The European Film Academy announces nominations in the categories European Short and Animated Feature Film

    Today the European Film Academy revealed the nominees of the categories “European Animated Feature Film” and “European Short Film”. The committee which decided on the nominations for European Animated Feature Film was comprised of representatives of the European Film Academy and CARTOON, the European Association for Animation Film. The nomination committees will be presented on after the publication of the nominations.

    The category “European Short Film” is organised by the European Film Academy in co-operation with a series of film festivals across Europe. At each of these festivals, an independent jury presented one of the European short films in competition with a candidacy. Out of the complete list of 29 candidates, the participating festivals nominated five films for the European Film Awards. The 4,600 members of the European Film Academy will vote for the overall winners.



    Nominations “European Animated Feature Film”

    • A GREYHOUND OF A GIRL directed by Enzo d’Alò (Luxembourg, Italy, Ireland, United King-dom, Latvia, Estonia, Germany)
    • CHICKEN FOR LINDA! directed by Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach (France, Italy)
    • ROBOT DREAMS directed by Pablo Berger (Spain, France)
    • THE AMAZING MAURICE directed by Toby Genkel (Germany, United Kingdom)
    • WHITE PLASTIC SKY directed by Tibor Bánóczki and Sarolta Szabó (Hungary, Slovakia)

    Nominations “European Short Film”

    • 27 directed by Flóra Anna Buda (France, Hungary)
    • AQUERONTE directed by Manuel Muñoz Rivas (Spain)
    • FLORES DEL OTRO PATIO directed by Jorge Cadena (Switzerland, Colombia)
    • HARDLY WORKING directed by Total Refusal: Susanna Flock, Robin Klengel, Leonhard Müllner and Michael Stumpf (Austria)

    Please find the nominations for the two categories here, including synopsis, cast, credits and statements of directors (if available).

    The selection is based on the Diversity & Inclusion Standards of the European Film Academy.

    The European Film Awards honour the greatest achievements in European cinema. This year the awards ceremony takes place on 9 December in Berlin. The ceremony of the European Film Awards – the most renowned and prestigious award for European film – is on gGmbH.

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