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  • OJODIAMANTE
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    European Film Academy
    European Film Awards

    At the Seville European Film Festival the European Film Academy and EFA Productions announced the nominations for the European Film Awards 2011. The more than 2,500 EFA Members will now vote for the winners which will be presented during the awards ceremony on 3 December in Berlin.


    Nominated are
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    EUROPEAN FILM 2011

    • THE ARTIST, France

    WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Michel Hazanavicius
    PRODUCED BY: Thomas Langmann & Emmanuel Montamat

    • LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike), Belgium/France/Italy

    WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne
    PRODUCED BY: Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, Denis Freyd & Andrea Occhipinti

    • HÆVNEN (In a Better World), Denmark

    DIRECTED BY: Susanne Bier
    WRITTEN BY: Anders Thomas Jensen
    PRODUCED BY: Sisse Graum Jørgensen

    • THE KING’S SPEECH, UK

    DIRECTED BY: Tom Hooper

    WRITTEN BY: David Seidler
    PRODUCED BY: Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin

    • LE HAVRE, Finland/France/Germany

    WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Aki Kaurismäki
    PRODUCED BY: Aki Kaurismäki & Karl Baumgartner

    • MELANCHOLIA, Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany

    WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Lars von Trier
    PRODUCED BY: Meta Louise Foldager & Louise Vesth


    EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2011

    • Susanne Bier for HÆVNEN (In a Better World)
    • Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne for LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike)
    • Aki Kaurismäki for LE HAVRE
    • Béla Tarr for A TORINOI LO (The Turin Horse)
    • Lars von Trier for MELANCHOLIA

     


    EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2011:

    • Kirsten Dunst in MELANCHOLIA
    • Cécile de France in LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike)
    • Charlotte Gainsbourg in MELANCHOLIA
    • Nadezhda Markina in ELENA
    • Tilda Swinton in WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN

     


    EUROPEAN ACTOR 2011:

    • Jean Dujardin in THE ARTIST
    • Colin Firth in THE KING’S SPEECH
    • Mikael Persbrandt in HÆVNEN (In a Better World)
    • Michel Piccoli in HABEMUS PAPAM
    • André Wilms in LE HAVRE

     


    EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2011:

    • Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne for LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike)
    • Anders Thomas Jensen for HÆVNEN (In a Better World)
    • Aki Kaurismäki for LE HAVRE
    • Lars von Trier for MELANCHOLIA

     


    CARLO DI PALMA EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER AWARD 2011:

    • Manuel Alberto Claro for MELANCHOLIA
    • Fred Kelemen for A TORINOI LO (The Turin Horse)
    • Guillaume Schiffman for THE ARTIST
    • Adam Sikora for ESSENTIAL KILLING

     


    EUROPEAN EDITOR 2011:

    • Tariq Anwar for THE KING’S SPEECH
    • Mathilde Bonnefoy for DREI (Three)
    • Molly Malene Stensgaard for MELANCHOLIA

     


    EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER 2011:

    • Paola Bizzarri for HABEMUS PAPAM
    • Antxón Gómez for LA PIEL QUE HABITO (The Skin I Live in)
    • Jette Lehmann for MELANCHOLIA

     


    EUROPEAN COMPOSER 2011:

    • Ludovic Bource for THE ARTIST
    • Alexandre Desplat for THE KING’S SPEECH
    • Alberto Iglesias for LA PIEL QUE HABITO (The Skin I Live in)
    • Mihály Vig for A TORINOI LO (The Turin Horse)

     

    click here for the complete list of nominations

     

    THE 24th EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS: Berlin, 3 Dec 2011
    Live on http://www.europeanfilmawards.eu

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    Scottferguson
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    These awards, even though they are limited to one continent, are so much more credible and full of quality than the Oscars.

    With 8 nominations, Melancholia has the most – more than The Artist, more than The King’s Speech. This is a real triumph for von Trier, and well deserved.

    And The Kid With a Bike has four, including film, director, screenplay, yet Belgium submits a different film – Bullhead – with no nominations at all here. Another sign of what a disgrace the Academy FL category is.

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    OJODIAMANTE
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    Melancholia by Lars Von Trier leads the nominations…

    MELANCHOLIA, 8
    THE KING’S SPEECH, 4
    THE ARTIST, 4
    HÆVNEN (In a Better World), 4
    LE HAVRE, 4
    LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike), 4
    A TORINOI LO  (The Turin Horse,) 3
    LA PIEL QUE HABITO (The Skin I Live in), 2
    HABEMUS PAPAM, 2
    DREI (Three), 1
    WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN, 1
    ELENA, 1
    ESSENTIAL KILLING, 1

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    Scottferguson
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    The Kid With a Bike has 4, not 3.

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    Scottferguson
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    These awards are only open to citizens of European countries. Dunst is eligible because she recently became a German citizen (while keeping her dual US citizenship).

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    Paul Hanlin Jr
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    Herman Cain, meet Lars Von Trier.  I can’t fathom after all that spewed forth from his piehole at Cannes they still saw fit to give him a director nomination.  Teflon man, pure and simple.

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    Scottferguson
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    Maybe because he is a great director and Melancholia is a great film. What a concept – awards recognizing the artistic achievement!

