Winners for Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Costume Design, Make-up and Hair, Original Score, Sound and Visual Effects, which are determined by an eight-member jury consisting of representatives of the different arts and crafts, were announced today by the European Film Academy where Belfast and All Quiet on the Western Front led with two awards apiece.
Belfast, Kenneth Branagh’s Oscar-winning black-and-white drama of his childhood growing up in Northern Ireland, won two EFAs, European Production Design for Jim Clay and European Costume Design for Charlotte Walter.
Germany’s WWI drama and Oscar entry All Quiet on the Western Front, won European Makeup and Hair for Heike Merker and European Visual Effects for the team of Frank Petzold, Viktor Müller and Markus Frank.
Two more official Oscar entries won prizes here, Ireland’s The Quiet Girl for Kate McCullogh’s cinematography and Paweł Mykietyn for European Original Score for Poland’s EO.
Winners for the main film awards will be announced on December 10, at a ceremony in Reykjavík, Iceland. Here is the full list of craft awards.
Kate McCullough for THE QUIET GIRL
Özcan Vardar and Eytan İpeker for BURNING DAYS
European Production Design
Jim Clay for BELFAST
European Costume Design
Charlotte Walter for BELFAST
European Make-up and Hair
Heike Merker for ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
European Original Score
Paweł Mykietyn for EO
Simone Paolo Olivero, Paolo Benvenuti, Benni Atria, Marco Saitta, Ansgar Frerich and Florian Holzner for THE HOLE
European Visual Effects
Frank Petzold, Viktor Müller and Markus Frank for ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT