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“Morgen”, nominated to EP’s LUX award

The feature film “Morgen”, written and directed by Marian Crisan, is among the ten productions nominated, in 2011, to the prestigious LUX award offered by the European Parliament, according to indiewire.com, quoted by Mediafax. The films nominated are: “A Torinoi lo”, by Bela Tarr (Hungary, France, Switzerland, Germany), “Les neiges de Kilimandjaro”, by Robert Guediguian (France), “Morgen”, by Marian Crisan (Romania, France, Hungary), “Misterios de Lisboa”, by Raul Ruiz (Portu­gal), “Pina”, by Wim Wenders (Germany, France, UK), “Play”, by Ruben Ostlund (Sweden, France, Denmark), “Attenberg”, by Athina Rachel Tsangari (Greece), “Essen­tial Killing”, by Jerzy Skolimowski (Poland, Norway, Ireland, Hungary), “Habemus Papam”, by Nanni Moretti (Italy, France), “Le Havre”, by Aki Kaurismaki (Finland, France, Germany). They were announced during the 46th edition of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

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