    Lars von Trier has never harassed anyone. He has a big mouth and says stupid things. What does that have to do with awards?

    If you are going to be consistent Paul, I assume you also think that any museums that have Picasso paintings should be boycotted, since there are many documented cases of his physically abusing women.

    Do you Paul? Could you answer this question please?

    They judged his work. Only to people who have no concept of what art is would question his nomination for reasons other than their reaction, if negative, after seeing the film.

    But of course you haven’t seen it, have you Paul?

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    Scottferguson
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    Winners:

    ‘Melancholia’

    London– Lars von Trier’s
    end-of-the-world drama “Melancholia” nabbed the best film prize at the European
    Film Awards, which were handed out Saturday in Berlin.

    The pic, which had topped the noms with eight mentions, also took home two
    craft prizes, cinematographer for Manuel Alberto Claro, and production designer
    for Jette Lehmann.

    Tom Hooper’s “The King’s Speech” took three prizes: Colin Firth was named
    best actor, Tariq Anwar grabbed the editor award, and the film also took the
    People’s Choice award, which was voted for by the public.

    Susanne Bier was named best director for contempo drama “In a Better World,”
    and the screenwriter prize went to Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for “The Kid
    With a Bike.”

    Tilda Swinton was named best actress for troubled teen tale “We Need to Talk
    about Kevin.”

    Helmer-scribe Hans Van Nuffel won the Discovery Award for “Oxygen,” which
    also centers on a teen in crisis. The pic follows a boy suffering from cystic
    fibrosis.

    Ludovic Bource took the award for composer for “The Artist.”

    The docu prize was picked up by 3D dance film “Pina,” written and directed by
    Wim Wenders.

    The animated feature film kudo was picked up by “Chico and Rita,” directed by
    Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal and Fernando Trueba.

    Stephen Frears was given the Lifetime Achievement Award, while Mads Mikkelsen
    was feted with the European Achievement in World Cinema award.

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    Scottferguson
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    The nominations (including none for Hazanavicius for director) foretold Melancholia’s likely victory. I’d have to check back how often there has been a film/director split, but if it is unusual, that’s where some backlash came in (although with his film winning, it hardly matters – he gets the prize).

    Ironically, he lost to a fellow Dane and someone who once was part of the Dogme movement started by von Trier.

    Swinton winning over Dunst is interesting – they were also head to head at Cannes, with the latter winning (perhaps, worthy as she is, because it was the easiest place to award Melancholia at the time).

    Melancholia has now won both this award and the Sight and Sound international critics’ poll as best film of the year. It is sealing its record as the most acclaimed film of 2011.

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    Scottferguson
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    The damn things were live streamed I just learned. Their web site claims they can be watched after the fact, but it doesn’t seem to work.

    It sounds (as expected) that von Trier wasn’t there, but he was either shown by remote or recorded a reaction. Anyway, it was a “friendly wave”, with him explaining he will continue his pledge never to speak in public again.

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    babypook
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    Melancholia by Lars Von Trier leads the nominations…

    MELANCHOLIA, 8
    THE KING’S SPEECH, 4
    THE ARTIST, 4
    HÆVNEN (In a Better World), 4
    LE HAVRE, 4
    LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike), 4
    A TORINOI LO  (The Turin Horse,) 3
    LA PIEL QUE HABITO (The Skin I Live in), 2
    HABEMUS PAPAM, 2
    DREI (Three), 1
    WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN, 1
    ELENA, 1
    ESSENTIAL KILLING, 1

    Thanks for this list.

    Seems, droll, but would love to see some of these films, particularly “Elena”. I wonder if von Trier is scratching his nuts at the moment?
    Just wondering.

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    OJODIAMANTE
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    The 24th EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS: THE WINNERS

    The more than 2,500 members of the European Film Academy – filmmakers from across Europe – have voted for this year’s European Film Awards

     

    EUROPEAN FILM 2011
    MELANCHOLIA
    by Lars von Trier

    EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2011
    Susanne Bier for HÆVNEN (In a Better World)

    EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2011
    Tilda Swinton in WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN

    EUROPEAN ACTOR 2011
    Colin Firth in THE KING’S SPEECH

    EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2011
    Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne for LE GAMIN AU VELO (The Kid with a Bike)

    CARLO DI PALMA EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER AWARD 2011
    Manuel Alberto Claro for MELANCHOLIA

    EUROPEAN EDITOR 2011
    Tariq Anwar for THE KING’S SPEECH

    EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER 2011
    Jette Lehmann for MELANCHOLIA

    EUROPEAN COMPOSER 2011
    Ludovic Bource for THE ARTIST

    EUROPEAN DISCOVERY 2011
    ADEM (Oxygen) by Hans Van Nuffel

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY DOCUMENTARY 2011 – Prix ARTE
    PINA by Wim Wenders

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2011
    CHICO & RITA by Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal & Fernando Trueba

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM 2011
    THE WHOLLY FAMILY by Terry Gilliam

    EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD 2011 – Prix EURIMAGES
    Mariela Besuievsky

    EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA 2011
    Mads Mikkelsen

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
    Stephen Frears

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY SPECIAL HONORARY AWARD
    Michel Piccoli

    THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD 2011
    THE KING’S SPEECH by Tom Hooper

     

    http://www.europeanfilmawards.eu/en_EN/home/157138

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