5th EFA Young Audience Award Includes Record 27 Countries

Young Juries Across Europe Screen Nominees GIRLS LOST, MISS IMPOSSIBLE and RAUF

The nominations were chosen by an international committee consisting of Melinda Boros (Clorofilm/Romania), Marjo Kovanen (Koulukino/Finland), Beata Marciniak (New Horizons Association/Poland), Marta Nieto Postigo (Drac Màgic/Spain) and Jakub Viktorin (Visegrad Film Forum/Slovakia).


On Young Audience Film Day on 8 May, the three nominated films will be screened to audiences of 12 – 14 year-olds in the following 27 countries across Europe:

AUSTRIA: Vienna
BELGIUM: Brussels
BULGARIA: Sofia
CROATIA: Zagreb
DENMARK: Aalborg
GERMANY: Berlin & Erfurt
GREECE: Athens
HUNGARY: Budapest
ISRAEL: Tel Aviv
ITALY: Florence
KOSOVO: Prizren
LATVIA: Riga
LUXEMBOURG: Luxembourg
FYR MACEDONIA: Skopje
MALTA: St Julian’s
THE NETHERLANDS: Amsterdam
NORWAY: Tromsø
POLAND: Wroclaw
PORTUGAL: Lisbon
ROMANIA: Cluj-Napoca
SERBIA: Belgrade
SLOVAKIA: Bratislava
SLOVENIA: Izola
SPAIN: Avilés & Barcelona
TURKEY: Antalya
UK: London
UKRAINE : Kyiv


And it is the young audience that will act as a jury and vote for the winner right after the screenings. In a truly European vote, jury speakers will then transmit the national results live via video conference to Erfurt (Germany) where the winner will be announced in an award ceremony streamed live on this website, a special website that offers further information about the nominated films and the participating cities.