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‘Titane’ and ‘The Hand of God’ Among Top Category Nominees for the European Film Awards

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The European Film Academy have announced its nominations for the 34th European Film Awards. Whilst films such as The Hand of God and Compartment No. 6 are competing for the coveted top prize of European Film 2021, it is fellow competitor Titane that makes the big headline with four nominations. Alongside Julia Ducournau‘s latest film, Florian Zeller‘s double Oscar-winning film The Father and Best International Feature contender Quo Vadis, Aida? from Jasmila Zbanic also tied with four nominations.

This year’s line-up features many of the European contenders fighting for a Best International Film nomination this year, including The Worst Person in the World, Flee, and Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn. On top of that, other films from last year that got a nomination in this year’s European Film Awards include Promising Young Woman, Wolfwalkers, and The Mauritanian.

Last year, Another Round swept the top categories by taking home European Film, Director, Actor, and Screenplay. This year, it is very much possible that many of the European Film contenders could do just the same thing. In a packed year though, the European Film Academy may decide to spread the wealth among the nominees.

Check the full list of nominations below, and be sure to keep an eye out for the winners which will be announced in Berlin on December 11th.

European Film 

Compartment No. 6, dir. Juho Kuosmanen
The Father, dir. Florian Zeller
The Hand of God, dir. Paolo Sorrentino
Titane, dir. Julia Ducournau
Quo Vadis, Aida?, dir. Jasmila Zbanic

European Director

Julia Ducornau for Titane
Radu Jude for Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
Paolo Sorrentino for The Hand of God
Jasmila Zbanic for Quo Vadis, Aida?
Florian Zeller for The Father

European Actress

Jasna Duricic in Quo Vadis, Aida?
Seidi Haarla in Compartment No. 6
Carey Mulligan in Promising Young Woman
Renate Reinsve in The Worst Person in the World
Agathe Rousselle in Titane

European Actor

Yuriy Borisov in Compartment No. 6
Anthony Hopkins in The Father
Vincent Lindon in Titane
Tahar Rahim in The Mauritanian
Franz Rogowski in Great Freedom

European Screenwriter

Radu Jude for Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
Paolo Sorrentino for The Hand of God
Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt for The Worst Person in the World
Jasmila Zbanic for Quo Vadis, Aida?
Florian Zeller, Christopher Hampton for The Father

European Comedy

Ninjababy, dir. Yngvild Sve Flikke
The Morning After, dir. Méliane Marcaggi
The People Upstairs, dir. Cesc Gay

European Animated Feature Film

Flee, dir. Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Even Mice Belong in Heaven, dirs.Jan Bubenicek, Denisa Grimmová
The Ape Star, dir. Linda Hamback
Where is Anne Frank, dir. Ari Folman
Wolfwalkers, dir. Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart

European Documentary

Babi Yar, Context, dir. Sergei Loznitsa
Flee, dir. Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Mr. Bachmann and his Class, dir. Maria Speth
Taming the Garden, dir. Salomé Jashi
The Most Beautiful Boy in the World, dirs. Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri

European Discovery – Prix Fipresci

Beginning, dir. Dea Kulumbegashvili
Lamb, dir. Valdimar Jóhannsson
Playground, dir. Laura Wandel
Pleasure, dir. Ninja Thyberg
Promising Young Woman, dir. Emerald Fennell
The Whaler Boy, dir. Philipp Yuryev

European Short Film

Bella, dir. Thelyia Petraki
Displaced, dir. Samir Karahoda
Easter Eggs, dir.Nicolas Keppens
In Flow of Words, dir. Eliane Esther Bots
My Uncle Tudor, dir. Olga Lucovnicova

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