The Constitution among 51 nominees for European Film Awards


The European film Academy (EFA) has revealed the 51 fiction films that will compete for nomination at the 30th European Film Awards.

A total of 31 European nations are represented on the list.

One national film has been voted into selection from the 20 counties with the most EFA members. The rest of the list was selected by the EFA board and invited experts Péter Bognár (Hungary), Dave Calhoun (UK), Giorgio Gosetti (Italy), Christophe Leparc (France), Jacob Neiendam (Denmark) and Alik Shpilyuk (Ukraine).

Members of the EFA will vote in the coming weeks to nominate films for the categories of best European film, director, actor, actress and screenwriter.

Nominations will be announced on November 4 at the Seville Film Festival.

The ceremony will take place in Berlin on December 9.

Recipients in the categories of cinematographer, editor, production designer, costume designer, hair and makeup artist, composer and sound designer will all be selected by a seven-member jury.

The 51 selections are as follows:

A Ciambra (Italy, USA, France, Sweden)
Dir. Jonas Carpignano

A Date For Mad Mary (Ireland)
Dir. Darren Thornton

A Gentle Creature (France, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands)
Dir.Sergei Loznitsa

A Jew Must Die (Switzerland)
Dir, Jacob Berger

A Monster Called (Spain)
Dir. J.A Bayona

Afterimage (Poland)
Dir.Andrej Wajda

Ana, Mon Amour (Romaina, Germany, France)
Dir. Câlin Peter Netzer

Big Big World (Turkey)
Dir.Reha Erdem

BPM (Beats Per minute) (France)
Dir.Robin Campillo

Bright Sunshine in (France)
Dir.Claire Denis

Brimstone (Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Sweden, UK, Hungary)
Dir. Martin Koolhoven

Fortunata (Italy)
Dir. Sergio Castellitto

Frantz (France, Germany)
Dir. François Ozon

Frost (Lithuania, France, Poland, Ukraine)
Dir. Sharaunas Bartas

Godless (Bulgaria, Denmark, France)
Dir. Ralitza Petrova

Happy End (France, Germany, Austria)
Dir. Michael Haneke

Heartstone (Iceland, Denmark)
Dir. Guòmundur Arnar Guòmundsson

Home (Belgium)
Dir. Fien Troch

Ice Mother (Czech Republic, Slovakiua, France)
DIr. Bohdan Sláma

In Times of Fading Light (Germany)
Dir. Matti Geschonneck

Indivisible (Italy)
Dir. Edoardo De Angelis

Insyraited (Belgium, France)
Dir. Philippe Van Leeuw

Istanbul Red (Turkey, Italy)
Dir. Ferzan Opetek

Jupiter’s Moon (Hungary, Germany)
Dir.Kornél Mundruczó

Lady Macbeth (UK)
Dir. William Oldroyd

Layla M. (Netherlands, Jordan, Belgium, Germany)
Dir. Mijke De Jong

Loveless (Russia, Belgium, Germany, France)
Dir. Andrey Zvyagintsev

My Grandmother Fanny Kaplan (Ukraine)
Dir. Olena Demyanenko

On Body and Soul (Hungary)
Dir. Ildikó Enyedi

Paradise (Russia, Germany)
Dir. Andrei Konchalovsky

Requiem for Mrs. J. (Serbia, Bulgaria, Fyr Macedonia, Russia, France)
Dir. Bojan Vuletić

Return to Montauk (Germany, France, Ireland)
Dir. Volker Schlöndorff

Sami Blood (Sweden, Denmark, Norway)
Dir. Amanda Kernell

Son of Sofia (Greece, Bulgaria, France)
Dir. Elina Psykou

Spoor (Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Sweden, Slovakia)
Dir. Agnieszka Holland & Katarzyna Adamik

Stefan Zweig – Farewell to Europe (Germany, Austria, France)
Dir. Maria Schrader

Summer 1993 (Spain)
Dir. Carla Simón

The Constitution (Croatia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Fyr Macedonia)
Dir. Rajko Grlić

The Fury of A Patient Man (Spain)
Dir. Raúl Arévalo

The Killing of A Sacred Deer (Ireland, UK)
Dir. Yorgos Lanthimos

The King’s Choice (Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland)
Dir. Erik Poppe

The Last Family (Poland)
Dir.Jan P. Matuszyński

The Nothing Factory (Portugal)
Dir. Pedro Pinho

The Other Side of Hope (Finland, Germany)
Dir. Aki Kaurismäki

The Party (UK)
Dir.Sally Potter

The Square (Sweden, Germany, France, Denmark)
Dir, Ruben Östlund

The Teacher (Slovakia, Czech Republic)
Dir. Jan Hřebejk

Tom of Finland (Finland, Germany, Sweden, Denmark)
Dir. Dome Karukoski

Western (Germany, Bulgaria, Austria)
Dir. Valeska Grisebach

Wild Mouse (Austria)
Dir.Josef Hader

You Disappear (Denmark, Sweden)
Dir. Peter Schønau Fog

Source: Screen Daily


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