Walking On Water at Mudam (13/10)

Film & dance performance with Trois C-L (Banannefabrik 11/10)

Women's event with Little Star Rising (Neimënster 6/10)

Slavic night with Krambabula (Sang a Klang 12/10)

Traveller's evening (Neimënster 10/10)

Photo exhibition 'Down with Walls' (Neimënster)

Balkan Party with Shantel & Bucovina Club Orkestar (Melusina 4/10)

Focus on Lithuania with films, guests & more

Cinédocs: looking at the world around us

Closing event with Malaka Hostel and Baltic Balkan (Melusina 19/10)

National premieres of Luxembourg co-productions

Apero Jazz: Artur Dutkiewicz Trio plays Hendrix & more (Neimenster 13/10)

FunnyEast: have fun with CinEast

Remarkable animated films

Touching dramas

CinEast 2019 awards

CinEast 2019 awards

Grand Prix: Oleg
Special Jury Prize: Corpus Christi
Critics' Prize: Corpus Christi 
Audience Award: Honeyland
Audience Awards - Short Films:
The Christmas Gift (fiction), Toomas Beneath The Valley Of The Wild Wolves (animation), Dancing For You (documentary) (more details)

CinEast 2020 call for entries

CinEast 2020 call for entries

Submit your film to the 13th edition of CinEast film festival held from 8 to 25 October 2020 in Luxembourg. The deadline is 30 June 2020. Click here for more information and the link to our submissions partner FilmFestivalLife.

Festival trailer

Festival trailer

We are proud to present the festival trailer of the 12th edition of CinEast  directed by Adolf El Assal, starring Nilton Martins and Monique Hartmann.

Main partners

Yaroslav Lodygin

Yaroslav Lodygin

Yaroslav Lodygin, born in Kharkiv (Ukraine), started at a very young age as an actor, radio host and later on received a university degree as a historian. In 2012 he began to develop his feature debut The Wild Fields, a screen adaptation of the iconic Ukrainian novel Voroshilovgrad by the writer Serhiy Zhadan. The project (under the working title Voroshilovgrad) received a special mention at the Work-In-Progress competition at the Odessa IFF 2013, but it was paused when the revolution and the war in Ukraine unfolded, and picked up again only in 2015. In 2019 Lodygin was accepted as a member of the European Film Academy and become a board member of the Ukrainian Public Broadcasting company. In 2018 he started developing his next feature, an adaptation of Zhadan’s novel “Internat”.