28 Times Cinema 2019
10 days in Venice for 28 young European film buffs!
Europa Cinemas, the LUX Film Prize and the Giornate degli Autori will turn the dream of 28 young filmgoers (one participant per member state of the European Union) into reality!
Since 2010 and co-organized with the LUX Film Prize (European Parliament) and Giornate degli Autori, this great initiative will allow 28 young cinemagoers to attend the Mostra del Cinema as jury members of the Giornate degli Autori official competition.
The 28 jurors will award a prize of 20,000€ to a film selected in the Giornate degli Autori competition. They will also watch the three films competing for the LUX Film Prize for which they will be afterwards the ambassadors during the events organised in their respective countries.
During Venice the 28 Ambassadors will also be invited to take part in workshops and debates with audiovisual industry professionals and to meet members of the European Parliament’s Culture and Education committee. They will share their experience and their passion for cinema in a blog and through virtual ‘postcards’ sent from the Festival and shared in the Europa Cinemas’ social networks.
For the 9th year in a row, the 28 lucky ones will be chosen among the young audience of our network members. The cinemas taking part in the call for application this year are:
Filmcasino (Vienna) / La Venerie, Cinema Aventure (Brussels) / Stadsbioscoop Cartoon's (Antwerp) / Dom na kinoto (Sofia) / G8 (Sofia) / Larnaka Famagusta Cinema Society / Rialto (Limassol) / Minikino (Ostrava) / Scala (Brno) / Kino Svetozor (Prague) / Abaton (Hamburg) / York Kino (Berlin) / Grand Teatret (Copenhagen) / Nicolai Biograf (Kolding) / Kino Soprus, Kino Artis (Tallin) / Zumzeig Cinecooperativa (Barcelone) / Numax (Santiago de Compostela) / Rambla de L’Art (Cambrils) / Kino Iiris (Lahti) / Luminor (Paris) / Broadway Nottingham Media Centre (Nottingham) / Barbican (London) / Filmhouse (Edinburgh) / Queen’s Film Theatre (Belfast) / Mikrokosmos (Athens) / Trianon (Athènes) / Olympion (Thessaloniki) / Urania (Osijek) / Kino Europa (Zagreb) / Art-kino (Rijeka) / Apollo (Pecs) / Művész, Puskin, Toldi, Tabán, Kino cafe (Budapest) / Irish Film Institute / Cinema Lumière - Cineteca (Bologna) / Multisala Odeon (Bologna) / Cinema Farnese (Rome) / Anteo Palazzo del Cinema (Milan) / Skalvija (Vilnius) / Ciné Starlight, Utopia, Kinepolis (Luxembourg) / Kino Bize, Splendid Palace (Riga) / Eden (San Ġiljan) / Spazju Kreattiv (Valleta) / Lumière (Maastricht) / LAB111 (Amsterdam) / Kino Rotterdam / Gdyńskie Centrum Filmowe (Gdynia) / Kino Pod Baranami (Krakow) / Trindade (Porto) / Cinema Victoria (Cluj-Napoca) / Elvire Popesco (Bucharest) / Cinema Ateneu (Iasi) / Zita (Stockholm) / Mestni kino Ptuj (Ptuj) / Kinodvor (Ljubljana) / Kino Usmev (Kosice) / Kino Film Europe ( Bratislava).
*Co-organised by the European Parliament, the LUX Film Prize, the Giornate degli Autori and Europa Cinemas, 28 Times Cinema aims to promote shared values and cultural diversity through cinema among young people.