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"Cold War" gets five nominations for the 31 European Film Awards

"Cold War" gets five nominations for the 31 European Film Awards

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11/10/2018
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Actors, directors, authorities and some of the candidates pose in a photo of the family in which the LXV edition of the European Film Festival in Seville hosts the nomination of the European Film Awards. EFE

Actors, directors, authorities and some of the candidates pose in a photo of the family in which the LXV edition of the European Film Festival in Seville hosts the nomination of the European Film Awards. EFE (Photo:EFE )

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Seville (Spain), 10 November (EFE) .- The Franco-British-French "Cold War" co-production, directed by Pawel Pawlikoski, has won five nominations for the 31st edition of the European Film Awards, which were presented today as part of the Festival of the European Cinema of Seville (south).
Produced by Ewa Puszcynska and Tanya Seghatchian, "Cold War" aims to win the award for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Actor and Best Screenwriter.
With the Cold War in the background, the film presents a story of love between two very different people but with the same fate at the horizon.
The awards ceremony for these European Film Academy Awards will be held in the Spanish city of Seville on December 15th.

– Top nomination for the European Film Awards 2018:

. Best film:
"Cold War" (Poland-United Kingdom-France), by Pawel Pawlikoski.
"Border" (Sweden-Denmark), by Ali Abbasi.
"Dogman" (Italy-France), by Matteo Garrone.
"Girl", (Belgium-Holland), by Lukas Dhont.
"Felice as Lazzaro" (Italy-France-Germany-Switzerland), by Alice Rohrwacher.

. Best Director:
Pawel Pawlikoski ("Cold War").
Ali Abbasi ("Border").
Matteo Garrone ("Dogman").
Samuel Maox ("Foxtrot").
Alice Rohrchawer ("Happy as Lazarus").

. Best actress
Marie Bäumer ("3 days in Quiberon").
Hallress Geirharosdóttir ("Woman in War").
Joanna Kulig ("Cold War").
Barbara Lennie ("Petra").
Eva Melander ("Border").
Alba Rohrwacher ("Felice as Lazzaro").

. Best actor
Jakob Cedergren ("The Guilty").
Rubert Everett ("The happy prince").
Marcello Fonte ("Dogman").
Sverrir Gudnason ("Borg / McEnroe").
Tomasz Kot ("Cold War").
Victor Polster ("Girl").

. Best screenwriter
Ali Abbasi, Isabella Eklof and John Ajvide Lindqvist ("Border").
Matteo Garrone, Uno Chiti and Massimo Gaudioso ("Dogman").
Gustav Möller and Emil Nygaard Albertsen ("The Guilty").
Pawel Pawlikowski ("Cold War").
Alice Rohrwacher ("Happy as Lazarus"). EFE
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