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  • 24Emmy
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    Nominations:

    EUROPEAN FILM
    The Best Offer
    Italy, dir: Giuseppe Tornatore
    Blancanieves
    Spain/France, dir: Pablo Berger
    The Broken Circle Breakdown
    Belgium, dir: Felix van Groeningen
    The Great Beauty
    Italy/France, dir: Paolo Sorrentino
    Oh Boy!
    Germany, dir: Jan Ole Gerster
    Blue Is The Warmest Color
    France, dir: Adellatif Kechiche

    EUROPEAN COMEDY

    I’m So Excited!
    Spain, dir: Pedro Almodóvar
    Welcome Mr President!
    Italy, dir: Riccardo Milani
    Love Is All You Need
    Denmark, dir: Susanne Bier
    The Priest’s Children
    Croatia/Serbia, dir: Vinko Brešan

    EUROPEAN DIRECTOR

    Pablo Berger for Blancanieves
    Felix van Groeningen for The Broken Circle Breakdown
    Abdellatif Kechiche for Blue Is The Warmest Color
    François Ozon for In The House
    Paolo Sorrentino for The Great Beauty
    Giuseppe Tornatore for The Best Offer

    EUROPEAN ACTRESS

    Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina
    Veerle Baetens in The Broken Circle Breakdown
    Barbara Sukowa in Hannah Arendt
    Naomi Watts in The Impossible
    Luminita Gheorghiu in Child’s Pose

    EUROPEAN ACTOR

    Jude Law in Anna Karenina
    Johan Heldenbergh in The Broken Circle Breakdown
    Fabrice Luchini in In The House
    Toni Servillo in The Great Beauty
    Tom Schilling in Oh Boy!

    EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER

    Tom Stoppard for Anna Karenina
    Giuseppe Tornatore for The Best Offer
    Carl Joos & Felix van Groeningen for The Broken Circle Breakdown
    François Ozon for In The House
    Paolo Sorrentino & Umberto Contarello for The Great Beauty

    EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – FIPRESCI

    Call Girl, dir: Mikael Marcimain
    Eat Sleep Die, dir: Gabriela Pichler
    Miele, dir: Valeria Golino
    Oh Boy!, dir: Jan Ole Gerster
    The Plague, dir: Neus Ballus

    EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY

    The Act Of Killing, dir: Joshua Oppenheimer
    The Missing Image, dir: Rithy Panh
    Stop-Over, dir: Kaveh Bakhtiari

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY ANIMATED FEATURE

    The Congress, dir: Ari Folman
    Jasmine, dir: Alain Ughetto
    Pinocchio, dir: Enzo d’Aio

    EUROPEAN SHORT FILM

    Butter Lamp, dir: Hu Wei
    Cut, dirs: Christoph Girardet, Matthias Muller
    Death Of A Shadow, dir: Tom Van Avermaet
    Houses With Small Windows, dir: Bulent Ozturk
    Jump, dirs: Peter Valchanov, Kristina Grozeva
    Letter, dir: Sergei Loznitsa
    Morning, dir: Cathy Brady
    Mystery, dir: Chema Garcia Ibarra
    Nuclear Waste, dir: Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy
    Orbit Ever After, dir: Jamie Stone
    A Story For The Modlins, dir: Sergio Oksman
    Sunday 3, dir: Jochen Kuhn
    Though I Know The River Is Dry, dir: Omar Robert Hamilton
    The Waves, dir: Miguel Fonseca
    Zima, dir: Cristina Picchi

    The ceremony takes place on December 7 in Berlin, Germany.

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    Renaton
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    Blue underperformed. Those were the same people who gave Amour a sweep last year (and ignored Rust & Bone and Cotillard). This should be taken into account.

    Also, wow, what a boring year for european films. I had noticed that my list this year was swaying asian more than I expected, and this nominee list explains why. It was just a weak year, although weird that it was in a continental level. 

    Berberian Sound Studio should’ve been nommed, but I guess it wasn’t likely considering it’s genre.

     

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    So Naomi Watts is considered European? I guess she has British citizenship.

    Also, here are the winners in the six technical categories…

    European Cinematographer
    Asaf Sudry
    LEMALE ET HA’HALAL / FILL THE VOID
    Israel

    European Editor
    Cristiano Travaglioli
    LA GRANDE BELLEZZA / THE GREAT BEAUTY
    Italy/France

    European Production Designer
    Sarah Greenwood
    ANNA KARENINA
    UK

    European Costume Designer
    Paco Delgado
    BLANCANIEVES
    Spain/France

    European Composer
    Ennio Morricone
    THE BEST OFFER
    Italy

    European Sound Designer
    Matz Müller & Erik Mischijew
    PARADIES: GLAUBE / PARADISE: FAITH
    Austria/Germany/France

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    Renaton
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    I think it’s because The Impossible is technically a spanish film?

