LUX Prize

Established in 2007, the LUX Prize pursues two main objectives: spotlighting the public debate in and on the European Union and its policies, and supporting circulation of European (co)productions within the Union. In autumn 2014, the three Competing films of the LUX Prize Official Competition will be screened in the 28 European countries and subtitled in the 24 languages of the European Union.

  • Clergy (Kler)

    Directed by Wojciech Smarzowski, Poland, 2018, 133 min

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  • Cold Case Hammarskjöld

    Directed by Mads Brügger, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, 2019, 128 min

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  • God Exists, Her Name is Petrunija (Gospod postoi, imeto i' e Petrunija)

    Directed by Teona Strugar Mitevska, Macedonia, Belgium, Slovenia, France, Croatia, 2019, 100 min

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  • Her Job (Doulia tis)

    Directed by Nikos Labôt, Greece, France, Serbia, 2018, 89 min

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  • Honeyland

    Directed by Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov, Macedonia, 2019, 87 min

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  • Invisibles (Les Invisibles)

    Directed by Louis-Julien Petit, France, 2018, 102 min

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  • Directed by Richard Billingham, United Kingdom, 2018, 107 min

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  • System Crasher

    Directed by Nora Fingscheidt, Germany, 2019, 118 min

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  • Directed by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Spain, France, 2018, 131 min

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