European Film Awards - Winners 2003

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  1. Sten F

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    THE WINNERS OF THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS 2003

    December 6 - In a celebration of European film uniting filmmakers, film fans and film students from across Europe for the 16th European Film Awards at Berlin's Arena, the European Film Academy announced this year's awards winners:

    EUROPEAN FILM 2003

    GOOD BYE, LENIN!, Germany
    directed by Wolfgang Becker
    produced by X Filme Creative Pool GmbH

    EUROPEAN DIRECTOR 2003

    Lars von Trier
    for Dogville, Denmark

    EUROPEAN ACTOR 2003

    Daniel Brühl
    in Good Bye, Lenin!, Germany

    EUROPEAN ACTRESS 2003

    Charlotte Rampling
    in Swimming Pool, France

    EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER 2003

    Bernd Lichtenberg
    for Good Bye, Lenin!, Germany

    EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER 2003

    Anthony Dod Mantle
    for 28 Days Later, UK & Dogville, Denmark

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2003

    Claude Chabrol, France

    EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA 2003

    Carlo di Palma, Italy

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY DISCOVERY 2003 - Prix Fassbinder

    Vozvraschenie (The Return)
    by Andrei Zvyagintsev, Russia

    Special Mention for Gori Vatra (Fuse) by Pjer Zalica, Bosnia & Herzegovina

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY CRITICS AWARD 2003 - Prix Fipresci

    Buongiorno, Notte (Goodmorning, Night)
    by Marco Bellocchio, Italy

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY DOCUMENTARY 2003 - Prix Arte

    S21, La Machine de Mort Khmere Rouge (S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine)
    by Rithy Panh, France

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY SHORT FILM 2003 - Prix UIP

    (A) Torzija
    by Stefan Arsenijevic, Slovenia

    EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY NON-EUROPEAN FILM 2003 -
    Prix Screen International

    Les Invasions Barbares
    by Denys Arcand, Canada

    THE JAMESON PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS 2003
    - voted for by film fans across Europe -

    Best European Director:
    Wolfgang Becker
    for Good Bye, Lenin!, Germany

    Best European Actor:
    Daniel Brühl
    in Good Bye, Lenin!, Germany

    Best European Actress:
    Katrin Sass
    in Good Bye, Lenin! Germany



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  2. John Watson

    John Watson Screenwriter

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    Looking forward to seeing Charlotte Rampling again.

    This BYE BYE LENIN seems to have been popular?
     

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