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18-10-2018

Four years after Ida was crowned with the 2014 LUX Prize (read news), the European Parliament keeps counting on its director, Paweł Pawlikowski, as one of the award’s main supporters.

 

The Polish filmmaker is enjoying another amazing year, thanks to his follow-up to his award-winning 2013 title, Cold War, which was world-premiered in competition at the latest Cannes Film Festival - where it won the...

15-10-2018
Discover the three Lux Film Prize finalists

Three films featuring three strong female characters facing difficult dilemmas: the Lux Film days are bringing them to a cinema near you.

Lux Prize finalists Styx, Woman at war and The other side of everything are European films that through stirring stories of three women explore the questions of happiness, values, responsibility as well as the political issues of...

12-10-2018
LuxPrize screening in European Parliament

The 12th edition of the LUX Prize has officially landed on the premises of the European Parliament. Once again this year, the nominees for the coveted award will be screened to MEPs in order to get their votes and determine the winning film, which will be announced on 14 November.

The three finalist films, Woman at War by Benedikt Erlingsson, The Other Side of Everything by Mila Turajlic and Styx by...

11-10-2018
European Art Cinema Day banner

European Art Cinema Day, the first common international initiative undertaken by exhibitors to promote European films and the local cinema experience, will take place around the world this Sunday 14 October. Launched in 2016 by the CICAE (International Confederation of Art Cinemas) in partnership with Europa Cinemas, this 3rd edition of European Art Cinema Day will celebrate the diversity and creativity of...

28-09-2018

The LUX Prize continues expanding to new territories, sailing the Atlantic Ocean both northbound and southbound in search of new lands. The European Parliament’s prize is visiting two festivals at the northern and southern extremes of the ocean: the Reykjavik International Film Festival and for the first time this year, the Cape Town International Film Market & Festival. These gatherings, alongside Luxembourg...