23rd European Film Awards

The 23rd European Film Awards were presented on 4 December, 2010, in Tallinn, Estonia.[1]

The 23rd European Film Awards
Date4 December 2010
LocationNokia Concert Hall
Tallinn, Estonia
Presented byEuropean Film Academy
Hosted byAnke Engelke
Märt Avandi

Winners and nominees

The nominations for the 23rd European Film Awards were announced on 6 November at the Seville European Film Festival.[1]

Best Film

The Ghost WriterRoman Polanski • France/Germany/United Kingdom[2]

Best Director

Roman PolanskiThe Ghost Writer[2]

Best Actress

Sylvie TestudLourdes[2]

Best Actor

Ewan McGregorThe Ghost Writer[2]

Best Animated Feature Film

The IllusionistSylvain Chomet • United Kingdom/France[2][3]

Best Screenwriter

Robert Harris and Roman PolanskiThe Ghost Writer[2]

Best Cinematographer

Giora Bejach – Lebanon[2]

Best Editor

Luc Barnier and Marion Monnier – Carlos[2]

Best Production Designer

Albrecht Konrad – The Ghost Writer[2]

  • Paola Bizzarri and Luis Ramirez – I, Don Giovanni (Io, Don Giovanni)
  • Markku Pätilä and Jaagup Roomet – The Temptation of St. Tony (Püha Tõnu kiusamine)

Best Composer

Alexandre DesplatThe Ghost Writer[2]

Best Documentary

Nostalgia for the Light (Nostalgia de la luz) – Patricio Guzmán • France/Germany/Chile[2][4]

Best Short Film

Hanoi - Warsaw (Hanoi - Warszawa) – Katarzyna Klimkiewicz • Poland[2][5]

  • Amor – Thomas Wangsmo • Norway[5]
  • Lights (Ampelmann) – Giulio Ricciarelli • Germany[5]
  • Joseph’s Snails (Les escargots de Joseph) – Sophie Roze • France[5]
  • Stay, Away (Blijf bij me, weg) – Paloma Aguilera Valdebenito • Netherlands[5]
  • Out of Love (Ønskebørn) – Birgitte Stærmose • Denmark[5]
  • Venus VS MeNathalie Teirlinck • Belgium[5]
  • The Little Snow Animal (Lumikko) – Miia Tervo • Finland[5]
  • TussilagoJonas Odell • Sweden[5]
  • Maria's Way – Anne Milne • United Kingdom/Spain[5]
  • Talleres Clandestinos – Catalina Molina • Austria/Argentina[5]
  • Rendezvous in Stella-Plage (Rendez-vous à Stella-Plage) – Shalimar Preuss • France[5]
  • Diarchy (Diarchia) – Ferdinando Cito Filomarino • Italy/France[5]
  • The External WorldDavid O'Reilly • Germany[5]
  • Here I Am (Itt vagyok) – Bálint Szimler • Hungary[5]

People's Choice Award for Best European Film

Mr. Nobody[2]

References

  1. "Nominations for the 23rd European Film Awards". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2010-11-06. Archived from the original on 9 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-06.
  2. "The Winners". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2010-12-04. Retrieved 2010-12-04.
  3. Staff writer (2010-09-21). "Three nominees for the Best Animated Feature Film prize". Cineuropa. Retrieved 2010-11-07.
  4. "EFA nominates three Documentaries". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2010-10-27. Archived from the original on 30 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-07.
  5. "The Short Film Nominees for the 23rd European Film Awards". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2010-09-28. Archived from the original on 14 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-07.
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