/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

Review: River Tales

Review: River Tales

The first independent documentary from Luxembourg filmmaker Julie Schroell leaves a strong impression which reveals the talents of its director  

16/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

The Luxembourg City Film Festival takes flight for its 10th edition

The Luxembourg City Film Festival takes flight for its 10th edition

The festival, which is offering a particularly varied and rich selection this year, begins on Thursday 5 March  

05/03/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

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