Photographer Véronique Kolber’s fascinating exhibition “Fictitious Location Spotting for a Non-Existing Movie” is part of the Luxembourg City Film Festival.
Screenings at the Luxembourg City Film Festival may not start for another 3 weeks, but as usual the festival has teamed up with the Cercle Cité to host a special film-themed exhibition. This time it is the turn of local photographer Véronique Kolber to take her long love of H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar A. Poe and especially Stephen King to create a series of photos that looks as though they could be locations for great films.
The photographs are accompanied by excerpts from scripts by David Lynch, the Coen brothers, Christopher Nolan that create a narrative that teeters precariously between homage and hijacking. The photo pictured is titled “Curtain motel room”.
Entrance is free and there are guided tours in English planned for 3pm on 15 February and 7 March. The exhibition runs until 14 March and is open every day from 11am to 7pm.