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The European Film Awards are presented in 15 categories and take place in Berlin every second year.
Every year, the various activities of the European Film Academy culminate in the ceremony of the European Film Awards which are presented jointly with EFA Productions gGmbH. In a total of 18 categories, among them European Film, European Director, European Actress and European Actor, the European Film Awards annually honour the greatest achievements in European cinema.
The awards ceremony takes place in Berlin every second year. In the other years, the Awards travel: London, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Warsaw, Copenhagen, Tallinn and Malta.
The 28th European Film Awards will take place in Berlin 11-13 December
The European Film Academy awards the Plaza de España in Seville the title “Treasure of European Film Culture”.
Originally designed and built as the main symbol for and most ambitious project of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition world’s fair, Plaza de España is one of Seville's most iconic locations.
Plaza de España (picture: Fernando Ruso, Ayuntamiento de Sevilla)
With its mix of 1920s Art Deco, Neo-Renaissance, and...
Young Juries Across Europe Screen Nominees GOODBYE BERLIN, MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI and THE GIRL DOWN LOCH ÄNZI
The European Film Academy (EFA) proudly announces and congratulates the three nominees for the EFA Young Audience Award 2017:
DIRECTED BY: Fatih Akin
WRITTEN BY: Lars Hubrich
PRODUCED BY: Marco Mehlitz
The trip of a lifetime and a summer Maik and Ts...
Solidarity Instead of Flowers: European Film Academy Turns 30
As part of the section Berlinale Special, the Berlinale and the European Film Academy present THE TRIAL: THE STATE OF RUSSIA VS OLEG SENTSOV
Premiere at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele in the presence of Imprisoned Director’s Cousin, Lawyer, Producers and Friends
In May 2014, the Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, who was involved in suppo...
The more than 3,000 members of the European Film Academy – filmmakers from across Europe – have voted for this year’s European Film Awards. At the awards ceremony in Wroclaw the following awards were presented:
EUROPEAN FILM 2016
Directed by: Maren Ade
Written by: Maren Ade
Produced by: Janine Jackowski, Jonas Dornbach, Maren Ade, Michel Merkt
EUROPEAN COMEDY 2016
A MAN CALLED OVE (En man som heter Ove)
Directed by: Hannes Holm
photo: Łukasz Rajchert
Only four more days before European filmmakers, EFA Members, guests, nominees and winners will gather to celebrate European cinema at its finest at the 29th European Film Awards in Wrocław, European Capital of Culture 2016.
This year’s edition of the awards ceremony will be celebrated at Wrocław’s National Forum of Music (NFM), designed by Kuryłowicz & Associates, a multi-venue facility incl...
Just a quick reminder that the vote for the new EFA Board will end on Friday, 25 November 2016 (23h59 CET), so you still have some time.
Thanks a lot for your participation!
The self-nomination procedure being concluded, it is our pleasure to present to you the candidates for the EFA Board elections 2016. We wish to thank all candidates for their commitment!
Awards for Cinematography, Editing, Design, Costumes, Hair & Make-Up, Music and Sound
The European Film Academy announces the first winners who will be honoured at this year’s European Film Awards. A special seven-member jury convened in Berlin and, based on the EFA Selection list and the additional film entries, decided on the winners in the categories cinematography, editing, production design, costume design, hair & mak...
This year’s EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD – Prix EURIMAGES, an award acknowledging the decisive role of co-productions in the European film industry, goes to Dutch producer Leontine Petit.
Leontine Petit is CEO and producer at Lemming Film in the Netherlands and H...
At the closing press conference of the Seville European Film Festival on Saturday, the European Film Academy and the city of Seville announced the decision to hold the 2018 European Film Awards in the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region.
The announcement was made by Antonio Muñoz, Delegate for Urban Habitat, Culture and Tourism for the Seville City Council,...
The Spanish city will host the 31st edition of the awards given each year by the European Film Academy
Coinciding with the closure of the Seville European Film Festival, the Seville City Council and the European Film Academy (EFA) announced this morning at a press conference that the 2018 European Film Awards will be presented in the Andalusian capital.
The announcement was made by Antonio Muñoz, delegate for Urban Habitat, Culture and Tourism at Seville City Cou...
At the Seville European Film Festival the European Film Academy and EFA Productions proudly announced the nominations for the 29th European Film Awards. The more than 3,000 EFA Members will now vote for the winners who will be presented during the awards ceremony on 10 December in Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture 2016.
EFA voting members ...
European Achievement in World Cinema goes to Irish actor
In recognition of a rich and extensive career in front of the camera and behind the scenes as a producer, Pierce Brosnan will receive the honorary award EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA.
photo: Greg Gorman
Among Pierce Brosnan's numerous film credits are Bruce Beresford's MR. JOHNSON (1990), Brett Leonard's THE LAWNMOWER MAN (1992), THE THOMAS C...
