FRED Film Radio is joining the 32nd European Film Awards in Berlin on December 7, 2019.
The European Film Awards, presented jointly by the European Film Academy and EFA Productions, honour the greatest achievements in European cinema. The awards are presented in the following 25 categories: EUROPEAN FILM, EUROPEAN COMEDY, EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – Prix FIPRESCI
EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY, EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM, EUROPEAN SHORT FILM, EUROPEAN DIRECTOR, EUROPEAN ACTRESS, EUROPEAN ACTOR, EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER, EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHY, EUROPEAN EDITING, EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGN, EUROPEAN COSTUME DESIGN, EUROPEAN HAIR & MAKE-UP,
EUROPEAN ORIGINAL SCORE, EUROPEAN SOUND, EUROPEAN VISUAL EFFECTS, EFA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA AWARD,
EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN FICTION SERIES AWARD, EURIMAGES CO-PRODUCTION AWARD, EFA PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD for Best European Film, EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY YOUNG AUDIENCE AWARD (YAA), EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY FILM AWARD (EUFA).
Leading through the EFA Ceremony 2019 will be two talented European actresses: Anna Brüggemann and Aistė Diržiūtė. Known as one of the most versatile actresses in Germany, Anna Brüggemann is also an established screenwriter who won a Berlinale Silver Bear. Former Shooting Star from Lithuania, Aistė Diržiūtė can change seamlessly from Lithuanian to Russian and English and is best known for her role as Austė in THE SUMMER OF SANGAILE.
Presenting the awards in a total of 23 categories will be a great line-up of European filmmakers, among them actresses Agata Buzek (Poland), Josefine Frida (Norway), Hera Hilmar (Iceland), Joanna Kulig (European Actress 2018, Poland), Eva Melander (Sweden), Daphne Patakia (Belgium-Greece), Benedetta Porcaroli (Italy), Sarina Radomski (Germany) and Adriana Ugarte (Spain).
They will be joined by actors Claes Bang (European Actor 2017, Denmark), Jakob Cedergren (Denmark), Julius Feldmeier (Germany), Alex Lawther (UK) and Milan Marić (Serbia), directors Claire Denis (France), Nino Kirtadzé (France), Rosa von Praunheim (Germany) and David Yates (UK), EFA Chairwoman Agnieszka Holland and EFA President Wim Wenders.
Berlin-based German filmmaker Dietrich Brüggemann is the creative director behind the 32nd European Film Awards, handling both stage direction and script. Writer and script consultant Volker Ferenz skilfully put together all presentation texts with a great passion for film.
French actress Juliette Binoche will be honoured with the European Achievement in World Cinema award, Werner Herzog will receive this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award and Ankica Jurić Tilić will get the EURIMAGES Co-Production Award 2019.
For more information, go to https://www.europeanfilmawards.eu/en_EN
Here the live stream on our website.