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Winners of the 2020 Healthy Workplaces Film Award announced!

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The films ‘Rules of the Assembly Line, at High Speed’ by Yulia Lokshina and ‘Automotive’ by Jonas Heldt have been selected as the winners of the 2020 Healthy Workplaces Film Award for the best work-related documentary film.  The two films are part of the programme of the 18th International Film festival DocLisboa.

Rules of the Assembly Line, at High Speed gives an insight into the challenging conditions faced by temporary workers in Germany and ‘Automotive’ highlights potential scenarios involving the digitalisation and the future of work.

The movies were selected by a European jury of six EU-OSHA national focal point representatives from a shortlist of 10 films presenting contemporary portraits of the diverse challenges faced by today's labour force. The winners were announced by EU-OSHA executive director Christa Sedlatshek at an online round table discussion on the contribution that cinema and its tools bring to our understanding of the world of work.

The Healthy Workplaces Film Award (HWFA) was created 11 years ago to recognise the best work-related documentary films.  After a fruitful 10-year partnership with DOK Leipzig, 2020 is the first time that the award is being presented in collaboration with the DocLisboa festival.

Watch the trailers of Rules of the Assembly Line, at High Speed and Automotive

Discover more about this year’s Healthy Workplaces Film Award

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