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21-04-2020
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A new initiative undertaken by the European Parliament maps the VoD availability of the finalist films from every edition of the LUX Prize

The European Parliament’s LUX Prize is adding its name to the list of key players starting up special initiatives in order to make these hard times a little more bearable for us from our respective homes. For this period of general confinement throughout Europe,...

02-03-2020
Berlinale 2020

The European Commission, the European Parliament, Cineuropa, Goethe-Institut and Institut français presented one year activity to support film festivals in the world

Delegations of the European Union in over 80 countries organise film festivals that successfully reach out to audiences all over the world, presenting Europe, its values and stories. To further enhance the quality of these Film...

27-11-2019
LuxPrize 2019 winner
The LUX Prize goes to God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya.

The feminist satire by Teona Strugar Mitevska has been voted the winner of the prize by the Members of the European Parliament.

The European Parliament has just announced the winner of the 2019 LUX Prize. During the award ceremony held in Strasbourg, the feminist satire God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya by North...

25-11-2019
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The 2019 LUX Film Prize Award Ceremony will take place this Wednesday, 27 November, during the Plenary Session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Until Tuesday evening, MEPs can still vote for their favourite film among this year’s extraordinary selection, which includes the feminist tale God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya by Teona Strugar Mitevska (Macedonia, Belgium, Slovenia, Croatia, France), the...

13-11-2019

The 13th edition of the LUX FILM 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 27 November.

The three finalist films, which are Cold Case Hammarskjöld by Mads Brügger, God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya...