For its 10th anniversary, the non-profit organization Filming Europe is presenting a new award: the “Best European Film Location of the Decade”. Among the eleven final nominees is the Greek island of Antiparos, which was the setting for 2016 film “Suntan”.
In Suntan, we follow middle-aged Kostis and the young tourist Anna. The island, empty, cold, and calm in the winter, and full of life in the summer, is not just beautiful, but perfectly reflects the two main characters and their contrasting personalities.
Cineuropa is in charge of collecting the votes, and anyone can place theirs through their site until the 25th of October. By voting, you also enter to win a three-day trip to the winning location.
Among the other nominees are Dubrovnik, the streets and rooftops of which played the role of Kings Landing in Game of Thrones from 2012-2014, Juvet hotel in Valldalen, Norway, which was featured in Ex Machina in 2014, and Vienna, which was the setting for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, in 2014.