28 Times Cinema 2018

28 Times Cinema

The LUX Film Prize, Europa Cinemas,  Giornate degli Autori- in partnership with Cineauropa,  will turn the dream of 28 young filmgoers into reality!

Since 2010, the European Parliament has supported the 28 TIMES CINEMA project which gives the opportunity to 28 young film-lovers, selected through the cinemas of the Europa Cinemas Network, to represent each of the 28 European countries at the Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica as jury members of the Giornate degli Autori official competition.

The 28 jurors will award a prize to a film selected in the Giornate degli Autori competition. They will also watch the three films competing for the LUX Film Prize for which they will be afterwards the ambassadors during the LUX FILM DAYS organized in their respective countries.

During Venice the 28 ambassadors will also be invited to take part in workshops and debates with audiovisual industry professionals and to meet members of the European Parliament’s Culture and Education committee. They will share their experience and their passion for cinema in a blog and through virtual ‘postcards’ sent from the Festival and shared in the LuxPrize, Cineuropa and  Europa Cinemas’ social networks.

For the 8th year in a row, the 28 lucky ones will be chosen among the young audience of our network members. The cinemas taking part in the call for application this year are:

Kino im Kesselhaus (Krems) / Das Kino (Salzburg) / Sphinx Cinema (Ghent) / Quai 10 (Charleroi) / Galeries Cinema (Brussels) / Stadsbioscoop Cartoon's (Antwerp) / Dom na kinoto (Sofia) / G8 (Sofia) / Larnaka Famagusta Cinema Society / Rialto (Limassol) / Kino Pilotu (Prague) / OFF Broadway / Weisshaus Kino (Cologne) / Gloria / Gloriette / Kamera (Heidelberg) / Grand Teatret (Copenhagen) / Tartu Elektriteater (Tartu) / Kino Artis (Tallin) / Zumzeig Cinecooperativa (Barcelona) / Cines Van Dyck (Salamanque) / Rambla de L’Art (Cambrils) / Multicines El Centro - Al-Ándalus (Dadiz) / Kino Iiris (Lahti) / Cinema ABC (Toulouse) / Cinémas du Palais (Créteil) / Le Cinéma - Maison de la Culture de Bourges / Cinéma Sélect (Antony) / Showroon (Sheffield) / Hyde Park Picture House (Leeds) / Broadway Nottingham Media Centre (Nottingham) / Mikrokosmos (Athens) Olympion (Thessaloniki) / Urania (Osijek) / Kino Sloboda (Dubrovnik) / Kino Europa (Zagreb) / Art-kino (Rijeka) / Belvarosi Mozi (Szeged) / Cirkofilm (Budapest) / Cinema Lumière - Cineteca (Bologne) / Cinema Maximo (Turin) / Postmodernissimo (Perugia) / Visionario (Udine) / Kauno Kino Centras Romuva (Kaunas) / Ciné Starlight (Luxembourg) / Ksuns (Riga) / Kino Bize (Riga) / Eden (San Ġiljan) / Filmhuis den Haag (The Hague) / De Balie (Amsterdam) / Gdyńskie Centrum Filmowe (Gdynia) / Kino Nowe Horyzonty (Wroclaw) / Cinema City Alvalade (Lisbone) / O cinema da Villa (Cascais) / Trindade (Porto) / Cinema Victoria (Cluj-Napoca) / Cityplex (Constanta) / Biografcentralen (Boras Bio Röda Kvarn, Karlstad Biograf Arenan, Skövde Odeon) / Zita (Stockholm) / Mestni kino Ptuj (Ptuj) / Mestni kino Domzale (Domzale) / Cinema Lumiere (Bratislava) / ArtKino Metro Trencin (Trencin)

*Co-organised by the European Parliament, the LUX Film Prize, the Giornate degli Autori and Europa Cinemas, 28 Times Cinema aims to promote shared values and cultural diversity through cinema among young people.