2018 European Film Awards Winners

The best of European film was celebrated in Seville, Spain on Saturday 15th December for the 2018 European Film Awards, with legendary British filmmaker Ralph Fiennes being honoured with the award for European Achievement in World Cinema and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War dominating the night’s most hotly contested categories.

Here are the winners of the 2018 European Film Awards: 

European Film – Cold War (Zimna Wojna)
Border (Gräns)
Dogman
Girl
Happy As Lazaro (Lazzaro Felice)

European Comedy -The Death of Stalin (La Mort De Staline)
C’est La Vie (Le Sens De La Fete)
Diamantino

European Discovery (Prix Fipresci) – Girl
One Day (Egy Nap)
Scary Mother (Sashishi Deda)
The Guilty (Den Skyldige)
Those Who Are Fine (Dene Wos Guet Geit)
Touch Me Not

European Documentary – Bergman – A Year in the Life (Bergman – ett år, ett liv)
A Woman Captured
Of Fathers and Sons
The Distant Barking of Dogs
The Silence of Others

European Animated Feature Film – Another Day of Life
Early Man
The Breadwinner
White Fang (Croc-Blanc)

European Short Film – The Years (Gli Anni)
Aquaparque
Burkina Brandenburg Komplex
Graduation ’97 (Vypusk ’97)
I Signed the Petition
Kapitalistis
Kontener
Meryem
Prisoner of Society
Release the Dogs (LÂchez Les Chiens)
Shame (Cpam)
The Escape (L’Échappée)
Those Who Desire (Los Que Desean)
What’s the Damage
Wildebeest

European Director – Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)
Ali Abbasi (Border)
Matteo Garrone (Dogman)
Samuel Maoz (Foxtrot)
Alice Rohrwacher (Happy As Lazzaro)

European Actress – Joanna Kulig (Cold War)
Marie Bäumer (3 Days in Quiberon)
Eva Melander (Border)
Alba Rohrwacher (Happy As Lazaro)
Bárbara Lennie (Petra)
Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir (Woman at War)

European Actor – Marcello Fonte (Dogman)
Sverrir Gudnason (Borg/McEnroe)
Tomasz Kot (Cold War)
Victor Polster (Girl)
Jakob Cedergren (The Guilty)
Rupert Everett (The Happy Prince)

European Screenwriter – Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)
Ali Abbasi; Isabella Eklöf; John Ajvide Lindqvist (Border)
Matteo Garrone; Ugo Chiti; Massimo Gaudioso (Dogman)
Alice Rohrwacher (Happy As Lazzaro)
Gustav Möller; Emil Nygaard Albertsen (The Guilty)

European Cinematographer (Prix Carlo Di Palma) – Martin Otterbeck (UTØYA 22. JULI/U – July 22)

European Editor – Jarosław Kamiński (Cold War)

European Production Designer – Andrey Ponkratov (The Summer/Leto)

European Costume Designer – Massimo Cantini Parrini (Dogman)

European Hair & Make-Up Artist – Dalia Colli, Lorenzo Tamburini, Daniela Tartari (Dogman)

European Composer – Christoph M. Kaiser, Julian Maas (3 Days in Quiberon/3 Tage in Quiberon)

European Sound Designer – Andre Bendocchi-Alves, Martin Steyer (The Captain/Der Hauptmann)

European Visual Effects Supervisor – Peter Hjorth (Border/Gräns)

European Film Academy Lifetime Achievement Award – Carmen Maura

European Achievement in World Cinema – Ralph Fiennes

People’s Choice Award – Call Me By Your Name

Eurimages Co-Production Award – Konstantinos Kontovrakis, Giorgos Karnavas