Luxembourg City Film Festival is screening some British films and (co-)productions for its 10th edition. Do not miss the following films: RARE BEASTS United Kingdom by Billie Piper An anti rom-com about Mandy, a career-driven single mother, who falls in love with charming, traditionalist Pete. • SAT 14/03 18:30 Cinémathèque | RADIOACTIVE United Kingdom, Hungary 2019 by Marjane Satrapi An unconventional biopic on the physicist Marie Curie. • TUE 10/03 18:45 Ciné Utopia | MOFFIE South Africa, United Kingdom 2019 by Oliver Hermanus A young conscript struggles not only with his military service in Apartheid South Africa but also with his homosexuality. • THU 12/03 14:00 Ciné Utopia • SAT 14/03 16:30 Cinémathèque | BAIT United Kingdom 2019 by Mark Jenkin A tradition-loving, Cornish fisherman takes it upon himself to fight off gentrification. • FRI 06/03 18:30 Cinémathèque • SAT 07/03 18:30 Ciné Utopia • WED 11/03 14:00 Cinémathèque | TRUE HISTORY OF THE KELLY GANG Australia, United Kingdom, France 2019 by Justin Kurzel A punk-rock take on Ned Kelly, one of Australia’s most iconic outlaws. • SUN 15/03 19:00 Kinepolis Kirchberg | PINOCCHIO Italy, France, United Kingdom 2019 by Matteo Garrone When the director of “Gomorrah” revisits this classic of children’s literature, he doesn’t shy away from the darker aspects of the source material. • THU 12/03 21:00 Ciné Utopia
Given the rate of change in the COVID-19 situation, its impact on the markets, and the developing regulatory response, Wildgen decided to launch a COVID-19 Toolkit (www.wildgen.lu/covid-19). What is the purpose? To support and ease life of companies that are currently facing a series of challenges.
Q&A with British Chambers of Commerce Director General, Adam Marshall and and Director of Trade Facilitation Liam Smyth.. Registration details
Dentons launches 2020 edition of its ‘Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe’ guide. It highlights key regulatory developments and gives snapshots of the prospects for renewable energy projects in 20 jurisdictions across Europe and Central Asia.