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Luxembourg City Film Festival, Soirée Crème Fraîche Photo: © CNA Romain Girtgen

phy, Haute Photographie offers a diverse programme including lectures, tours, workshops and exhibits from both established and upcoming names. www.haute-photographie.com

Haute Photographie. Douglas Mandry, Territorial Shift, Seascape 01-001, 2017, courtesy Bildhalle

Anima Festival 9 - 18 February Flagey Cinematek, Brussels, Belgium Anima, the Brussels Animation Film Festival, is a must for animation aficionados. Enchanting for children and adults alike, visitors can look forward to screenings, an animated night, advanced showings and the prestigious Cartoon d’Or award. www.animafestival.be

Carnival in the Netherlands 11 - 13 February Various locations In the Netherlands, carnival is predominantly celebrated in the south of the country, with the provinces of Limburg and Noord-Brabant really going to town for a few days of non-stop partying. Enjoy food, drink, dancing in the streets and plenty of colourful outfits. www.holland.com

ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament 12 - 18 February Rotterdam, the Netherlands Rotterdam is home to one of the world’s biggest indoor tennis tournaments: the ABN AMRO 82  |  Issue 50  |  February 2018

World Tennis Tournament. Every year tennis fans from across the globe descend on the city to witness the world’s greatest players in action. www.abnamrowtt.nl

Luxembourg City Film Festival 22 February – 4 March Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Calling all cinephiles: this event promises two weeks’ worth of film heaven. Luxembourg’s leading cinematic event will showcase a mixture of fiction, animation, and documentary films in its partner cinemas, with special guests, exhibitions, round tables and workshops enhancing the programme. www.luxfilmfest.lu

William Kentridge - Smoke, Ashes, Fable Until 25 February Sint-Janshospitaal, Bruges, Belgium This major exhibition presents work by South African artist William Kentridge around the themes of trauma and healing. Taking centre stage will be Kentridge’s 2015 video installation More Sweetly Play the Dance, a contemporary interpretation of the medieval Dance of Death. www.museabrugge.be

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Discover Benelux, Issue 50, February 2018  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Discover Benelux, Issue 50, February 2018  

Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.

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