France welcomes LUX FILM DAYS with screenings and debates

Felix van Groeningen’s The Broken Circle Breakdown, Valeria Golino’s Miele and Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant still have a long way to go. The three finalists of the LUX Prize are in the middle of their journey through Europe thanks to the LUX FILM DAYS. After having started the trip in Ireland on October 18 (news), the special screenings are now about to hit France.
The films will be seen in three French cities. Angoulême will be the first town to welcome them, on November 8 (news). The Cinéma de la Cité has organized the Day of the LUX Prize, an event that will include the screening of the three films and a panel with MEPs, where the audience will be able to engage in a discussion about the films and how they relate to Europe’s identity and current situation.
Marseille will be welcoming them from November 21 to December 5. The films will be screened in the Italian Cultural Institute.
Their last stop will be Strasbourg, where they will be screened in the UCG Cinéma Route du Rhin from December 9 to 11.
Stay tuned for more information and don’t miss the dates!
Photo: Angoulême