The European Film Commissions Network (EUFCN) has extended the deadline for the European Film Location Award 2019, with the voting process ending on January 20 instead of December 30.
Greece’s capital, Athens, is among the nominees along with Vilnius, Lithuania; “Delphi” Theater; Germany; Dorfulija, North Macedonia; El Hierro, Spain; Luggala, Ireland; Lviv, Ukraine; Rocca Guidoensca di Rocchettine, Italy; Royal Brussels, Belgium and Završje-Piemonte d’Istria, Croatia.
Votes for Athens can be submitted until January 20, by filling the online form here.
EUFCN consists of 90 members from 30 countries, which aim to promote European locations as filming destinations.
Each EUFCN member has proposed a location featured in a film, TV series or documentary, released between January 2018 and July 2019.