EFA eNEWS October 2016
On the 7th day the goddess of film looked back on what she created over the last days. She saw some wonderful people, she heard from them ideas and plans for something called “Future”, and she saw exciting things they created for a room they called “cinema”. So, she was satisfied and thought she should do something great. She created food, invented the schnaps and added some cute animals (a cat) to cuddle. Last but not least, she called th...
The European Film Academy proudly announces the nominations in the categories EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2016 and EUROPEAN COMEDY 2016.
Based on a list of films provided by CARTOON, the European Association of Animation Film, as well as on individual film submissions, a committee decided on the nominations in the category EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM. The committee consisted of EFA Board Member Antonio Saura, producer (Spain), director Tomm Moore (Ireland) ...
The European Film Academy and EFA Productions are proud to present this year's short film nominations. At each of the 15 participating film festivals, an independent jury presented one European short film in competition with a nomination in the short film category of the European Film Awards.
Bristol Short Film Nominee
9 DAYS – FROM MY WINDOW IN ALEPPO
by Issa Touma, Thomas Vroege & Floor van der Meulen
Netherlands 2015, documentary, 12 min
At the Oldenburg International Film Festival in Germany, the European Film Academy has announced this year’s nominations for the EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – Prix FIPRESCI, an award presented annually in co-operation with the international federation of film critics to a young and upcoming director for a first full-length feature film. This year’s nominations were determined by a committee comprised of EFA Board Members Dagmar Jacobsen (Germany) and Ange...
In recognition of a unique and dedicated contribution to the world of film, the European Film Academy takes great pleasure in presenting Jean-Claude Carrière with the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for his outstanding body of work.
(picture: Roman Bonnefoy)
The French novelist, screenwriter, and actor started out writing short novels based on the films of Jacques Tati. Through Tati he met Pierre Étaix with whom he made several films,...
EFA and Filmfest Hamburg Introduce Film Award Presented by European University Students
The European Film Academy (EFA) and Filmfest Hamburg are launching the European University Film Award (EUFA) – a new award presented and voted for by university students across Europe.
The aim of this initiative is to involve a younger audience, to spread the “European idea” and to tran...
Every year, the EFA People’s Choice Award allows film fans across Europe to elect their favourite film. When the European Film Academy invites its members, Europe’s greatest film stars, directors, actors and actresses, to attend the European Film Awards, the People’s Choice Award sheds a spotlight on the people films are made for: the audience. This year’s vote has started – vote now and win the chance to join winners and nominees for the awards ceremo...
European Film Academy and EFA Productions announced the titles of the 50 films on this year’s EFA Feature Film Selection, the list of feature fiction films recommended for a nomination for the European Film Awards 2016! With 33 European countries represented, the list once again illustrates the great diversity in European cinema.
In the 20 countr...
For the fifth time, a special edition of the EFA project A SUNDAY IN THE COUNTRY gathered a group of young film critics and journalists. Organised in co-operation with the T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival Wroclaw, and while the festival kicked off, the meeting took place at Fregata in Zagórze Śląskie, Lower Silesia.
The group spent the days watching movies and talking about them, and about cinema and cinephilia in general, cookin...
The UK’s eventual departure from the EU family is one which the European Film Academy regrets, however, like many institutions is waiting to see which form this split will actually take in the fullness of time. The fact is that from the EFA perspective as an organisation that includes all Council of Europe countries as well as Israel and Palestine it will be very much business as usual as the participation of our UK membership and UK films in our selection process wi...
15 Documentaries Selected
It is with great pleasure that the European Film Academy and EFA Productions announce the EFA Documentary Selection, a list of 15 European documentaries recommended for a nomination for this year's European Film Awards.
Ten documentary festivals have recommended to the committee one film each which has had its world premiere at the respective festival’s latest edition. Chosen in co-operation wit...
Keywan Karimi is a 30-year-old Iranian filmmaker who has been sentenced by Iranian authorities to six years in jail and 223 lashes. His crime: practicing his profession as a filmmaker and showing the unofficial face of Iranian society.
A graduate from the University of Tehran, Keywan Karimi has studied communication and social sciences and participated in film directing workshops in Germany, Thailand and Russia. His short film Broken Border has received awards at vario...
The European Film Academy awards the Collegiate Church of Sant Vicenç in Cardona the title “Treasure of European Film Culture”.
picture: Departament de Cultura. Generalitat de Catalunya. AVIOTEC.
In October 1964, Orson Welles used the Collegiate Church of Sant Vicenç in Cardona as the location for CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT, his personal Shakespeare adaptation, with himself in the leading role. Although shooting lasted nine months, o...
About European Film Awards
The European Film Awards are presented in 15 categories and take place in Berlin every second year.
The 2013 edition returns to Berlin this December.
After Paris, Glasgow, London, Rome, Barcelona, Warsaw, Copenhagen, Bochum, Tallinn and Valletta the European Film Awards 2014 will take place in Riga, Saturday, 13 December 2014
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