"TWO WORLDS" NOMINATED FOR PRIX EUROPA AWARD
On October 14 in Berlin starts the festival Prix Europa, during which awards are given to the best European radio, television and Internet productions. In the television documentary film category, Polish film "Two Worlds" by Maciej Adamek is nominated for the award.
The festival Prix Europa started in 1987 on the initiative of the Council of Europe and European Cultural Foundation. Its aim is to promote and present as wide as possible as a spectrum of European radio, television and Internet productions. Today, the festival co-operates with 25 organisations from various countries, to mention only the European Parliament, European Broadcasting Union, and Polish Television. It is the place for meetings and exchanging views of film producers from entire Europe. This year's edition is held from 14 to 20 October.
This year, Polish film "Two Worlds" by Maciej Adamek is nominated for the Prix Europa Award in the television documentary film category. "Two Worlds" is a family portrait of deaf parents and their hearing daughter Laura. 12 years old girl is our guide into their life. Life that is unusual, but at the same time as ordinary as every family's.
More information about the nominations on the festival's website.