In this charming and traditional cinema (formerly Ciné Vox) of the Place du Théâtre in Luxembourg-center, the program is erudite, diversified, historical and generic. But more than just a cinema, the Municipal Cinematheque of the City of Luxembourg created in 1996 is above all a true Museum of Cinema since its mission is the preservation and enhancement of the international film heritage.
Member of the International Federation of Film Archives since 1983, the Cinematheque has one of the largest collections of film archives in Europe: copies of films, photos, movie posters, books, magazines, etc.
The program is available on the website. A specific program at the weekend allows you to discover or rediscover films representative of the history of cinema.
Retrospectives and special events of the 7th art are also regularly organized as conferences, round tables or festivals. The Cinémathèque is a partner of the Luxembourg City Film Festival.
In summer, free outdoor cinema sessions are organized in the courtyard of the Capuchin Theater and in the courtyard of the Grand Ducal Palace. The major annual event of the Cinémathèque is the “Live Cinema” (silent film with symphonic orchestra).
17, pl. du Théâtre
2613 Luxembourg Centre
- +352 47 96 26 44