The three films of the LUX Prize at the heart of the European Parliament

The countdown has started: from November 25 to December 6, the screenings of the three exceptional LUX films will be hosted inside the European Parliament.
The Selfish GiantMiele and The Broken Circle Breakdown will be screened daily in a film theatre built for the occasion in the premises of the Parliament.
It is up to the Members of the European parliament to elect the LUX Prize laureate, by casting their vote for their favourite film. To do so, MEPs will have the opportunity to watch the three finalists competing for the Prize during the next two weeks at the LUX theatre in the Altiero Spinelli Building of the European Parliament in Brussels (3rd floor,  VOX BOX Area).     
All three films are subtitled in English and French.
Screenings within the European Parliament have been organised since the first edition of the Prize, seven years ago, to let MEPs vote and stand for European values, and bring the emotion of films to the core of European institutions. The 766 Members of Parliament - who constitute the LUX Prize Jury - have different ways of seeing the films: during the LUX FILM DAYS, in their Member States,  by accessing a VOD service with subtitles in 23 languages,  and now thanks to the internal screenings.
The voting procedure to designate the LUX Prize 2013 winner is now open. Which of the three finalists will conquer the hearts of such a special Jury? Members of the Parliament can vote until 23h55 on December 10 and the Awards Ceremony will be held in the Plenary Chamber in Strasbourg on December 11. It will be streamed live: Stay tuned!