Loufok Productions is a multimedia production company specialized in documentary films. The company was founded in 2014 and our digital portfolio is growing rapidly with new compelling documentaries, upcoming multimedia projects and a number of institutional films. 

Based in Luxembourg and Berlin, our projects explore geopolitical themes and social issues at home and around the world. For us, storytelling means linking intricate personal stories to their wider political,social and economic contexts. We carefully choose the appropriate form of expression and visual language for every subject matter we explore.

We have made films for major broadcasters including Al Jazeera and are looking for co-productions partners.


Loufok Productions was founded in 2014 by the directors Charlotte Bruneau and Julie Schroell.

Julie Schroell is a filmmaker and artist from Luxembourg. During her studies in contemporary history and film in Brussels/Belgium, she directed her first Feature Documentary 'E stoarkt Steck Minett - 100 JoërJeunesse Esch' about the 100 years of Jeunesse Esch Football Club. The film was awarded the Prize for Best Photography at Mémorimages Filmfestival Reus/Spain in 2008. After that, she followed the fascinating yet undocumented world of Luxembourgish agriculture, which culminated in the documentary 'De Bauerbleues' (The Farmer's Blues). The film was selected at several international festivals and was awarded the winner Prize at the Future Film Festival in Hungary, 2013. In 2014, she directed her first fiction short movie, ‘Mister Rocket (and his magnetic friends)’. Julie has also been commissioned to direct Public Information films, music videos an audiovisual installations for theaters and exhibitions.

Charlotte Bruneau is a multimedia journalist and filmmaker from Luxembourg. She graduated in Middle East Politics in 2010 from SOAS University and has been collecting sounds, words and images from around the world since. After spending a year in Tanzania in 2006, she returned in 2007 to complete her first documentary, "Mila tu", which was selected for numerous festivals, including the Human Rights Film Festival in Paris, and was broadcasted on the French TV Channel “France O”. While living in Lebanon, she has worked as a correspondent and a reporter for Luxembourgish media as well as the Swiss radio RTS and a number of print media. Since 2013, she has also been directing documentary films for Al Jazeera. Broadcasted in 2013, “The Pain Inside” discusses militarism and memory in Israel. The film was selected for the “Culture Unplugged” festival in 2014. Last year, she directed, edited and produced the documentary “Return to Morocco”. The film explores the historical and contemporary taboos of Jewish life in Morocco. Her latest film in Tanzania is due to come out by the end of 2015.