Giveaway: Win a pair of passes to the CinEast Film Festival

A Prominent Patient (to be shown at the CinEast Festival)
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The CinEast festival is a rare occasion which bridges audiences in Luxembourg to an entirely different area of the world, bringing us the diversity and showing us the rich tapestry coming from the countries in central and eastern European countries.

From October 5th to the 22nd the festival will feature around 100 films, (features, docs and shorts) as well as several accompanying events.
Jupiter’s Moon
Through the splendid medium of film, without leaving Luxembourg, audiences will hopefully be inspired while experiencing the varied cultures of all the former Communist countries that have joined the EU- Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia as well as all the other countries of the former Yugoslavia, including Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegoovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Kosovo. Moldova and Ukraine are not left out as they are also represented and for the first time, an Albanian film will represent it’s country. The greatest aspect of these festivals is the hand picked programs which lead to conversations and debates. This year, CinEast will host around 30 guests (directors, actors, producers, etc) who will engage with the audience after the screenings.

For your chance to win a pair of festival tickets, follow us on Instagram and tell us what movie you’re dying to see! This competition is now closed…congratulations to Monica our lucky winner!!

Visit the CinEast website to buy tickets and find more information on the festival lineup.
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  1. I would just love to see “The Art of Loving: The Story of Michalina Wislocka”… And all the other movies as well, but this one’s my first choice!! 🙂

  2. I work in Silesia region, so I’d like to see it pre-war in the Happiness of the world. And memories of summer looks very interesting too about Poland.


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