European Parliament LUX FILM PRIZE films on RIFF
God exists and her name will be revealed on RIFF.
RIFF screens the three films that compete for the LUX prize this year. Since 2007 the European Parliament LUX FILM PRIZE casts an annual spotlight on films that hit the heart of European public debate. The Parliament believes that cinema, a mass cultural medium , can be an ideal vehicle for debate and reflection on Europe and its future. We will celebrate a special LUX -day at Sunday 29th September. Following the screening of the film God exists, her name is Petrunya the same day at 18:45 there will be a reception at Bíó Paradís offered by the Delgation of the European Union to Iceland.
Cold Case Hammarskjöld is a documentary were Danish director Mads Brugger and Swedish private investigator Göran Björkdahl try to solve the mysterious death of Dag Hammarskjöld in 1961.
The film The Realm is about a beloved politician who uses his power to enrich himself.
God exists and her name is Petrunya, is about a woman in Stip in Macedonia who retrieves a cross, something that the men in her village feel like they should have done.