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European Film Awards 2011: Nominations: MELANCHOLIA, THE ARTIST, LE HAVRE

Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alexander Skarsgård, Melancholia

Melancholia, The Artist, Le Havre and the other nominations for the 2011 European Film Awards have been announced. The 24th Annual European Film Awards are presented “by the European Film Academy to recognize excellence in European cinematic achievements. The awards are given in over ten categories of which the most important is the Film of the year. They are restricted to European cinema and European producers, directors, and actors.” This year’s European Film Awards “ceremony will be held on December 3, 2011 in Berlin’s Tempodrom near Potsdamer Platz.”

The full listing of the 2011 European Film Awards nominations is below.

EUROPEAN FILM 2011
The Artist, France
Written and Directed by: Michel Hazanavicius; Produced by: Thomas Langmann & Emmanuel Montamat
Le Gamin au Velo (The Kid with a Bike), Belgium/France/Italy
Written and Directed by: Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne; Produced by: Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, Denis Freyd & Andrea Occhipinti
Hævnen (In a Better World), Denmark
Directed by: Susanne Bier; Written by: Anders Thomas Jensen; Produced by: Sisse Graum Jørgensen
The King’s Speech, UK
Directed by: Tom Hooper; Written by: David Seidler; Produced by: Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin
Le Havre, Finland/France/Germany
Written and Directed by: Aki Kaurismäki; Produced by: Aki Kaurismäki & Karl Baumgartner
Melancholia, Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany
Written and Directed by: Lars von Trier; Produced by: Meta Louise Foldager & Louise Vesth

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2011
Susanne Bier for Hævnen (In a Better World)
Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne for Le Gamin au Velo (The Kid with a Bike)
Aki Kaurismäki for Le Havre
Béla Tarr for A Torinói ló (The Turin Horse)
Lars von Trier for Melancholia

EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2011
Kirsten Dunst in Melancholia
Cécile de France in Le Gamin au Velo (The Kid with a Bike)
Charlotte Gainsbourg in Melancholia
Nadezhda Markina in Elena
Tilda Swinton in We Need to Talk About Kevin

EUROPEAN ACTOR 2011
Jean Dujardin in The Artist
Colin Firth in The King’s Speech
Mikael Persbrandt in Hævnen (In a Better World)
Michel Piccoli in Habemus Papam
André Wilms in Le Havre

EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2011
Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne for Le Gamin au Velo (The Kid with a Bike)
Anders Thomas Jensen for Hævnen (In a Better World)
Aki Kaurismäki for Le Havre
Lars von Trier for Melancholia

CARLO DI PALMA EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER AWARD 2011
Manuel Alberto Claro for Melancholia
Fred Kelemen for A Torinói ló (The Turin Horse)
Guillaume Schiffman for The Artist
Adam Sikora for Essential Killing

EUROPEAN EDITOR 2011
Tariq Anwar for The King’s Speech
Mathilde Bonnefoy for Drei (Three)
Molly Malene Stensgaard for Melancholia

EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER 2011
Paola Bizzarri for Habemus Papam
Antxón Gómez for La Piel Que Habito (The Skin I Live in)
Jette Lehmann for Melancholia

EUROPEAN COMPOSER 2011
Ludovic Bource for The Artist
Alexandre Desplat for The King’s Speech
Alberto Iglesias for La Piel Que Habito (The Skin I Live in)
Mihály Vig for A Torinói ló (The Turin Horse)

EUROPEAN DISCOVERY 2011 – Prix FIPRESCI
Adem (Oxygen), Belgium/the Netherlands
written & directed by Hans Van Nuffel
Atmen (Breathing), Austria
written & directed by Karl Markovics
Michael, Austria
written & directed by Markus Schleinzer
Smukke mennesker (Nothing’s All Bad), Denmark
written & directed by Mikkel Munch-Fals
Tilva Roš, Serbia
written & directed by Nikola Ležai?

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY DOCUMENTARY 2011 – Prix ARTE
Pina, Germany
written & directed by Wim Wenders; produced by Gian-Piero Ringel & Wim Wenders
Stand van de Sterren (Position Among the Stars), the Netherlands
directed by Leonard Retel Helmrich; written by Leonard Retel Helmrich & Hetty Naaijkens; produced by Hetty Naaijkens
¡Vivan las Antipodas!, Germany / the Netherlands / Argentina / Chile
written & directed by Victor Kossakovsky; produced by Heino Deckert

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2011
Le Chat Du Rabbin (The Rabbi’s Cat), France
directed by Antoine Delesvaux & Joann Sfar
Chico & Rita, Spain/Isle of Man
directed by Tono Errando, Javier Mariscal & Fernando Trueba
Une vie de chat (A Cat in Paris), France/Belgium
directed by Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM 2011
EFA Short Film Nominee Ghent: Berik by Daniel Joseph Borgman
EFA Short Film Nominee Valladolid. Små barn, stora ord (Little Children, Big Words) by Lisa James-Larsson
EFA Short Film Nominee Cork: Händelse Vid Bank (Incident by a Bank) by Ruben Östlund
EFA Short Film Nominee Bristol: Derby by Paul Negoescu
EFA Short Film Nominee Angers: Jessi by Mariejosephin Schneider
EFA Short Film Nominee Rotterdam: I Lupi (The Wolves) by Alberto de Michele
EFA Short Film Nominee Berlin: Återfödelsen (The Unliving) by Hugo Lilja
EFA Short Film Nominee Tampere: Apele Tac (Silent River) by Anca Miruna L?z?rescu
EFA Short Film Nominee Cracow: Paparazzi by Piotr Bernas
EFA Short Film Nominee Grimstad: La Gran Carrera (The Great Race) by Kote Camacho
EFA Short Film Nominee Vila do Conde: Dimanches by Valéry Rosier
EFA Short Film Nominee Sarajevo: Tse (Out) by Roee Rosen
EFA Short Film Nominee Locarno: Opowie?ci z ch?odni (Frozen Stories) by Grzegorz Jaroszuk
EFA Short Film Nominee Venice: Hypercrisis by Josef Dabernig
EFA Short Film Nominee Drama: The Wholly Family by Terry Gilliam

Source: Wikipedia, Chinkino

 

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