Voting 2015

During the LUX Film Days the LUX Film Prize invites every person who has watched the films in the Competition for the LUX Film Prize to take part in the voting for the Audience Mention.
The Audience Mention is the people‘s choice. It is your opportunity to elect your favourite LUX Prize film or theme. The winning film, according to the audience, will then be announced and awarded the LUX Film Prize Audience Mention at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, and you could also be selected to personally unveil the Audience Mention winner in July 2016.
Did you like the films? Were you touched by the topics raised by one film in particular?
Would you like to have the opportunity to come to Karlovy Vary Film Festival to announce the result of the Audience Mention? Try your luck and VOTE!


by Jonas Carpignano - Italy, United States, Germany, France, Qatar
Ayiva recently left his home in Burkina Faso in search of a way to provide for his sister and his daughter. He takes advantage of his position in an illegal smuggling operation to get himself and his best friend Abas off of the continent. Ayiva adapts to life in Italy, but when tensions with the local community rise, things become increasingly dangerous. Determined to make his new situation work he attempts to weather the storm, but it has its costs.
by Deniz Gamze Ergüven - France, Germany, Turkey, Qatar
Early summer. In a village in northern Turkey, Lale and her four sisters are walking home from school, playing innocently with some boys. The immorality of their play sets off a scandal that has unexpected consequences. The family home is progressively transformed into a prison ; instruction in homemaking replaces school and marriages start being arranged. The five sisters who share a common passion for freedom, find ways of getting around the constraints imposed on them.
by Kristina Grozeva, Petar Valchanov - Bulgaria, Greece
In a small Bulgarian town, Nadezhda, a young teacher, is looking for the robber in her class so she can teach them a lesson about right and wrong. But when she gets in debt to loan sharks, can she find the right way out her self? What makes a decent human being become a criminal?
The voting is voluntary and subject to the provisions relative to the protection of personal data under Regulation 45/2001. The European Parliament will use the personal details only in order to contact you in case of being selected for reward. You can opt out at any time by writing to