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European Parliament Funds to reduce linguistic barriers standing in the way of free movies streaming in Europe

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European Parliament Funds for reducing linguistic barriers barrier that prevent films from moving around the European Union

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Since 2007, the LUX Award clearly represents the European Parliament struggle for European cinematography.

LUX Award amis at emphasizing diversity and prosperity of European cinema. It chooses movies having different topics but dealing with citizens ...

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