European Film Awards Winners: ‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’ Takes Best Film, Director & Actress Honors – Full List

Ninjababy, dir: Yngvild Sve Flikke
European Original Score
European Visual Effects
EUROPEAN ACTOR
Flee, dir: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
EUROPEAN COMEDY
Mukharam Kabulova – Unclenching The Fists
Susanne Bier
Flee, dir: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
European Production Design
Jasna Đuričić – Quo Vadis, Aida?
Michael O’Connor – Ammonite
European University Film Award
Jasmila Žbanić – Quo Vadis, Aida?
Quo Vadis, Aida?, dir: Jasmila Žbanić
Florian Zeller & Christopher Hampton – The Father
Last year, Thomas Vinterberg’s Another Round swept the EFAs, taking Best European Film, Director, Actor and Screenwriter — before going on to win the Oscar for Best International Feature.
EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER
Actress and writer Annabelle Mandeng is hosting the event, which will still be broadcast from the Arena Berlin studio and include live online and pre-produced elements. Overseen by the European Film Academy, the awards were initially due to take place in a small physical ceremony with nominees in attendance, but those plans shifted earlier this month due to rising Covid numbers in Germany. She will be joined by a handful of other presenters and honorees at the site. Refresh for latest…: The 34th European Film Awards are about to kick off in a hybrid format from Berlin.
EUROPEAN SHORT FILM
They include Paolo Sorrentino’s The Hand Of God and Juho Kuosmanen’s Compartment No. Titane is the Oscar submission from France this year and, likewise, several other candidates for the International Feature Academy Award figure at the EFAs. 6, from Italy and Finland, respectively. Each of those films, alongside the titles above, is nominated in the European Film 2021 category, and both figure in three races.
European Make-Up & Hair
European Costume Design
EUROPEAN FILM
Maria Ekerhovd
Flore Masson, Olivier Alfonso, Antoine Mancini – Titane
European Editing
European Lifetime Achievement
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Nils Petter Molvaer, Peter Brotz-Mann – Great Freedom
Gisle Tveito, Gustaf Berger – The Innocents
European Cinematography
We’ll be following the proceedings live, so check back for updates as the winners are posted below.
EUROPEAN DIRECTOR
EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Crystel Fournier – Great Freedom
Promising Young Woman, dir: Emerald Fennell
European Achievement in World Cinema
EFA For Innovative Storytelling
Among nominees, Julia Ducournau’s Cannes Palme d’Or winner, Titane; Florian Zeller’s 2020 drama and double Oscar winner The Father; and Jasmila Zbanic’s Quo Vadis, Aida?, which was nominated for an Oscar at the 93rd edition, are tied with four mentions each coming into the evening.
EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – PRIX FIPRESCI
Peter Hjorth, Fredrik Nord – Lamb
EUROPEAN ACTRESS
European Sound
EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY
EURIMAGES CO-PRODUCTION AWARD
Anthony Hopkins – The Father
My Uncle Tudor, dir: Olga Lucovnicova
Marton Agh – Natural Light
Flee, dir: Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Marta Meszaros

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