Voting 2017

Watch and vote till 31.1.2018!

During the LUX Film Days 2017, all viewers have a voice. The LUX Film Prize invites every person to choose its own winner by electing their film of preference in the Competition for the LUX Prize to receive the Audience Mention.

Robin Campillo’s BPM (Beats per Minute), Valeska Grisebach’s Western and Amanda Kernell’s Sami Blood raise important topics. Were you touched by one in particular? Which film is your favourite? The Audience Mention is your opportunity to be heard and to express your views.

The winning film, according to the audience, will be announced and awarded the LUX Film Prize Audience Mention at the prestigious Karlovy Vary International Film Festival on 1 July 2018 where you could have the opportunity to be selected and personally unveil the Audience Mention winner!

Don’t miss your chance. Get involved, share your opinion and vote!

by Robin Campillo - France
Paris, the early 1990s: a group of young activists is desperately tied to finding the cure against an unknown lethal disease. They target the pharmaceutical labs that are retaining potential cures, and multiply direct actions, with the hope of saving their lives as well as the ones of future generations.
by Amanda Kernell - Sweden, Norway, Denmark
Elle Marja, 14, is a reindeer-herding Sámi girl. Exposed to the racism of the 1930’s and race biology examinations at her boarding school, she starts dreaming of another life. To achieve this she has to become someone else and break all ties with her family and culture.
by Valeska Grisebach - Germany, Bulgaria, Austria
A group of German workers sets off to a construction site in the border region between Bulgaria and Greece. This foreign land and its breath-taking landscape awaken the men’s sense of adventure. The foreign land awakens the men’s sense of adventure, but they are also confronted with their own prejudice and mistrust due to the language barrier and cultural differences. The stage is quickly set for a showdown when men begin to compete for recognition and favor from the local villagers.
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