The LUX Film Days offer a picture perfect opportunity to discover the best of European cinema as all of this year's short-listed films for the LUX Prize will be shown in all member states subtitled in all of the EU's official 23 languages. Don't miss your chance to check out Csak a szél (Just the Wind) by Bence Fliegauf, Io sono Li (Shun Li and the Poet) by Andrea Segre and Tabu by Miguel Gomes before the winner is announced on 21 November.
Apart from watching the films, the public will be able to debate them with MEPs and representatives from NGOs and cultural institutes. This will be the first time this has happened since the LUX Prize was established in 2007.
The European Parliament's LUX Prize aims to promote European cinema and stimulate debate about European values and topical social issues. The winner will be selected by MEPs.