Giornate degli Autori: introduction of the jury of the Europa Cinemas Label

29 August - 8 Septembre 2018


Four Network exhibitors from Poland, France, Italy and Germany will take part in the Europa Cinemas Label Jury on the occasion of the upcoming Giornate degli Autori. The Jury members will award one film among the 7 European films from the official selection.

Giornate degli Autori: introduction of the jury of the Europa Cinemas Label

Klara Bogusławska (Kinoteka Multiplex, Warsaw, Poland)

Klara has been associated with the cinema industry for the last 8 years. She is currently the head of the film distribution department at Kinoteka Multiplex in Warsaw, the biggest art-house cinema in Poland. Klara is in charge of film programming process; she also coordinates events, special screening and meetings. She works closely together with almost 20 film festivals, among them: Warsaw Film Festival and DOCs Against Gravity Film Festival. Klara graduated from The Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw, where she obtained Master of Art degree in Theatre Studies.

Mathieu Guetta (Majestic Bastille, Paris, France)

Director of the arthouse cinema, Le Majestic Bastille (Les Ecrans de Paris) since October 2017, after beeing eleven years the assistant director of Le Grand Action (Paris 5th district). Mathieu Guetta graduated with a Master's degree in cinema at the University of Paris 3 and directed three short films that won awards in Montluçon (2002), Mantes-la-Jolie (2005) and Paris (2012). He writes occasionally in the Huffington Post movie pages and contributes to Isabelle Giordano's books in the Film by Film collection (Gallimard edition).

Ezio Leoni (Il Lux, Padua, Italy)

Il Lux, arthouse cinema of Padua, is managed by the cineclub The Last Tycoon, a film culture association that operates in Padua and which also manages the website and the web magazine
I am the president and I am in charge of the cinema and, as a journalist and film critic (SNCCI - Sindacato Nazionale Critici Cinematografici Italiani.), I deal with programming and communication.

Christine Müh (Kommunales Kino, Pforzheim, Germany)

Born in 1972 in Frankfurt, Christine Müh got bitten by the cinema bug in 1994 as a student of Literature and Visual Anthropology in Berlin and worked there in the Cinemas „Delta“, „Balazs“ and „Arkona“ in the following years. From 2001 to 2008  - after a short Intermezzo as print manager at the Münster International Film Festival - she was assistant manager in the 3-screen „Cinema & Kurbelkiste“ in Münster. Since 2008 she is the Managing Director of „Kommunales Kino Pforzheim“ in Southern Germany, a municipality-supported one-screen cinema.


List of European films eligible for the Europa Cinemas Label:

1. Pearl by Elsa Amiel (Switzerland, France), 82’

2. C'est ça l'amour (Real Love) by Claire Burger (France), 98’

3. Continuer (Keep Going) by Joachim Lafosse (Belgium, France), 84’

4. Ricordi? by Valerio Mieli (Italy, France), 106’

5. Joy by Sudabeh Mortezai (Austria), 100’

6. Graves Without a Name by Rithy Panh (France, Cambodia), 115’

7. Emma Peeters by Nicole Palo (Belgium, Canada), 87’


Giornate degli Autori