winners//28th EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS

AWARDS COVERAGE



More than 3,000 filmmakers from across Europe that make up the European Film Academy voted for the 28th European Film Awards. The prestigious event, which celebrates European cinema, was held in Berlin this year, with much love going to Paolo Sorrentino's Youth, starring Michael Caine. Also earning continued buzz was documentary Amy, following the rise and fall of the late Amy Winehouse. The film is slated to become the frontrunner for the Oscar after enjoying a successful box office run domestically and internationally.

Complete list of winners:

BEST EUROPEAN FILM

Youth
Written and Directed by Paolo Sorrentino
Produced by Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, and Carlotta Calori

BEST EUROPEAN COMEDY

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
Roy Andersson

BEST EUROPEAN DISCOVERY - PRIX FIBRESCI

Mustang
Deniz Gamze Erguven

BEST EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY

Amy
Asif Kapadia

BEST EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM

Song of the Sea
Tomm Moore

BEST EUROPEAN SHORT FILM

Picnic
Jure Pavlovic

BEST EUROPEAN DIRECTOR

Paolo Sorrentino
Youth

BEST EUROPEAN ACTRESS

Charlotte Rampling
45 Years

BEST EUROPEAN ACTOR

Michael Caine
Youth

BEST EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER

Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthimis Filippou
The Lobster

BEST EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER

Martin Gschlacht
Goodnight Mommy

EUROPEAN EDITOR

Jacek Drosio
Body

BEST EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Sylvie Olive
The Brand New Testament

BEST EUROPEAN COSTUME DESIGNER

Sarah Blenkinsop
The Lobster

BEST EUROPEAN COMPOSER

Cat's Eyes
The Duke of Burgundy

BEST EUROPEAN SOUND DESIGNER

Vasco Pimentel and Miguel Martins
Arabian Nights - Vol. I-III

EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Charlotte Rampling

EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA

Christoph Waltz

HONORARY AWARD

Sir Michael Caine

EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD - PRIX EURIMAGES

Andrea Occhipinti

PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST EUROPEAN FILM

Marshland
Alberto Rodriguez

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