Historisk seger för The Square

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Erik Hemmendorff, Ruben Östlund, Philippe Bober, Josefin Åsberg, Kalle Boman och Claes Bang. Foto: Jan Göransson/SFI
Erik Hemmendorff, Ruben Östlund, Philippe Bober, Josefin Åsberg, Kalle Boman och Claes Bang. Foto: Jan Göransson/SFI

I kväll firade European Film Award, som skapades av bland andra Ingmar Bergman och Aina Bellis, trettioårsjubliuem. Flera filmstorheter fanns på pats för att hylla den europeiska filmen under trettio år. När galan var slut hade tidigare Guldpalmsvinnaren The Square lyckats att knipa hela sex Europem Film Awards. Något som aldrig tidigare hänt en svensk film i galans historia.

The Square belönades med statyetter för Bästa film, Bästa komedi, Bästa regi, Bästa manus, Bästa produktionsdesign samt Bästa manligaskådespelare. Därmed skrevs det filmhistoria. Inte någon gång har en svensk film belönats med Bästa film under trettio år. Ej heller vunnit så många priser som i kväll.

Hela listan på alla vinnare:
The 30th European Film Awards: WINNERS

The more than 3,000 members of the European Film Academy – filmmakers from across Europe – have voted for this year’s European Film Awards. At the awards ceremony in Berlin the following awards were presented:

EUROPEAN FILM 2017

THE SQUARE
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Ruben Östlund
PRODUCED BY Erik Hemmendorff & Philippe Bober

EUROPEAN COMEDY 2017

THE SQUARE

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Ruben Östlund

PRODUCED BY Erik Hemmendorff & Philippe Bober

EUROPEAN DISCOVERY 2017 – Prix FIPRESCI

LADY MACBETH
DIRECTED BY William Oldroyd
WRITTEN BY Alice Birch
PRODUCED BY Fodhla Cronin O’Reilly

EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY 2017

COMMUNION
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Anna Zamecka

PRODUCED BY Anna Wydra, Anna Zamecka, Zuzanna Krol, Izabela Lopuch & Hanka Kastelicová

EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2017

LOVING VINCENT
DIRECTED BY Dorota Kobiela & Hugh Welchman
WRITTEN BY Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman & Jacek Dehnel
PRODUCED BY Hugh Welchman, Ivan Mactaggart & Sean Bobbitt

ANIMATION: Dorota Kobiela & Łukasz Mackiewicz

EUROPEAN SHORT FILM 2017

TIMECODE
by Juanjo Giménez

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2017

Ruben Östlund for THE SQUARE

EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2017

Alexandra Borbély in ON BODY AND SOUL

EUROPEAN ACTOR 2017
Claes Bang in THE SQUARE

EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2017

Ruben Östlund for THE SQUARE

EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER 2017 – Prix CARLO DI PALMA
Michail Krichman
for LOVELESS

EUROPEAN EDITOR 2017
Robin Campillo
for BPM (BEATS PER MINUTE)

EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER 2017
Josefin Åsberg
for THE SQUARE

EUROPEAN COSTUME DESIGNER 2017
Katarzyna Lewińska 
for SPOOR

EUROPEAN HAIR & MAKE-UP ARTIST 2017
Leendert van Nimwegen
for BRIMSTONE

EUROPEAN COMPOSER 2017
Evgueni & Sacha Galperine
for LOVELESS

EUROPEAN SOUND DESIGNER 2017
Oriol Tarragó
for A MONSTER CALLS

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Aleksandr Sokurov

EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA

Julie Delpy 

EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD 2017 – Prix EURIMAGES

Cedomir Kolar

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD 2017 for Best European Film

STEFAN ZWEIG – FAREWELL TO EUROPE (VOR DER MORGENRÖTE)
DIRECTED BY Maria Schrader

WRITTEN BY Maria Schrader & Jan Schomburg

PRODUCED BY Stefan Arndt, Uwe Schott, Pierre-Olivier Bardet, Denis Poncet, Danny Krausz & Kurt Stocker

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