This atmospherically shot, strongly acted feature reps another solid addition to the impressive filmography of helmer Safy Nebbou ("Dumas," "Mark of an Angel").
BRUSSELS -- Luxembourg has decided not to enter a film in the race for the foreign language Oscar.
While the Netherlands and Luxembourg remain modest in their efforts to attract foreign film shoots, incentives are burgeoning in Belgium. Practical and financial aid for visiting crews continues to…
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Paris bank Coficine-Natixis, one of Europe's primary lenders to its film industry, is closing financing on Ari Folman's "The Congress," his follow-up to "Waltz With Bashir."
France, Belgium and Luxembourg are rapidly emerging as Europe's golden triangle for artier animated pic production, and attracting projects from elsewhere as well.
Film stumbles at every turn, undone by a dull, repetitive script and dreary cast.
A Luxembourg man's obsession with an Algerian woman leads to tragedy in tightly structured European co-production "Arabian Nights," whose underlying theme deals with Westerners' misconceptions of the…
The head of Luxembourg's foreign-language Oscar committee has expressed "disappointment" at the Academy's decision to reject its cosmopolitan, multilingual submission "Your Name Is Justine."