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Screening in Czech republic

After the simultaneous screenings organized on 6, 7 and 8 November, the three competing titles of the 2018 LUX Film Prize kept travelling across Europe as part of the LUX Film Days. Different screenings were held in countries such as Germany, Czech Republic, Estonia, Bulgaria and Slovakia, some of them in the presence of LUX Prize ambassadors and MEPs of the European Parliament who introduced the project and the...

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The 31st European Film Awards were handed out in the beautiful, warm and welcoming Spanish city of Seville on Saturday 15 December. There, Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski – who also triumphed in these same categories with his previous feature, 2014 LUX Prize winner Ida – not only picked up the European Film and European Director Awards, but his latest oeuvre, the Polish-French-British co-production...

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The ArteKino Festival, which was launched in 2016 by ARTE and Festival Scope as an original and modern way to support the diversity and audacity of young European arthouse film, is back for an enticing third edition, which is set to unspool from...
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For the seventh consecutive year, the LUX Film Prize of the European Parliament travels around Europe thanks to the LUX Film Days. Since 15th October, the three finalists are being screened in different venues across the 28 Member States....
LuxFilm Prize 2018 winner
The European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington DC, in cooperation with the European-American Cultural Foundation, will host a special screening of the 2018 LUX Film Prize winner, Woman at War by Benedikt Erlingsson. Erlingsson’s...