Thomas Vinterberg’s ‘Another Round’ sweeps European Film Awards (EFA)
Thomas Vinterberg’s Another Round, the Danish selection for Oscar consideration, was the big winner of the European Film Awards (EFA) today, taking home all the top prizes and everything it was nominated for: European Film, European Director, European Screenwriter (Vinterberg with Tobias Lindholm) and Mads Mikkelsen as European Actor. Another Round, Corpus Christi and Martin Eden had led the nominations for the 33rd annual awards but the latter two went home empty handed.
Hidden Away was the only other film won more than one award, taking Cinematography and Costume Design while The Personal History of David Copperfield won Production Design. Collective, the Romanian documentary about a corrupt election, was named European Documentary and Paula Beer was named European Actress for Undine.
Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy is made up of more than 3,800 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting Europe’s film culture. Throughout the year, the European Film Academy (EFA) initiates and participates in a series of activities dealing with film politics as well as economic, artistic, and training aspects. The programme includes conferences, seminars and workshops, and a common goal is to build a bridge between creativity and the industry. Some of EFA’s events have already become an institution for encounters within the European film community.
The entire program was streamed live at www.europeanfilmawards.eu and through an international network of streaming and broadcasting partners, with the nominees & winners joining via live video conference and moderated by TV host Steven Gätjen.
The nominations for the LUX European Audience Film Award by the European Parliament and the European Film Academy and in partnership with the European Commission and Europa Cinemas are: Another Round, Collective and Corpus Christi.
Here is the full list of winners.
Another Round – WINNER
The Painted Bird
Acasa, My Home
Collective – WINNER
Thomas Vinterberg – Another Round – WINNER
Agnieszka Holland – Charlatan
Jan Komasa – Corpus Christi
Maria Sødahl – Hope
Pietro Marcello – Martin Eden
François Ozon – Summer of 85
Bartosz Bielenia – Corpus Christi
Bogdan Goran – Father
Elio Germano – Hidden Away
Luca Marinelli – Martin Eden
Mads Mikkelsen – Another Round – WINNER
Viggo Mortensen – Falling
Paula Beer – Undine – WINNER
Natasha Berezhnaya – DAU. Natasha
Nina Hoss – My Little Sister
Andrea Bræin Hovig – Hope
Marta Nieto – Mother
Ane Dahl Torp – Charter
Adults in the Room – Costa-Gavras
Another Round – Thomas Vinterberg & Tobias Lindholm – WINNER
Bad Tales – the D’Innocenzo Brothers
Berlin Alexanderplatz – Martin Behnke & Burhan Qurbani
Corpus Christi – Mateusz Pacewicz
Martin Eden – Maurizio Braucci & Pietro Marcello
European Short Film:
All Cats Are Grey in the Dark – WINNER
Uncle Thomas, Accounting for the Days
Cinematography: Matteo Cocco, Hidden Away
Costume Design: Ursula Patzak, Hidden Away
Editing: Maria Fantastica Valmori, Once More Unto the Breach
Makeup and Hairstyling: Yolanda Piña, Félix Terrero, & Nacho Díaz, The Endless Trench
Original Score: Dascha Dauenhauer, Berlin Alexanderplatz
Production Design: Cristina Casali, The Personal History of David Copperfield
Sound Design: Yolande Decarsin, Little Girl
Visual Effects: Iñaki Madariaga, The Platform
EURIMAGES Co-Production Award: Luís Urbano
Innovative Storyteller: Mark Cousins, Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema