15 Shorts Nominated for the European Film Awards 2017

The European Film Academy and EFA Productions are proud to present this year's short film nominations. At each of the 15 participating film festivals, an independent jury presented one European short film in competition with a nomination in the short film category of the European Film Awards.

Nominated are:

Ghent Short Film Nominee 
TIMECODE
by Juanjo Giménez
Spain 2016, fiction, 15 min

Uppsala Short Film Nominee
LOVE 
by Réka Bucsi
Hungary/France 2016, animation, 16 min

Valladolid Short Film Nominee
FIGHT ON A SWEDISH BEACH!!

by Simon Vahlne
Sweden 2016, fiction, 15 min

Cork Short Film Nominee
THE PARTY
by Andrea Harkin
Ireland 2016, fiction, 14 min

Rotterdam Short Film Nominee 
INFORMATION SKIES
by Metahaven
Netherlands/South Korea 2017,
experimental fiction, 24 min

Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Nominee
WANNABE
by Jannis Lenz
Austria/Germany 2017, fiction, 29 min

Berlin Short Film Nominee
THE ARTIFICIAL HUMORS
OS HUMORES ARTIFICIAIS 
by Gabriel Abrantes
Portugal 2016, fiction, 30 min

Tampere Short Film Nominee
WRITTEN/UNWRITTEN
SCRIS/NESCRIS 
by Adrian Silisteanu
Romania 2017, fiction, 20 min

Krakow Short Film Nominee 
EN LA BOCA
by Matteo Gariglio
Switzerland/Argentina 2016, documentary, 25 min

Vila do Conde Short Film Nominee 
THE DISINHERITED
LOS DESHEREDADOS
by Laura Ferrés
Spain 2017, documentary / fiction, 18 min

Locarno Short Film Nominee
YOUNG MEN AT THEIR WINDOW
JEUNES HOMMES À LA FENÊTRE
by Loukianos Moshonas
France 2017, fiction, 18 min

Sarajevo Short Film Nominee
COPA-LOCA
by Christos Massalas
Greece 2017, fiction, 14 min

Venice Short Film Nominee 
YOU WILL BE FINE
GROS CHAGRIN
by Céline Devaux
France 2017, animation / fiction, 15 min

Bristol Short Film Nominee
UGLY
by Nikita Diakur
Germany 2017, animation, 12 min

Drama Short Film Nominee
THE CIRCLE
HEVÊRK
by Rûken Tekeş
Turkey 2016, fiction, 14 min

The European Film Academy congratulates the nominees. The nominated films will soon be submitted to the more than 3,000 EFA Members to elect the winner. The European Short Film 2017 will then be presented at the European Film Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 9 December, in Berlin.

Berlin, 26 September 2017