2017

Bouli Lanners, Daniel Prévost, Dominique Pinon, Éric Judor, Olivier Gourmet, Jaco Van Dormael, Renaud Rutten took part in the first festival. Thierry Lhermitte, Josiane Balasko, Élie Semoun, Gérard Jugnot, Clovis Cornillac, Alex Lutz, Émilie Bierre, Kev Adams,...

2018

La Comédie, a festive beer named after the film genre which is now hugely popular in Liège, was created in 2018.

2019

The Festival’s TV studio arrived in 2019, at the same time as the inauguration of the Walk of Fame in Rue Pont d’Avroy with its much sought-after tiles.

2021

The amazing Professional Meetings have been shaking up preconceived ideas as of 2021: after such a long hiatus, the desire to share knowledge and know-how is stronger than ever. The FIFCL and the Groupement de Redéploiement Économique de Liège (GRE-Liège) have joined...

Start of a new adventure

In 2014, Cinélabel ASBL, a non-profit organisation, rolled up its sleeves and began a series of fruitful contacts that would lead to the first Liège International Comedy Film Festival, in 2016: the...

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