Hop on our bus (in LuxCity and Esch) & join us to enjoy Openscreen, Kappkino and more in the magical setting of Colpach castle and gardens.
The Colpach castle is one of the cradles of the European idea. Here Lady Aline Mayrisch de Saint-Hubert arranged Franco-German encounters and worked relentlessly between the two world wars to overcome borders. Guests included Walther Rathenau, André Gide, Jacques Rivière, Otto Bartning and Théo van Rysselberghe.
We sincerely hope that you will join us in the beautiful setting of the castle and its gardens, where you'll be able to enjoy Openscreen, Kappkino & more. So, whether you want to join us as a guest and/or have material to be projected, played, listened-to or displayed, do get in touch with us.
Get there on the Openscreen bus!
For this event we have arrange a bus to make it easier for you to enjoy our beautiful soirée au Château. The Bus will pick up & drop off people in Esch/Alzette and LuxCity.
Please RSVP to book your seat on the bus as places are limited: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO WATCH MOVIES: No registration or booking necessary, just show up on the day (but don't be late!).
TO SHOW YOUR MOVIE: Contact us at email@example.com
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5 September 2016
Come watch movies: No tickets, registration or booking required, simply come and enjoy the show (just don't be late!). Attendance is free of charge (small contributions are however accepted and much appreciated... we even have a collection boxy-thingy for just that purpose at all our events).
Please note that time-slots at our events are limited and allotted on a first-come first-served basis.
From absolute beginners to experienced industry professionals... we welcome movie contributions by all comers!
We're open. Since hosting our first event in 2004, Openscreen has provided a stage for film-makers to experiment and try out new ideas. We set no criteria for the theme, style or genre of the work submitted. These are entirely up to the film maker. What we do provide are exciting venues and the instant feedback of a live audience. As we do not select or curate the work shown at our events, both the audience and the those submitting films can expect to experience the unexpected.
For everyone. Over the years we have screened home-cooked movies by first time film-makers as well as the work of seasoned industry professionals. All this makes for a exciting events where new points of view are expressed and interesting conversations are started between film-makers and the live audience.
There are no age or geographical restrictions. Everyone is welcome to submit a movie.
Max 20 minutes. All subject matters okay (except hate, discrimination, pornography etc).
Each event is hosted at a new and exciting venue
We do not give out any prizes or judge the movies shown.