Juana Lahousse-Juárez – General director for Communication of the European Parliament – and Bertrand Peltier – responsible of LUX Prize – presented MEPs Doris Pach, Silvia Costa and Stavros Lambrinidis and the three film-makers contesting for the LUX Prize: Feo Aladag (When we leave), Oliver Masset-Depasse (Illegal) and Filippos Tsitos (Plato’s Academy). The debate on ‘Europe and Cultural Identities’, the latest and largest discussion within the framework of the 27 Times Cinema initiative, was moderated by British journalist Nick James. Giorgio Gosetti and Valerio Caruso, directors of Venice Days and Cineuropa.org respectively, were present too during this one-hour meeting, which ended with the young 27 European cinema lovers granting their Special Mention to Denis Villeneuve's feature Incendies.
11 September, 2010
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