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EU-funded film won 7 prizes at 2023 European Film Awards

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Five films that received EU support came out on top at this year’s European Film Awards, winning a total of seven prizes.

The winners of the 36th edition of the European Film Awards, which took place in Berlin, were announced during the Awards Ceremony held on 9 December 2023. The EU-funded front-runners are:

The Promised Land (Bastarden) by Nikolaj Arcel for Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design and Best Actor award to Mads Mikkelsen for his role in the film; Smoke Sauna Sisterhood (Savvusanna sõsarad) by Anna Hints for Best Documentary; Robot Dreams by Pablo Berger for Best Feature Film; Club Zero by Jessica Hausner for Best Original Score; and La Chimera by Alice Rohrwacher for Best Production Design.

The EU supported the development and distribution of these works through its Creative Europe MEDIA Programme.

Creative Europe is the EU programme supporting the cultural and creative sectors. The new Creative Europe 2021-2027, with a budget of €2.44 billion, will invest in actions that reinforce cultural diversity and respond to the needs and challenges of the cultural and creative sectors. Its novelties will contribute to the recovery of these sectors, reinforcing their efforts to become more digital, greener, more resilient and more inclusive.

The programme is split in three different strands: MEDIA, CULTURE and CROSS-SECTORAL.

The Culture strand of the Creative Europe programme supports a wide range of cultural and creative sectors including among others, architecture, cultural heritage, design, literature and publishing, music, performing arts.

The Culture strand encourages cooperation and exchanges among cultural organisations and artists within Europe and beyond.

The purpose of the Cross-sectoral strand is to reinforce collaboration between different cultural and creative sectors (CCS) in order to help them address the common challenges they face and find innovative solutions. These are its main priorities:

  • to support cross sectoral transnational policy cooperation, promoting the visibility of the programme and support the transferability of results
  • to encourage innovative approaches to content creation, access, distribution, and promotion across CCS and with other sectors
  • to support adjustments to the structural and technological changes faced by the news media
  • to support the establishment and activities of the Creative Europe Desks

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