Ministry of Culture // The Luxembourg Government
The Ministry of Culture develops and implements the government's national and international cultural policy. In parallel with the implementation of the national policy for the protection and promotion of cultural heritage, it develops artistic creation and supports the international development of artists and cultural actors. To this end, the Ministry maintains agreements with Luxembourg's cultural actors, while developing and implementing support instruments such as the subsidy scheme, or social benefits for self-employed professional artist and intermittent workers in the entertainment industry.
Film Fund Luxembourg and Screen Ireland – the national agency for the development, production and distribution of Irish film – are delighted to open applications for the Ireland/Luxembourg Co-Development Fund at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
On 2 March 2023, Sam Tanson, Minister for Culture, Lydie Polfer, Mayor of the City of Luxembourg, and Serge Wilmes, alderman in charge of Tourism, congratulated the 87 official guides of the City of Luxembourg who had successfully completed the training courses organised by the Ministry of Culture on "Luxembourg: old quarters and fortifications", classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As part of the reform of its subsidy policy and following the workshop dedicated to "Cultural press and culture in the press", which was held on 14 July 2022 at Les Rotondes, the Ministry of Culture has rethought its support for cultural periodicals, the quality and diversity of which will now be promoted through a call for applications.
After months of preparation, the EFAD, the film agencies and Culture Ministries from 13 countries launched, in presence of Culture Ministers Sam Tanson (Luxembourg), Rima Abdul-Malak (France) and Claudia Roth (Germany) during the 73rd edition of the Berlinale the European Solidarity Fund for Ukrainian Films.
Schedule of the Ministry
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