The LUX Prize brings L’ordine delle cose to Brussels

Photo from L’ordine delle cose movie

The LUX Prize continues to shine a spotlight on the main issues that are affecting Europe and that are shaping the current situation of our continent. The migration crisis, which has come to a head in recent years owing to the endless conflicts on the other side of the Mediterranean Sea, has been a recurrent topic in the films that the European Parliament has endorsed so far. From Philippe Lioret’s Welcome and Andrea Segre’s Shun Li and the Poet to Jonas Carpignano’s Mediterranea, among many others, the LUX Prize has supported stories of immigrants that have shed some light on the complex situation.

Now, it is the aforementioned Italian filmmaker Andrea Segre, LUX Prize winner in 2012, who is bringing us a touching new story on the topic – and the European Parliament is welcoming him in close collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières and other NGOs and associations for a screening of his new film, L’ordine delle cose,  taking place on 31 January in Brussels’ Bozar, at 20.00 CET.

Andrea Segre will be present at the screening in Brussels, to introduce the film and participate in a Q&A with the audience.

Furthermore, a screening and debate will also be held at the European Parliament premises as part of the EP’s discussions on European migration policy.

Save the date for both events - we look forward to seeing you!


31/01 at 5.45 pm, at the European Parliament: debate and screening organised by MEP Elly Schlein, free entrance upon registration at elly.schlein(at)

31/01 at 8.00 pm, at BOZAR, screening and Q&A organised by LUX FILM PRIZE, BOZAR in collaboration with Médecins sans Frontieres. FREE ENTRANCE for the first 300 places upon registration at luxprize(at)

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