Magazine article Screen International

Lux Prize Trio Unveiled

Magazine article Screen International

Lux Prize Trio Unveiled

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Jonas Carpignano's Mediterranea, Deniz Gamze Ergüven's Mustang and Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's Urok (The Lesson) have been selected as finalists for the Lux Prize.

The trio, revealed at a press conference for Venice Days by first vice president of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani and the president of the Committee on Culture and Education Silvia Costa, will be subtitled into all 24 official European languages and will be screened in more than 20 festivals.

The films will vie for this year's Lux Prize at the Venice Film Festival (September 2-12) with the winner receiving additional distribution support.

Mediterranea is Carpignano's feature film debut and is an adaptation of his 2011 short A Chjana; the topical story focuses on immigrants who make the difficult journey across the mediterranean from Africa to Italy. The film is a co-production between Italy, United States, Germany, France and Qatar. …

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