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    outsider
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    Yes, it’s a spanish film but they can’t nominate non-Europeans even if they appear in European productions. For example, they can’t nominate Meryl Streep even if she appears in a British production like “The Iron Lady”.

    Apparently Naomi Watts was born in England and moved to Australia when she was 14. I was under the impression she is Australian.

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    24Emmy
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    These take place on Saturday. Any predictions?

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    babypook
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    These take place on Saturday. Any predictions?

    Not really, but I’m thrilled to see Barbara Sukowa in the mix. I simply love her work.

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    Scottferguson
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    The Impossible was a 100% Spanish production – financing, director, the creative team. It was shot elsewhere, with an international cast, but it was a Spanish film by the ways these things are normally calculated.

    The Great Gatsby is actually an Australian film by the same standards for the most part (although it had partial US financing along with substantial Australian). 

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    Jose Manuel Garcia
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    I cant understand why any film from Israel is consider European.

    Cecilia Roth was an argentinian actress who won the award for “All About My Mother”. So It is not the first time that someone out Europe is nominated. Moreover Sarah Polley who is canadian was also nominated for another Spanish Film and Kirsten Dunst who is from the USA for a danish film. So the only condition is that they should be acting in a European Movie.

     

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    Münster
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    I cant understand why any film from Israel is consider European.

    Cecilia Roth was an argentinian actress who won the award for “All About My Mother”. So It is not the first time that someone out Europe is nominated. Moreover Sarah Polley who is canadian was also nominated for another Spanish Film and Kirsten Dunst who is from the USA for a danish film. So the only condition is that they should be acting in a European Movie.

     

    Kirsten Dunst famously received a German passport a few years ago. Cecilia Roth’s father comes from Soviet Union so she probably has dual citizenship, as does Sarah Polley whose father came from Britain. 

     

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    mse
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    ^Exactly. We pesky Europeans tend to care a lot about origins, so if someone was born in a European country or has citizenship by some other ties, then we see them as a European. Mostly. And as long as it’s technically goes by the rules.

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    I cant understand why any film from Israel is consider European.

    Cecilia Roth was an argentinian actress who won the award for “All About My Mother”. So It is not the first time that someone out Europe is nominated. Moreover Sarah Polley who is canadian was also nominated for another Spanish Film and Kirsten Dunst who is from the USA for a danish film. So the only condition is that they should be acting in a European Movie.

     

    Isreal also competes in the Eurovision Song Contest. I admit it’s a little strange but it doesn’t seem unfair to me. The same applies to Turkey.

    The only reasons I know about the “you have to be European to get nominated” rule are the articles I read after the Sarah Polley / Kirsten Dunst nominations.

    It’s also noteworthy that the nominations say Best European Actress / Director / Cinematographer and not Best Actress / Director / Cinematographer in a European film.

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    Jose Manuel Garcia
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    Isreal also competes in the Eurovision Song Contest. I admit it’s a little strange but it doesn’t seem unfair to me. The same applies to Turkey.

    It’s also noteworthy that the nominations say Best European Actress / Director / Cinematographer and not Best Actress / Director / Cinematographer in a European film.

    There is a huge difference between Turkey and Israel… Some part of Turkey is in EUROPE. (So Kazajstan)

    I will agree to you that Israel is in the same case that Azerbaiyan or Cyprus. But Cyprus is highly recognised as European country. Moreover it is part of European Union.

    About your reference to Eurovision, we should not forget that Morocco also took part in Eurovision. Should Morocco Films also allows to take part… (The reason that Morocco, Israel are allow to take part of eurovision is, they are part of the same organization EBU. Lybia, Tunicia, Algeria, Libano (who tried to take part) are allowed to take part in this contest). Qatar is applying to be part of EBU, so it could be in a future they take part in that contest… 

    We know, specially in Football that many players are consider European… so they can play all around Europe without problems.
     
    Some ofthers like Ricky Martin got some european passport for personal reasons (marriage).

    I think it is a bad idea about only allowing European people to get the award, they should reward the best in an European film.  

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    Scottferguson
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    Livestream:

    http://www.europeanfilmawards.eu/

    underway

    doing best actress now

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    Scottferguson
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    actress from Broken Circle Breakdown won

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