The European League of Institutes of the Arts is very proud to announce that the films featured in the NEU/NOW LIVE Festival 2013 will be presented at this year's edition of Prix Europa in Berlin from 19-26 October.
Prix Europa - The European Broadcasting Festival, founded in 1987, awards the best European media productions each year with the aim of publicising them throughout Europe and supporting their continental distribution and use. Prix Europa is distinguished as a first-class training platform and a multinational market place and since its founding has grown into the largest festival of its kind.
32 Boulevard de Magenta (France) by Nadège Abadie, My Good Fortune in Auschwitz (The Netherlands) by Reber Dosky, Vibration of the Thirteen (Poland) by Kacper Nurzyński, and I'm a miner, who is more (Slovakia) by Roman Fabian will be presented at Prix Europa in Berlin from 19-26 October.
After viewing the film selection of NEU/NOW LIVE in Amsterdam, the director of Prix Europa programmed all four films for presentation at the 2013 edition of Prix Europa and bestowed I'm a miner, who is more with the special honour of an invitation to take part in the competition for feature films.
Previews, production stills, and overviews for the films are available on neunow.com