Watch the 33rd European Film Awards with us!

We invite you to a free broadcast of the ceremony, which will take place on December 12 at 8 pm at the website of the Krakow Film Festival

The 33rd European Film Awards will take place as a semi-virtual studio production in the unique location of the new Berlin Museum Futurium, where host Steven Gätjen will be guiding through the evening in person, this year without a live audience.

The broadcast is possible thanks to the many years of cooperation between the Krakow Film Festival and the European Film Academy. The festival is FIAPF accredited and is on the exclusive list of Oscar® qualifying events in the categories short films (fiction, animation, documentary) and full-length documentary, and also recommends for the European Film Award in the same categories.

Also from December 9-11 we invite you to the broadcasts of the announcement of the winners in some of the categories.

WEDNESDAY, 9 DECEMBER 20.00
EFAs at Eight: The EFA Excellence Awards
Presentation of the winners: in the following categories: CINEMATOGRAPHY, EDITING, PRODUCTION DESIGN, COSTUME DESIGN, MAKE-UP & HAIR, ORIGINAL SCORE, SOUND, VISUAL EFFECTS

THURSDAY, 10 DECEMBER 20.00
EFAs at Eight: EURIMAGES, Short Films and EUFA
Presentation of the winners: in the categories: EURIMAGES CO-PRODUCTION AWARD EUROPEAN SHORT FILM AWARD, EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY FILM AWARD (EUFA)

FRIDAY, 11 DECEMBER 20.00
EFAs at Eight: Comedy & Animation
Presentation of the winners: EUROPEAN COMEDY AWARD, EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM AWARD

SATURDAY, 12 DECEMBER 20.00
EFA 2020 Grand Final broadcast from Futurium in Berlin: Presenting the EFA award for innovative storytelling, as well as awards for Best Documentary Film, European Discovery, Best European Actress, Best European Actor, Best European Screenwriter, Best European Director and Best European Film.

This year Polish filmmakers received 5 nominations for the European Film Awards: Agnieszka Holland is nominated in the Best Directing category for the film “Charlatan”. The authors of the film “Corpus Christi” also received three nominations: Jan Komasa is nominated in the Best Direction category, Mateusz Pacewicz in the Best Screenplay category and Bartosz Bielenia in the Best Actor category. The film itself, also recognized as the Best Film of Eagles 2020, is a candidate for the Best Film of the European Film Awards.

Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy now brings together more than 3,800 European film professionals with the common goal of promoting European film culture. The 33rd European Film Award ceremony will take place on December 12, 2020.

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We cordially invite you to watch!