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Scenes from the following films were shot at La Grange :
In 1921, Luxembourgish cartographer Charles Schaeffer is sent to Albania as part of a border commission to gather information on the topography and the people of the region. The country has recently become independent, but it does not yet have clearly defined borders. Surveying the land, he meets a young boy whom he soon befriends. Back in Paris, Charles gets to report to the Conference of Ambassadors. At first, he is overwhelmed by the impressive architecture and the intimidating grandeur of the event. However, he soon learns that the party of self-serving diplomats has little interest in the future of the people he has just met. With no representative of Albania even present, Charles feels the need to speak up for the young country and finds the peaceful solution to the question of where to draw the urgently needed borders.
By Markus Dietrich, Ostlicht Filmproduktion and AMOUR FOU Luxembourg
Sue 12 years old, is a solitary person.
When she enters in touch with a liquid made by her mother, a scientist, she becomes suddenly invisible. Her mother is removed a short time later.
With his new friend Tobi and App, Sue try to free her.
For millions of people, November 11th, 1918 marks the new beginning. The peace transformed Europe into a laboratory where are experimented the ideas, the hopes and the projects of company any unpublished works. From there rises an alive, contradictory and exciting time, a genesis of the world in which we live today. The series will tell how and why, within 21 years, the mentalities changed the point to open the way for dictatorships, for violent discrimination of minorities and even for new war.
Product by Samsa films, by Félix Koch mit Thierry Faber
The Luxemburg superhero lives adventures with his son.
A Irish-American-Luxembourgish romance film, directed by Haifaa al-Mansour and written by Emma Jensen. It is about writer Mary Shelley's first love and romantic relationship with poet Perci Bysshe Shelley, which inspired Mary to write Frankenstein.
Glenio Bonder's film, with Natalia Vodianova and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Natalia Vodianova star in this first ever adaptation of Albert Cohen's famous novel, about a heated love affair set on the brink of the Second World War.
Renaud Bertrand film with Emmanuelle Béart.
Jacques Gamblin, Stefano Accorsi, Audrey Dana and Nathan Corgelin
We are in 1972. Sébastien, 6 and a half years old, is a sensitive child with an overflowing imagination. Despite his affection for his father, he can't help noticing that his mother is unloved and unhappy. The arrival of the Martin family next door sets Sébastien thinking that he may have found his mother's perfect Prince Charming.
Juliette Fourniez's first short film.
Rose Barthold is an orphan and her sister Violette has disappeared. Her meeting with the strange Ivanovitch, a friend of her deceased mother, plunges her into a nostalgia which develops into unbearable moral torture. She finds herself caught in a very dangerous spiral...
But will the nightmare ever end?
Television film broadcast on France 3 on 29 December 2007
Emilie du Chatelet, exceptionally gifted in physics and maths from an early age, is a young marquess with an excessive and explosive character, whose husband bores her and who is prepared to kill herself for her lover of the moment, the young Count of Guebriand. Thanks to the Duchesse of Saint Pierre, Emilie meets Voltaire. They sleep together but Emilie quickly realises that they would have been wiser to remain friends. She continues to give in to her passion until the day she meets a young erudite, Pierre-Louis de Maupertuis; Voltaire must leave Paris urgently. Emilie suggests he take refuge at Cirey, her castle in Lorraine, where she will eventually join him.
A Michael Radford film with Demi Moore, Michael Caine and Lambert Wilson
In London in the 1960s, Laura Quinn works for the flourishing London Diamond Corporation. Despite her ever greater efforts and experience, her qualities continue to go unrecognised and promotion is nowhere in sight. Fed up with giving her all and never receiving anything in return, she teams up with Mr Hobbs, a bitter night time janitor who feels similarly betrayed having devoting his life to the company. Together, they will execute an ingenious and audacious plan to rob their employer who is none other than the largest diamond broker in the world...
Peter Greenaway's 8 1/2 women with: Polly Walker, Amanda Plummer, Toni Collette, Vivian Wu, John Standing, Matthew Delamere
Philip Emmenthal, a business man from Geneva, inherits a number of Pachinko palaces in Japan, which he entrusts to his son Storey who is fascinated by the country. When Storey's mother dies, he returns to find his father inconsolable.
To distract him, he transforms the family manor into a private brothel. The two men live in the house with eight women... and a half.
The film was part of the 1999 Cannes Festival official selection
Film for television production : Roger Young, with : Annette O'Toole, Anthony Andrews, Jürgen Prochnow, Corinne TouzetSarah Thompson, uan American travelling in England, meets William Whitfield, the Duke of Whitfield and marries him. They move into a castle in France and start a family. Their happiness is interrupted and their future compromised by the Second World War.
When the war ends, the family helps survivors by buying their jewellery and opens a jewellery shop that quickly develops into a successful business. Inter-generational conflicts though soon begin to appear, and both internal and external forces threaten the business and the family.
Winner of an Emmy Award in 1993 for its soundtrack
Produced by F Productions/ France 3- ZDF- ORF- RTP - 1988/89
with John Hargreaves, André Wilms, Nada Strancar.
The story of a young mathematics genius who foils a gang of international bandits.
L'histoire d'un petit génie des mathématiques qui met en échec une bande de bandits internationaux.