European Film Awards: ‘Cold War’ Scoops Top Prizes – Full List

Pawel Pawlikowski, Cold War
EUROPEAN ACTRESS
EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY
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A Best Picture winner for Ida in 2014, Pawel Pawlikowski has Cold War in contention this evening, with the overall lead on nominations. Cold War, Poland’s Oscar hopeful this year, previously won the EFA for European Editor (Jarosław Kamiński) and is also mentioned in the Film, Screenwriting, Actress and Actor categories tonight. The romance drama won the Best Director prize in Cannes, but was shockingly shut out from the recent Golden Globes roster for Best Foreign Language Film. Refresh for latest…: The 31st European Film Awards are taking place in Seville, Spain tonight.
Marcello Fonte, Dogman
EUROPEAN COMEDY
EUROPEAN SHORT FILM
PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD
The Years, dir: Sara Fgaier
EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2018
Call Me By Your Name, dir: Luca Guadagnino
They include Sweden’s wild Border from Ali Abbasi, Italy’s Dogman from Matteo Garrone and Belgium’s Girl by Lukas Dhont. Alice Rohrwacher's Cannes Screenplay winner, Happy As Lazzaro, is not an Oscar entry from Italy, but is also up for an EFA in the top category as well as for directing and screenwriting. Joining Cold War in the main race are a series of Oscar entries for the Best Foreign Language Film statue.
The European Film Academy has been somewhat predictive of the Foreign Language Oscar in recent years — when it comes to movies from the Continent (Ida, The Great Beauty, Amour). Last year’s winner was Ruben Ostlund’s The Square which went on to an Oscar nomination, but did not take the ultimate prize — Sebastian Lelio’s A Fantastic Woman, from Chile, did.
Cold War, dir: Pawel Pawlikowski
EUROPEAN ACTOR
Pawel Pawlikowski, Cold War
Bergman — A Year In A Life, dir: Jane Magnusson
We'll update the winners below as they happen tonight:
EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – PRIX FIPRESCI
The Death Of Stalin, dir: Armando Iannucci
Joanna Kulig, Cold War
Girl, dir: Lukas Dhont
EUROPEAN DIRECTOR
Another Day Of Life, dirs: Raul de la Fuente & Damian Nenow
EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER
EUROPEAN FILM
EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD – PRIX EURIMAGES

Don Henley – A Month Of Sundays (Live) letras

I used to work for Harvester
I used to use my hands
I used to make the tractors and the combines that plowed and harvested
This great land
Now I see my handiwork on the block everywhere I turn
And I see the clouds ‘cross the weathered faces and I watch the harvest burn

I quit the plant in ’57
Had some time for farmin’ then
Banks back then was lendin’ money
The banker was the farmer’s friend
And I’ve seen dog days and dusty days;
Late spring snow and early fall sleet;
I’ve held the leather reins in my hands and felt the soft ground under my feet
Between the hot dry weather and the taxes, and the Cold War it’s been hard
To make ends meet
But I always kept the clothes on our backs;
I always put the shoes on our feet

My grandson, he comes home from college
He says, “We get the government we deserve.”
My son-in-law just shakes his head and says, “That little punk, he never
Had to serve.”
And I sit here in the shadow of the suburbs and look out across these
Empty fields
I sit here in earshot of the bypass and all night I listen to the rushin’
Of the wheels

The big boys, they all got computers; got incorporated, too
Me, I just know how to raise things
That was all I ever knew
Now, it all comes down to numbers
Now I’m glad that I have quit
Folks these days just don’t do nothin’ simply for the love of it