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Gomorra sweeps European Film Awards

Italian mob movie Gomorra swept the European Film Awards today, with a total of 5 wins in most of the top categories.¬† Kristin Scott Thomas won Best Actress for I’ve Loved You So Long. Gomorra is building the kind of international momentum the can lead to mulitple-nomination spillover in categories other than Best Foreign Language Film — like The Diving Bell and the Butterfly last year, and Pan’s Labyrinth in 2006.

  • Best film: “Gomorra”
  • Best director: Matteo Garrone, “Gomorra”
  • Best actor: Toni Servillo, “Gomorra”
  • Best actress: Kristin Scott Thomas, “I’ve Loved You So Long”
  • Best screenwriter: Maurizio Braucci, Ugo Chiti, Gianni di Gregorio, Matteo Garrone, Massimo Gaudioso and Roberto Saviano, “Gomorra”
  • Carlo di Palma European Cinematographer Award: Marco Onorato, “Gomorra”

(more winners and special prizes after the cut)

  • European Film Academy Prix D’Excellence: Magdalena Biedrzycka for costume design, “Katyn”
  • Best composer: Max Richter, “Waltz With Bashir”
  • European Film Academy Critics Award – Prix FIPRESCI: Abdellatif Kechiche, “The Secret of the Grain”
  • European Film Academy documentary – Prix Arte Rene: “Rene” Dir. Helena Trestikova
  • European Film Academy short film – Prix UIP:“Frankie” by Darren Thornton
  • European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award: Dame Judi Dench
  • European Achievement in World Cinema: Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, Kristian Levring, Lars von Trier, and Thomas Vinterberg
  • People’s Choice Award: “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”

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