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71 articles available in total starting from 30/08/2005. Last article published on 06/05/2019.

When We Leave leaves Tribeca triumphant

At the 9th edition of New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, the Best Film Award (worth $25,000) went to Feo Aladag’s German title When We Leave. This soberly moving debut feature, which attracted...  

30/04/2010 | Awards | Germany/Europe

Serbia’s Ordinary People wins Cineuropa.org prize at Miami

Serbia’s Ordinary People wins Cineuropa.org prize at Miami

The Cineuropa.org Award has gone to Vladimir Perisic’s Serbian film Ordinary People, in competition at the Miami International Film Festival, which ended yesterday. The prize – which consists of...  

15/03/2010 | Awards | Europe

Lux Prize finalists to be announced at Venice

At a press conference at the Venice Casino on September 11, the European Parliament will announce the three finalists for the LUX European Cinema Prize. The event will be attended by Doris Pack,...  

02/09/2009 | Awards | Europe

Nenad Puhovski and ZagrebDox get 2009 EDN prize

The European Documentary Network (EDN) has decided to give its annual award to Croatian director Nenad Puhovski for his work over the last five years in the creation and development of ZagrebDox....  

24/03/2009 | Awards | Europe

LUX contenders to be announced on May 28

The jury for the 2009 LUX Prize met in Brussels on March 19 to start discussions on this year’s potential award winners. The jury will next meet on April 30 and May 28, when it will announce the...  

23/03/2009 | Awards | Europe

Garrone, Edel and Claudel nominated for BAFTAs

Garrone, Edel and Claudel nominated for BAFTAs

Matteo Garrone’s Gomorrah is one of the five nominees for a Best Foreign Language Film BAFTA, the prestigious awards of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, which will be presented on...  

07/01/2009 | Awards | UK/Europe

Gomorrah rules European Film Awards

Gomorrah rules European Film Awards

The Italian drama Gomorrah dominated the European Film Awards on Saturday, winning five prizes including best film, best director and best actor. Based on a book by Roberto Saviano, the film...  

07/12/2008 | Awards | Europe

Lux Prize: Lorna silent no more

This morning, at the headquarters of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the second Lux Prize was awarded – to Lorna's Silence by brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, for its European...  

22/10/2008 | Awards | Europe

LUX Prize 2008: three films in competition

Three films from the official selection published last week will be competing for this year's European Parliament cinema Prize - the LUX Prize 2008: Delta de Kornél Mundruczó (Germany, Hungary);...  

24/06/2008 | Awards | Europe

Berlin hosts European Film Awards

Berlin hosts European Film Awards

The European Film Academy (EFA) awards tomorrow night the best film productions of the year in the 20th edition of the European Film Awards. Stephen Frears’ UK/French/Italian co-production The...  

30/11/2007 | Awards | Europe

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