European Film Awards

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European Film Awards

Film of the year add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 1988.

Countries: United Kingdom (29%), France (24%), United States (10%)

Main connections: Juliette Binoche, Veerle Baetens, Clotilde, Princess of Venice and Piedmont

Linked to: European Film Academy University Award




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The "'European Film Awards"' are presented annually since 1988 by the European Film Academy to recognize excellence in European cinematic achievements add something


Clotilde, Princess of Venice and Piedmont - In 1991, Clotilde was nominated for a César, for Most Promising Actress , and won an European Film Award for Best Actress, both for the film "Le petit criminel"


Andre Wilms - Wilms was the winner of the Best Supporting European Actor award at the 1992 European Film Awards for his work in Aki Kaurismäki's "La Vie de Bohème"


The awards were officially called the "'Felix Awards"' until 1997, in reference to the award's trophy statuette add something


Buena Vista Social Club - Wenders' film was released on 4 June 1999 to critical acclaim, receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary feature and winning numerous accolades including Best Documentary at the European Film Awards


Chocolat (2000 film) - Among significant awards won for work on this picture were the Art Directors Guild award, 2001, for Excellence in Production Design, the Bogey Award given by the German journal "Blickpunkt: Film", based on audience numbers in a certain time, the Audience Award, 2001, of the European Film Awards, for Juliette Binoche, and the Screen Actors Guild award 2001, to Judi Dench for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role


Oksana Akinshina - Her second film, "Lilya 4-Ever" , earned her a 2002 European Film Award nomination for Best Actress


I'm Going Home (film) - Michel Piccoli was nominated for Best Actor at the 2001 European Film Awards


My Summer of Love - "My Summer of Love" was nominated for the British Independent Film *award at the 2004 British Independent Film Awards, the Alexander Korda *award for Best British Film at the 2005 BAFTAs, the Best New British Feature *award at the 2004 Edinburgh Film Festival, the European Film *award at the 2005 European Film Awards, the ALFS *award at the 2005 London Critics Circle Film *awards, and the 2005 Directors Guild Of Great Britain *awards


Juliette Binoche - The film was an immediate success, winning best director for Haneke at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival, while Binoche was nominated for a European Film Award for Best Actress for her role.


The White Ribbon - It won three major prizes at the 2009 European Film Awards, held in Bochum, Germany, for Best Film, Best Director and Best Screenwriter


Roman Polanski - The Ghost Writer, a thriller focusing on a ghostwriter working on the memoirs of a character based loosely on former British prime minister Tony Blair, swept the European Film Awards in 2010, winning six awards, including best movie, director, actor and screenplay.


Love Is All You Need - In 2013, "Love Is All You Need" was selected as best comedy film at the 26th European Film Awards


Veerle Baetens - In 2013, she won the "best actress" category at the European Film Awards for her role in "The Broken Circle Breakdown"