The Official Selection of the LUX Prize 2011 will be unveiled on 3 July

Established in 2007 the LUX Prize is a tangible symbol of the European Parliament’s commitment to the European film industry. Once again this year, the LUX Prize will cast a spotlight on ten films that reflect the richness and diversity of the...

The European Parliament LUX Prize open air screen offers the festival-goers a unique moment to enjoy the best of European cinema

During six evenings the LUX Prize of the European Parliament as partner of the Brussels Film Festival, invites you to the free open screenings in the Square Sainte Croix, at the festival entrance.

Six European films will be screen under...

The LUX Prize, institutional partner of the Directors' Fortnight 2011

"Sous les pavés la plage"* ... In 1968, unrest on streets in France and elsewhere in Europe marked by numerous slogans that have since entered the every-day language, was first of all a reflection of a flurry of ideas. It radically modified not...

European Parliament LUX Prize 2010 Winner Die Fremde to be screened in all the Member States during May

Feo Aladag’s first full-length film, Die Fremde (When We Leave), which won the LUX Prize 2010, will be shown free of charge in the 23 official languages and the 27 Member States of the European Union during the month of May...

Watch the video of the Avant-Première in Brussels of Die Fremde, 2010 LUX Prize winner

Watch the video of the debate on "Violence against Women"  organised by UN Women and the interview with film director Feo Aladag,  on the occasion of the Belgian release of Die Fremde, LUX Prize Winner 2010.