The British & Irish Film Festival Luxembourg (BIFFL) is organising two online screenings during the St Patrick’s week in mid-March.
After teaming up with the Irish Film Institute International, viewers can watch the following from the comfort of their own homes from Monday 15 March (09:00) to Monday 22 March (18:00) inclusive.
"The Winter Lake" (Ireland, Canada) This thriller/drama (pictured) follows Holly and her father as her dark secret is accidentally uncovered by her new emotionally unstable neighbour, Tom. Directed by Phil Sheerin and starring Emma Mackey (Sex Education (tv series)), Anson Boon (1917; Sulphur and White), Charlie Murphy (Peaky Blinders (tv series)) and Michael McElhatton (Game of Thrones; Justice League; The Last Right), the movie was shot in Sligo. The film can be viewed in Luxembourg, Germany, Belgium and France.
"Wildfire" (Ireland, UK) Inseparable sisters raised in a small town on the Irish border, Lauren and Kelly’s lives are shattered by the mysterious death of their mother. Left to pick up the pieces after her sister abruptly disappears, Lauren is suddenly confronted with the family’s dark and traumatic past when Kelly finally returns. Shot in Donegal, the drama is directed by Cathy Brady and stars Nika McGuigan (Philomena; The Secret Scripture; Mammal; Malicious Intent; Traders), Nora-Jane Noone (Brooklyn; The Magdalene Sisters; Brand New-U) and Kate Dickie (Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi; Balance, Not Symmetry). The film can be viewed in Luxembourg and Belgium.
Tickets are €9/film screening. Each ticket allows the viewer to have more than one person viewing the screening online, unlike in-cinema screenings when a ticket is just for one person. Advance tickets go on sale on
To buy tickets, follow this link, click on "Create Account" and follow the instructions on screen.
Once someone purchases a ticket for a film(s), it is added to their library. The film(s) become available to watch from Monday 15 March @ 09:00. From the time of purchase or the time the film becomes available to watch, whichever is later, the film will stay in their library (if unwatched) for 72 hours. Once they start watching, they will have 48 hours to finish watching the film.
Monday 15 March - Saturday 20 March
18:00 - 21:00