European Movie Award Nominations 2020 Unveiled – .

The European Film Academy has announced the nominations for its 2020 awards, which will practically take place in a series of online events from December 8-12.

The pioneers are Another Round, Corpus Christi and Martin Eden, who each have four nominations, including for the European Film 2020. These main categories include Berlin Alexanderplatz, The Painted Bird and Undine.

The nominees for the European documentary are: Acasa, My Home; Collective; Gunda; Little girl; Saudi Runaway; and the cave.

In the category of European directors are Agnieszka Holland for Charlatan, Francois Ozon for Summer Of 85 and Maria Sødahl for Hope for Thomas Vinterberg for another round, Jan Komasa for Corpus Christi and Pietro Marcello for Martin Eden.

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The nominees for the European Actress are: Paula Beer (Udine); Natasha Berezhnaya (Dau. Natasha); Andrea Bræin Hovig (Hope); Ane Dahl Torp (charter); Nina Hoss (my little sister); and Marta Nieto (mother).

For the European actor: Bartosz Bielenia (Corpus Christi); Goran Bogdan (father); Elio Germano (hidden); Luca Marinelli (Martin Eden); Mads Mikkelsen (one more round); Viggo Mortensen (falling).

The nominees for the European screenwriter are: Martin Behnke and Burhan Qurbani (Berlin Alexanderplatz); Costa-Gavras (adults in the room); Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo (Bad Tales); Pietro Marcello and Maurizio Braucci (Martin Eden); Mateusz Pacewicz (Corpus Christi); and Thomas Vinterberg and Tobias Lindholm (one more round).

After all, the European short film candidates are: All cats are gray in the dark; Genius loci; Past continuous; Sun dog; and Uncle Thomas, accounting for the days.

This year there are six nominations in the European Film category and in the European Documentary Film category, a departure from the traditional five.

“In order to expand the platform to include more European films in such a difficult time for European cinema and artists, the EFA board decided to exceptionally increase the nominations in the full-length feature film categories and in the documentary film category from five to six,” said Mike Downey, Chairman of the EFA Board.

The more than 3,800 EFA members will now come together (digitally) to select the winners.

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