The live stream of the
European Film Awards from Berlin this evening was pretty spotty, but a few fine moments came through, particularly the moment when a special honorary award was inaugurated and presented to a very surprised Michel Piccoli by Volker Schlöndorff and Bruno Ganz.
Another special award was given to producer
Mariela Besuievski, Stellan Skarsgård presented the European Achievement in World Cinema Award to Mads Mikkelsen, and Stephen Frears received this year's Lifetime Achievement Award.
The full list of winners and nominees:
European Film 2011: , Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany Melancholia Written and Directed by Lars von Trier Produced by Meta Louise Foldager and Louise Vesth .
, France The Artist Written and Directed by Michel Hazanavicius Produced by Thomas Langmann and Emmanuel Montamat Le Gamin au Velo ( ), Belgium/France/Italy The Kid with a Bike Written and Directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne Produced by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Denis Freyd and Andrea Occhipinti Haeven ( ), Denmark In a Better World Directed by Susanne Bier Written by Anders Thomas Jensen Produced by Sisse Graum Jørgensen , UK The King's Speech Directed by Tom Hooper Written by David Seidler Produced by Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin , Finland/France/Germany Le Havre Written and Directed by Aki Kaurismäki Produced by Aki Kaurismäki and Karl Baumgartner
European Director 2011: Susanne Bier for Haeven ( ). In a Better World
Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for Le Gamin au Velo ( ), The Kid with a Bike Aki Kaurismäki for , Le Havre Béla Tarr for A Torinoi Lo ( ) and The Turin Horse Lars von Trier for . Melancholia
European Actress 2011: Tilda Swinton in . We Need to Talk about Kevin
Kirsten Dunst in , Melancholia Cécile de France in Le Gamin au Velo ( ), The Kid with a Bike Charlotte Gainsbourg in and Melancholia Nadezhda Markina in . Elena
European Actor 2011: Colin Firth in . The King's Speech
Jean Dujardin in , The Artist Mikael Persbrandt in Haeven ( ), In a Better World Michel Piccoli in and Habemus Papam André Wilms in . Le Havre
European Screenwriter 2011: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne for Le Gamin au Velo ( ). The Kid with a Bike
Anders Thomas Jensen for Haeven ( ), In a Better World Aki Kaurismäki for and Le Havre Lars von Trier for . Melancholia
Carlo Di Palma European Cinematographer Award 2011: Manuel Alberto Claro for Melancholia .
Fred Kelemen for A Torinoi Lo ( ), The Turin Horse Guillaume Schiffman for and The Artist Adam Sikora for . Essential Killing
European Editor 2011: Tariq Anwar for . The King's Speech
Mathilde Bonnefoy for ( Drei Three) and Molly Malene Stensgaard for . Melancholia
European Production Designer 2011: Jette Lehmann for . Melancholia
Paola Bizzarri for Habemus Papam and Antxón Gómez for ( La Piel Que Habito The Skin I Live In).
European Composer 2011: Ludovic Bource for . The Artist
Alexandre Desplat for , The King's Speech Alberto Iglesias for La Piel Que Habito ( ) and The Skin I Live In Mihály Vig for A Torinoi Lo ( ). The Turin Horse
European Discovery 2011 - Prix FIPRESCI: Adem ( ), Belgium/the Netherlands, written & directed by Oxygen Hans Van Nuffel.
Atmen ( ), Austria, written & directed by Breathing Karl Markovics, , Austria, written & directed by Michael Markus Schleinzer, Smukke Mennesker ( ), Denmark, written & directed by Nothing’s All Bad Mikkel Munch-Fals, , Serbia, written & directed by Tilva Ros Nikola Ležaić.
European Film Academy Documentary 2011 - Prix ARTE: , Germany, written & directed by Pina Wim Wenders, produced by Gian-Piero Ringel & Wim Wenders.
( Stand van de Sterren Position Among the Stars), the Netherlands, directed by Leonard Retel Helmrich, written by Leonard Retel Helmrich & Hetty Naaijkens, produced by Hetty Naaijkens and , Germany / the Netherlands / Argentina / Chile, written & directed by ¡Vivan las Antipodas! Victor Kossakovsky and produced by Heino Deckert.
European Film Academy Animated Feature Film 2011: , Spain/Isle of Man, directed by Tono Errando, Chico & Rita Javier Mariscal & Fernando Trueba.
( Le Chat du Rabbin The Rabbi’s Cat), France, directed by Antoine Delesvaux & Joann Sfar and ( Une Vie De Chat A Cat in Paris), France/Belgium, directed by Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol.
European Film Academy Short Film 2011: Terry Gilliam's The Wholly Family.
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