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European Film Awards

European Film Awards
Awarded for Excellence in European cinematic achievements
Location Europe
Presented by European Film Academy
First awarded 1988
Official website .eu.europeanfilmawardswww

The European Film Awards are presented annually since 1988 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.

The awards were officially also called the Felix Awards until 1997, in reference to the award's trophy statuette.

The host cities alternate, as Berlin hosts them every other year while other European cities get the chance in between.

Contents

  • Awarding procedures 1
  • Host cities 2
  • Award categories 3
    • Current categories 3.1
    • Special awards 3.2
    • Defunct awards 3.3
  • See also 4
    • Continental awards 4.1
    • Other Pan-European events 4.2
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Awarding procedures

Feature films participating in the European Film Awards must be European feature-length fiction films intended for normal theatrical release which must have had their first official screening (be it at a festival or at a regular cinema) after 1 July of the year before. Based on a selection of app 40 films recommended for a nomination, the members of the European Film Academy vote for the nominations in the main categories,[1] which are announced in early November at the Seville European Film Festival. Based on the nominations, the members of the European Film Academy then vote for the winners which are announced at the European Film Awards Ceremony in early December.

Host cities

Edition Year Venue City Presenter Date
1 1988 Theater des Westens Berlin Jan Niklas, Désirée Nosbusch Nov. 26, 1988
2 1989 Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris Fernando Rey, Agnès Soral Nov. 25, 1989
3 1990 Royal Concert Hall Glasgow Schenna MacDonald, Melvyn Bragg Dec. 2, 1990
4 1991 Babelsberg Potsdam Désirée Nosbusch-Becker, Johannes Willms Dec. 1, 1991
5 1992 Babelsberg Potsdam Senta Berger, Ben Kingsley Nov. 25, 1992
6 1993 Babelsberg Potsdam Fanny Ardant Dec. 4, 1993
7 1994 Spiegelzelt Berlin - Nov. 27, 1994
8 1995 Bar jeder Vernunft Berlin - Nov. 12, 1995
9 1996 Blue Tent in Lützowplatz Berlin - Nov. 8, 1996
10 1997 Flughafen Tempelhof Berlin Tania Bryer Dec. 7, 1997
11 1998 Old Vic Theatre London Mel Smith, Carole Bouquet Dec. 4, 1998
12 1999 Schiller Theater Berlin Mel Smith, Carole Bouquet Dec. 4, 1999
13 2000 Chaillot National Theatre Paris Rupert Everett, Antoine de Caunes Dec. 2, 2000
14 2001 Tempodrom Berlin Mel Smith Dec. 1, 2001
15 2002 Rome Opera House Rome Asia Argento, Mel Smith Dec. 7, 2002
16 2003 Treptow Arena Berlin Heino Ferch Dec. 6, 2003
17 2004 Forum Convention Center Barcelona Maria de Medeiros, Juanjo Puigcorbé Dec. 11, 2004
18 2005 Treptow Arena Berlin Heino Ferch Dec. 3, 2005
19 2006 EXPO XXI Center Warsaw Maciej Stuhr, Sophie Marceau Dec. 2, 2006
20 2007 Treptow Arena Berlin Jan Josef Liefers, Emmanuelle Béart Dec. 1, 2007
21 2008 Forum Copenhagen Mikael Bertelsen Dec. 6, 2008
22 2009 Hall of the Century Bochum Anke Engelke Dec. 12, 2009
23 2010 Nokia Concert Hall Tallinn Anke Engelke, Märt Avandi Dec. 4, 2010
24 2011 Tempodrom Berlin Anke Engelke Dec. 3, 2011
25 2012 Mediterranean Conference Centre Valletta Anke Engelke Dec. 1, 2012
26 2013 Haus der Berliner Festspiele Berlin Anke Engelke Dec. 7, 2013
27 2014 Latvian National Opera Riga Thomas Hermanns[2] Dec. 13, 2014
28 2015 Berlin Dec. 12, 2015
29 2016 Wrocław[3] Dec., 2016

Award categories

See also

Continental awards

Other Pan-European events

References

  1. ^ "Feature Films".  
  2. ^ European Film Awards 2014 go to Riga
  3. ^ European Film Awards 2016 Go to Wroclaw

External links

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