Book an afternoon screening at one of our sites, Kinepolis Kirchberg, Kinepolis Belval or Ciné Utopia, depending on the programming (times available on our website www.kinepolis.lu). Minimum 10 people per movie.
Book a morning screening at Kinepolis Kirchberg or Belval with the film of your choice (classics or new releases), subject to availability (start between 8.30 am and 11 am). Minimum 30 people per movie.
Details and conditions
The stated prices do not include supplements for 3D / 4DX / Laser Ultra/ long films;
Requests must be submitted no later than 5 days before the date of the desired session
1. Afterhours price (outside schooltime) for a screening from 7 pm, during holidays, weekends and on public holidays;
2. Standard price (in schooltime) from Monday to Friday (excluding previews) until the 5 pm screening inclusive;
*New pricing starting from 1 July : 7€ outside the school period – 5.75€ during the school period.
The event “Save the Nature” focuses on the topic of nature and how we can contribute to a healthier and more balanced environment.
The goal is
to address sensitive topics such as deforestation or pollution with the support of a film that deals with the subject. We educate the participants about the impact that humans and their behaviors have on nature and how each of us can contribute to a better balance between nature and our way of life.
MAY 6th, 2021 – SAVE THE NATURE Short Film Contest
For the 2020-2021 school year Kinepolis calls on all secondary and elementary schools to participate in our short film competition
Save the nature
in collaboration with Youth4Planet Luxembourg, supported by the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development.
A jury will evaluate all the films participating at the competition. On a special day, “Save the nature” on May 6th, 2021 all participants as well as all schools wishing to attend this event as a spectator, will be invited to watch the best selection of participating films.
At the end of this session, the jury will select a winner among the short films in competition.
The short film selected will have the opportunity to be screened before each school session organized in the three Kinepolis cinemas in Luxembourg for a whole school year. An exceptional opportunity and an unforgettable experience for your students!
Deadline for submissions: March 31st, 2021
Theme of the contest: protecting nature
Movie Format: mp4
Screening Day: May 6th, 2021
How to participate: Send your video in mp4 format to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate from which school and with which class you are taking part in (+ student’s names). You will receive an email confirming you the reception.
All the information and conditions of the COMPETITION on luxemburg.youth4planet.com.
As a teacher, you know that it’s important to stimulate your pupils with all the inventiveness and imagination needed to deliver the syllabus.
A school trip can be educational and focus all their attention on an interesting subject.
At key times of the year, Kinepolis provides a wider range of services combining education, cinema and entertainment, including Saint Nicolas Day, themed events (Internet Day, Theatre Day, etc) and many more!
Book a preview based on availability.
Payment on the spot
We accept payment by credit card or cash
One order = one session = 1 payment only: we will not be able to accept separate individual payments
Invoicing to the municipality only on presentation of the order form of the municipality
Billing only possible if a request for prior reservation has been made on our website and has been confirmed by a member of our service
Consumption at the bar can not be billed and must be paid in cash (except advance order at the time of booking on the internet)
A school trip can be educational for your pupils:
The choice of film, reflecting the age of the group, helps pupils learn in a fun way:
memory is stimulated by the images, sounds and group reactions;
they retain the subject matter better;
the film can be an animation, documentary, classic… in line with your school syllabus;
the screening can be focused on a historic or topical film, you decide.
school trips are essential for knowledge acquisition:
The pupils learn to go out in a group;
They learn to be disciplined outside the school;
They learn how to behave on school trips.
They discover a different environment to the classroom:
They understand how a cinema operates;
They are given responsibility for their behaviour.
If necessary, we can guide you in the choice of film (length, theme, age of the kids, etc.). We can also provide activities or snacks. The screening can be a one-off or part of a programme (e.g. a screening per month or per term) with the option to follow the syllabus for the relevant level or introduce a recurrent theme.
You offer your pupils an outing in a safe environment, with cutting-edge technology and personal support. We’re experienced in receiving groups of all ages, both from primary and secondary schools, state or private…