Nikos Labot’s feature film debut has been selected among 10 films competing for the European Parliament’s award.
Among nominees is another Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST alum Tamara Kotevska with her documentary HONEYLAND.
Of the 10 films in the Official Selection, 3 will take part in the Competition, which will be selected and announced at the Giornate degli Autori press conference in Rome on 23 July. The winner will be announced on 27 November in Strasbourg.
The European Parliament will actively promote and subtitle the three competing films into the 24 official languages of the European Union and screen them in all 28 EU countries during the LUX Film Days.
Her Job is the first project from our program turned into film.
Congratulations to Nikos and Tamara!! We keep our fingers crossed!!