The films are screened in the original language with English subtitles. Seats are free and available on a first come, first served basis. Please find the list of screenings below:
On the Adamant
followed by a Q/A session with French director Nicolas Philibert and founder of the Adamant Linda De Zitter
Monday, 13 November 2023, Cinema Galeries, 18:00. here Thank you for attending!
Smoke Sauna Sisterhood
followed by a Q/A session with Estonian director Anna Hints
Tuesday, 5 December 2023, Info Hub of the European Parliament, 18:30. Register for Smoke Sauna Sisterhood on 5 December 2023 Thank you for attending!
Wednesday, 6 December 2023, Cinema Galeries, 18:30. Register for Smoke Sauna Sisterhood on 6 December 2023 Thank you for attending!
20,000 Species of Bees
followed by a Q/A session with Spanish director Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren
Friday, 12 January 2024, Info Hub of the European Parliament, 17:00. Register for 20000 Species of Bees on 12 January 2024 FULLY BOOKED
Saturday, 13 January 2024, Cinema Galeries, 15:00. Register for 20000 Species of Bees on 13 January 2024 FULLY BOOKED
followed by a Q/A session with actress Alma Pöysti
Wednesday, 24 January 2024, Info Hub of the European Parliament, 18:00. Register for Fallen Leaves on 24 January 2024 FULLY BOOKED
Thursday, 25 January 2024, Cinema Galeries, 18:30. Register for Fallen Leaves on 25 January 2024 FULLY BOOKED
If you have not had the chance to register for the screenings with film representatives, check out other screenings in Brussels and across the whole EU in the Films section of our website, next to each film. Don't forget to rate the films on our rating platform.
What is LUX – The European Audience Film Award?
The LUX Audience Award is the biggest Audience Film Award in the European Union. It is presented yearly by the European Parliament and the European Film Academy, in partnership with the European Commission and Europa Cinemas.
The five nominated films for the LUX Audience Award address values that EU is built on. They raise awareness about some of today’s main social and political issues such as mental health, poverty, freedom of expression, gender equality, LGBTIQ rights - to name but a few.
During the competition period, the European Parliament organizes free screenings of the five nominated films across the European Union and provides subtitles in the 24 languages of the EU.
The LUX Audience Award is the only film prize in the world where the audience together with Members of a democratically elected Parliament can decide who the winner will be by rating the five nominated films at www.luxaward.eu.