The Winners At The European Film Awards | Film News

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The Winners At The European Film Awards | Film News



Paolo Sorrentino‘s Youth had a successful night in Berlin at this Saturday’s European Film Awards, where it picked up a total of three prizes, including Best Picture. Sorrentino picked up the award for Best Director, whilst Michael Caine was awarded Best Actor, as well as an Honorary Lifetime Achievement award. The film, which stars Caine alongside Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano, and Jane Fonda, is set to open in the UK on January 29, 2016.


The night’s other big winner was Charlotte Rampling, who scooped the Best Actress award for her role in 45 Years, and like Caine, an Honorary Lifetime Achievement award. The full list of the nights winners is listed below:


European Film: Youth, Paolo Sorrentino
European Comedy: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Roy Andersson
European Documentary: Amy, Asif Kapadia
European Director: Paolo Sorrentino, “Youth”
European Actress: Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years
European Actor: Michael Caine, Youth
European Screenwriter: Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou, The Lobster
European Discovery – FIPRESCI Prize: Mustang, Deniz Gamze Ergüven
European Animated Feature Film: Song of the Sea, Tomm Moore
European Short: Picnic
People’s Choice Award: Marshland


Previously announced:


European Cinematographer: Martin Gschlacht, Goodnight Mommy
European Editing: Jacek Droslo, Body
European Production Designer: Sylvie Olivé, The Brand New Testament
European Costume Designer: Sarah Blenkinshop, The Lobster
European Music Composer: Cat’s Eyes, The Duke of Burgundy
European Sound Designer: Vasco Pimentel and Miguel Martins, Arabian Nights Vols. I-III


Honorary awards:


Achievement in World Cinema: Christoph Waltz
Honorary Award: Michael Caine
Lifetime Achievement Award: Charlotte Rampling
European Co-Production Award: Andrea Occhipinti


The awards are chosen by the European Film Academy.



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