Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War Is The European Film Of The Year


Joanna Kulig in Cold War

Polish title Cold War, from acclaimed Polish-British filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski, won top honours at tonight's European Film Awards, picking up four trophies to add to the tech prize it won from the EFA jury last month for Best Editor. Among its awards tonight were Best Picture, Director, and Actress for Joanna Kulig. The night also saw a controversial win from the FIPRESCI jury - the international critics federation gave its prestigious honour to Lukas Dhont's Girl, whose insensitive narrative and casting choices have provoked uproar from the trans community and its allies. All the winners' details below:


Best European Film

Cold War


Best European Director

Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)


Best European Actress

Joanna Kulig (Cold War)


Best European Actor

Marcello Fonte (Dogman)


Best European Screenwriter

Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)


Carlo di Palma Prize for Best European Cinematographer

Martin Otterbeck (Utoya: July 22)


Best European Editor

Jaroslaw Kaminski (Cold War)


Best European Production Designer

Andrey Ponkratov (Leto)


Best European Costume Designer

Massimo Cantini Parrini (Dogman)


Best European Sound Designer

Andre Bendocchi-Alves and Martin Steyer (The Captain)


Best European Visual Effects Supervisor

Peter Hjorth (Border)


European Hair & Make-Up Artist

Dalia Colli, Lorenzo Tamburini and Daniela Tartari (Dogman)


Best European Composer

Christoph M. Kaiser and Julian Maas (3 Days in Quiberon)


Best European Animated Feature Film

Another Day of Life


Best European Documentary

Bergman: A Year in the Life


Best European Comedy

The Death of Stalin


FIPRESCI Prize for Best European Discovery

Girl


European University Film Award

Happy as Lazzaro


People's Choice Award

Call Me by Your Name


Best European Short Film

The Years


European Achievement in World Cinema

Ralph Fiennes


Honorary Award

Costa-Gavras

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