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European Film Awards


The European Film Awards are awards given annually by the European Film Academy to honor the best achievements of European cinema, since 1988.

 

The award ceremony takes place in Berlin, Germany, every two years. In the other years, the awards have been held in other cities in Europe such as: Paris, London, Rome, Barcelona, ​​Warsaw, Seville, Copenhagen, Malta, Tallin, Riga, Wroclaw, among others.

 

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Complete List of the European Film Awards (1988 to 2020)

 

 

History


The first edition of the European Film Awards was held in 1988 in Berlin (West), Germany, at the initiative of culture senator Volker Hassemer, together with other directors, to celebrate the achievements of European cinema.

 

Among the directors were Bernardo Bertolucci, Ben Kingsley, Isabelle Huppert, Mikis Theodorakis, Wim Wenders, Krzysztof Zanussi, István Szabó, Erland Josephson, Nikita Mikhalkov among others.

 

They were then joined by some of Europe's best film colleagues such as Ingmar Bergman, Anthony Hopkins, Pedro Almodóvar, Giulietta Masina, Richard Attenborough, Carmen Maura, Krzsystof Kieslowski, Ornella Muti and Max von Sydow.

 

A few months later, the directors came together again to found the European Cinema Society, which later became the European Film Academy (EFA).

 

When the second European Film Awards were held in Paris at the end of 1989, the world had changed mainly due to the fall of the Berlin Wall and Europe was beginning to redefine its horizons. European filmmakers crossed hitherto closed borders. The star of the evening was the creative young cinema from Sarajevo which received a special mention.

 

Statistics of the European Film Awards


Below we present updated reports and statistics of the European Film Awards, taking into account the editions made from the year 1988 to 2020.

 

What are the films that have won the most European Film Awards?


The films that have won the most European Cinema awards for Best European Film, between 1988 and 2020 are: The Favourite (7 awards), The Ghost Writer (6 awards) y Cold War (5 awards). Here are the 10 films that have won the most European Cinema awards:

 

Movie Awards  
The Favourite 7
The Ghost Writer 6
Cold War 5
The Square 5
Toni Erdmann 5
Another Round 4
Ida 4
The Great Beauty 4
Love 4
Gomorra (Gomorrah) 4

 

Which director has won the most European Film Awards?


The directors who have won the European Cinema award for Best Director the most between 1988 and 2020 are: Michael Haneke (3 awards), Pedro Almodóvar (2 awards) y Paolo Sorrentino (2 awards).

 

Director Awards  
Michael Haneke 3
Pedro Almodóvar 2
Paolo Sorrentino 2
Kenneth Branagh 1
Roman Polanski 1
Susanne Bier 1
Alejandro Amenábar 1
Jean-Pierre Jeunet 1
Lars von Trier 1
Pawel Pawlikowski 1

 

Which actor has won the most European Film Awards?


The actors who have won the European Film Award the most times between 1988 and 2020 are: Toni Servillo (2 awards), Daniel Auteuil (2 awards) y Antonio Banderas (1 awards).

 

Actor Awards  
Toni Servillo 2
Daniel Auteuil 2
Antonio Banderas 1
Mads Mikkelsen 1
Ben Kingsley 1
Max von Sydow 1
Ewan McGregor 1
Kenneth Branagh 1
Colin Firth 1
Ralph Fiennes 1

 

Which actress has won the most European Film Awards?


The actresses who have won the European Film Award the most times between 1988 and 2020 are: Charlotte Rampling (2 awards), Carmen Maura (2 awards) y Juliette Binoche (2 awards).

 

Actress Awards  
Charlotte Rampling 2
Carmen Maura 2
Juliette Binoche 2
Emily Watson 1
Olivia Colman 1
Marion Cotillard 1
Tilda Swinton 1
Kate Winslet 1
Imelda Staunton 1
Ruth Sheen 1

 

Which countries have won the most European Film Awards for Best European Film?

 

País Awards  
Italy 7
Germany 5
Denmark 4
United Kingdom 4
France 3
Poland 3
Spain 2
Sweden 1
Austria 1
Romania 1

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