21 February 2020

My brother chases dinosaurs nominated at EFA Young Audience Award

My Brother Chases Dinosaurs is one of the film nominated at the EFA Young Audience Awards. Italian partner institutions and cities where the initiative will take place include: Niels Stensen Cultural Foundation (Florence), Alice in the Cities (Rome), National Film Museum (Turin). Media Partner for Italy: Rai Movie.

This year’s EFA Young Audience Award will gather online around 3000 young cinephiles in the biggest European film jury. The European Film Academy invites young cinephiles between 12 and 14 from all over Europe to take part in the jury that will bestow the EFA Young Audience Award 2020. The application should be sent to From April 23rd to 25th the jury will have access to the online platform Festival Scope to screen the three nominated films. They will have the chance to discuss with other members of the jury and vote the winner on April 26th.

Besides My Brother Chases Dinosaurs by Stefano Cipani, produced by Isabella Cocuzza, Arturo Paglia and Antonia Nava (Italy-Spain), the other candidates are My Extraordinary Summer with Tess by Steven Wouterlood (Netherlands-Germany) and Rocca Changes the World by Katha Benrath (Germany).