An eventful week for the LUX FILM DAYS

The LUX FILM DAYS 2013 have travelled so far to six different countries, touching audiences and generating debate. And this week, they will continue to do so by hitting three more countries. As from November 5, Felix van Groeningen’s The Broken Circle Breakdown, Valeria Golino’s Miele and Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant will be getting to Greece, Sweden, Austria and Belgium.
The Thessaloniki Film Festival (November 1-10) will host the Greek screenings and parallel events. The Selfish Giant will open the screenings on Tuesday, November 5. On Thursday, November 7 the festival will organise a press conference with Chrysoula Paliadeli - MEP,  film critic, festival organizer and founder of the LUX Prize selection panel Michel Demopoulos and Italian filmmaker Valeria Golino.
From Thursday onwards, the Stockholm Film Festival (November 6-17) will present the three films, and organise, in parallel, a discussion panel with MEP Carl Schlyter, member of the LUX Prize selection panel Per Ericsson (Swedish Film Institute) and British director Clio Barnard.
The films will also make it to Austria. The three finalists will be presented by vice-president of the European Parliament Othmar Karas on November 7, as part of the Vienna International Film Festival, the Viennale.
Lastly, Brussels’ BOZAR will also join the celebration on Thursday with the screening of The Broken Circle Breakdown and The Selfish Giant. European Parliament Vice-president Isabelle Durant, and Director of BOZAR Paul Dujardin will introduce the films. The screening of Miele is scheduled for November 13.
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Photo: Stockholm Film Festival