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Production, distribution, conservation, restoration, creation and education, the CNA's tasks are multiple and varied and require the participation of numerous national and international experts and creators.

The CNA supports young talent as well as established artists, filmmakers, producers and musicians by engaging in film, audiovisual and musical (co)productions. The CNA's sound and film studios, the restoration workshop and the archives further meet the needs of professionals and creators in the audiovisual field.

The CNA's education department provides various workshops and educational opportunities for children, adolescents, adults and professionals, as well as conferences and seminars, often in collaboration with international experts. The aim is to introduce the public to the knowledge and use of audiovisual media for cultural and educational purposes, and to implement specific training adapted to the needs of our various designated communities.

It is also a museum, with a permanent international collection: Edward Steichen's The Family of Man in Clervaux Castle, along with other temporary exhibitions presented at the CNA's art gallery spaces Display 01, Pomhouse and the water tower in Dudelange. Together, these collections are complemented by an extensive cultural program presented in the CNA's two-screen cinema (CinéStarlight) and the services of its lending library, Médiathèque.