Choose your own winner with the LUX Prize Audience Mention

The LUX Film Days 2014 have just kicked off, and once again this year it will give all of the viewers a voice by letting them choose one of the LUX Prize short-listed films to receive theAudience Mention 2014.
The screenings of the three finalist films, Rok Biček’s Class Enemy, Céline Sciamma’s Girlhood and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida, have already started all across the continent (read more information here). The audience can vote and express their views on their favourite film until end of January 2015, on the LUX Prize website or on the LUX Facebook page.
The result of the Audience Mention will be announced at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2015 (3–11 July). The announcement will symbolically close the current LUX Prize edition, giving way to next year's edition with the unveiling of the new 10 films of the Official 2015 Selection.
As with the previous year's edition (read more), the Audience Mention gives viewers the chance to win a trip to the prestigious Czech festival to announce the winning film, by selecting one of the voters at random. The film awarded with the Audience Mention in 2013 was Felix Van Groeningen’s The Broken Circle Breakdown, which also won the same year's LUX Prize.
Which film will be your favourite this year? Don’t miss your chance to be heard!