Four feature films supported by the Polish films are in the running for nominations for the European Film Awards. The European Film Academy has announced a list of 51 films competing for these prestigious awards.
On August 22 the European Film Academy published a list of feature films in the running for nominations for the European Film Awards. Among a total of 51 titles, four films have been supported by the Polish Film Institute:
In the next few weeks, over 3000 members of the European Film Academy will select candidates for nominations on the following categories: Best European Film, Best European Director, Best European Actor, Best European Actress, and Best European Screenwriter.
Nominations for the European Film Awards will be announced on November 4 at the Seville International Film Festival. Nominations in the categories of cinematography, editing, production design, costume design, music and sound will be selected by a separate jury.
The 30th European Film Awards ceremony will be held on December 9 in Berlin.