20. Oktober 2020 Johannes Wolters

EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2020 NOMINATIONS: „Klaus“, „Josep“, „Calamity“, „The Nose“

The European Film Academy and EFA Productions proudly announce the nominations for the award category

20.10.2020

The European Film Academy and EFA Productions proudly announce the nominations for the award category EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2020.
The nominations were determined by a committee comprised of EFA Board Member EFA Board Member Béatrice Thiriet (France), director Anca Damian (Romania), producer Antonio Saura (Spain) and, representing CARTOON, the European Association of Animation Film, Diogo Carvalho (producer, Portugal), Camilla Deakin (producer, UK) and Norbert Laporte (institutional, Luxembourg).

NOMINATED ARE:

CALAMITY 

France, Denmark
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Rémy Chayé

PRODUCED BY Henri Magalon & Claire Lacombe

 

JOSEP

France, Belgium, Spain
DIRECTED BY Aurel

WRITTEN BY Jean-Louis Milesi

PRODUCED BY Serge Lalou

KLAUS

Spain

DIRECTED BY Sergio Pablos

WRITTEN BY Sergio Pablos, Jim Mahoney, Zach Lewis

PRODUCED BY Jinko Gotoh, Sergio Pablos, Marisa Román

ANIMATION BY Yoshimichi Tamura, Victor Ens, Sergio Martins, Charlie Bonifacio, Slaven Reese, Matt Williames, David Lamas Grimaldi

THE NOSE OR THE CONSPIRACY OF MAVERICKS
НОС, ИЛИ ЗАГОВОР „НЕ ТАКИХ“

Russia
DIRECTED BY Andrey Khrzhanovsky

WRITTEN BY Andrey Khrzhanovsky & Yury Arabov

PRODUCED Andrey Khrzhanovsky & Nikolay Makovsky

ANIMATION BY Stepan Biryukov, Yekaterina Boykova, Andrey Voloshin, Fazil Gasanov, Dmitry Ivanov, Natalia Marchenkova, Lidia Mayatnikova, Alla Soloviova, Anastassia Sembon, Mikhail Tumelya, Natalia Fedosova, Alexander Khramtsov & Varya Yakovleva

https://www.europeanfilmacademy.org/Animation-Feature-Films.650.0.html

See the list of all nominated films here!

The nominated films will soon be submitted to the more than 3,800 EFA Members to elect the winner. The European Animated Feature Film 2020 will then be presented at the virtual 33rd European Film Awards Ceremony.

The 33rd European Film Awards will take place as a virtual ceremony without an audience, broadcast and streamed from the European Film Academy’s seat, Berlin, on Saturday, 12 December 2020. With deep regret but in full and mutual agreement, the European Film Academy (EFA), the Mayor of Reykjavik and the Icelandic Minister of Education, Science and Culture, decided to cancel the event in the Icelandic capital in December 2020, and are happy to announce that instead the 35th European Film Awards Ceremony will be presented in Reykjavik in December 2022. Following their usual rhythm, the 34th EFAs will take place in Berlin in 2021.

The decision acknowledges the deteriorating situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic in an increasing number of European countries, and in Iceland. The pandemic will affect all events usually taking place during the EFA Weekend. The European Film Academy and its in-house company EFA Productions are currently working on a new concept for an EFA Week of additional online-events to involve its partners and members, including the annual General Assembly.

The awarding procedures will remain the same, i.e. most awards are voted for directly by the over 3,800 EFA Members. Due to the pandemic, the nominations will also be announced online, on Tuesday, 10 November, in a livestream presented together with EFA’s longtime partners at the Seville European FiLm Festival in Spain.

 

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