Launch of the EP Lux Prize 2012:

Type: News   Reference: 87541   Duration: 00:04:42  Lieu: Brussels, Belgium - BOZAR
End production: 05/11/2012   First transmission: 06/11/2012
statements by - Isabelle DURANT (Greens/EFA, BE), EP Vice-President - Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education Background: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/headlines/content/20120712FCS48792/2/html/Three-finalists-of-LUX-Prize-2012-unveiled For the first time ever, the three finalist films will be screened in October and November in all EU member states subtitled in the 23 official EU languages. Opening film of the LUX festival: Csak a szél (Just the Wind) by Bence Fliegauf - Hungary, Germany, France: Inspired by real events, the film tells the story of a Romani family living in rural Hungary. Recently, they find themselves having to exist more stealthily than ever before as Romani families in the area have been attacked and gunned down in their own homes. The Romani community struggles to continue their daily routine amid fears of the suspected racially motivated crimes. Mari juggles her two jobs. Her teenage daughter, Anna tries to concentrate on her schoolwork and sketches. But young Rio is preoccupied with other things. The other 2 films in competition are: - Io sono Li (Shun Li and the Poet) by Andrea Segre - Italy, France - Tabu by Miguel Gomes - Portugal, Germany, France, Brazil

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TIME DESCRIPTION DURATION
00:00:00 Title 00:00:00
00:00:00 different views of the screening room in the BOZAR, (8 shots) 00:00:00
00:00:00 Extract of the film, (5 shots) 00:00:05
00:00:05 Exterior view of the BOZAR, Brussels, Belgium (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:00:10 Interior, Arrvial of people, views of people sitting in the screening room, (12 shot) 00:00:57
00:01:07 SOUNDBITE (English): Paul DUJARDIN, director of the BOZAR: We are very honoured with this public debate and the distribution of ideas, this idea (LUX Prize) was created by the European Parliament, since a certain number of years and the goal is to bring more by the citizens. 00:00:17
00:01:24 Opening speech (French): Isabelle DURANT (Greens/EFA, BE), EP Vice-President: "It is essential to bring the Lux Prize out from the European Parliament, to let people from Brussels, from Belgium, from all different origins participate, those people who are loving cinema. This is very important, because the European Union get's often unfairly bad press, even though the Union does not only make legislative directives or is in charge to handle the crisis, this Union and this is the most important aspect in my view, can create common European values at a EU-wide range and to share those one and the cinema is of course the best tool to share emotions between the European citizens." 00:00:38
00:02:02 Opening speech (French): Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education: "During all those years we see the 'American dream', we didn't tell enough European stories, but we must tell our stories, we must make our different cultures visible and this you can better achieve with the help of films than otherwise." 00:00:23
00:02:25 Opening speech (French): Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education: "Many thanks for coming to our screening and thanks to BOZAR for opening their doors." 00:00:09
00:02:34 Screening, views of the screening room, (5 shots) 00:00:12
00:02:46 2 cut away shots 00:00:08
00:02:54 SOUNDBITE (French): Isabelle DURANT (Greens/EFA, BE), EP Vice-President:"The theme of migration and of the life of minorities is a theme that comes back repeatedly in the three films, if we see this young Chinese woman in its relation towards Italy and towards this fisherman, if we see this heavy but realistic film about the Roma, where we get an inside look into their daily life of discrimination. That underlines the situation in the big cities and what kind of difficulties Roma people face. And there is this film much more poetic, a Portuguese production, which is retracing the very intimate path of colonial and modern lives. I think each time is reflects the relation between a person or group of citizens, their identity with their country of residence, or their homeland and that reflects part of our European life." 00:00:43
00:03:37 1 cut away shot 00:00:03
00:03:40 SOUNDBITE (German): Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education : (about the festival opening) - "There is a very detailed and emotional observation of one Roma family, a family who is run by a woman who is in charge of everything, who is capable of doing it all by herself. She is taken care of the financial situation, the education." 00:00:20
00:04:00 SOUNDBITE (German): Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education: "A very hart touching story that illustrates the life of some Roma families, I think that is a film that can open our eyes, it was filmed in the area where a series of attacks had happened and where this family also lives." 00:00:19
00:04:19 SOUNDBITE (German): Doris PACK (EPP, DE), Chair of the EP Committee on Culture and Education : "I'm sure that we can reach out for many people, who we would not reach otherwise, also for our idea of united Europe. I think therefore we did right that we as European Parliament did not used the budget for this event out of the European budget, but out of its own budget which is designated for Communication." 00:00:23
00:04:42 END 00:00:00
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