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THE 29TH EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS
10th December, starting from 5.45PM | Live from National Forum of Music | Wroclaw, Poland
Tune in here on the 10th December to see the live stream of the award ceremony, brought to you exclusively by Curzon Home Cinema.
Note: The ceremony will be presented in English language.
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SCHEDULE FOR 10TH DECEMBER (GMT) - subject to change:
5.45PM - Live from the red carpet
6.45PM - The trailers of the nominated films will be shown
7.10PM - Highlights from the red carpet
7.15PM - The ceremony begins
9.45PM - The ceremony is due to end
(Please note: End times are approximate. The event will only be broadcast to this site once and at the times stated. The event is taking place in Poland which is on Central European Time zone. The Schedule above has been transferred into Greenwich Mean Time )
The European Film Awards, presented jointly by the European Film Academy and EFA Productions, honour the greatest achievements in European cinema. This exclusive event is available to watch LIVE in the UK and Ireland only via Curzon Home Cinema and courtesy of The European Film Academy.
The European Film Awards 2016 will be celebrated in Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture 2016. Wroclaw is the capital city of the Lower Silesia region, located on the Odra river.
This award allows film fans across Europe to elect their favourite film and sheds light on the people that films are really made for: the audience. This year's shortlist of films is a truly fantastic selection of what 2016 has had to offer and Curzon Home Cinema is thrilled to be able to give film fans in the UK and Ireland the chance to watch some of these incredible titles at home instantly. Why not sit back, relax and see what you think of these: MUSTANG, FIRE AT SEA, THE BRAND NEW TESTAMENT.
Winners in the past have included films like Pedro Almodovar's VOLVER, Jean-Pierre Jeunet's AMELIE, Pawel Pawlikowski's IDA and Danny Boyle's SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE. In 2015, the EFA People's Choice Award went to MARSHLAND by Alberto Rodriquez.
Visit the EFA website to find out more about each film nominated this year.
To celebrate the 29th EFAs, we have curated a 'European Film Awards Collection' which features a selection of nominated films from the 2016 ceremony, and highlights from acclaimed award-winners from 2015 and 2014. This will be live from 10th December.
Here's the full list of the 22 prize-winning categories that will be announcing their 2016 winners this Saturday night :
EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – Prix FIPRESCI
EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
EUROPEAN SHORT FILM
EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER - Prix CARLO DI PALMA
EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER
EUROPEAN COSTUME DESIGNER
EUROPEAN HAIR & MAKE-UP ARTIST
EUROPEAN SOUND DESIGNER
EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
EUROPEAN ACHIEVEMENT IN WORLD CINEMA
EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD – Prix EURIMAGES
PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD for Best European Film
EUROPEAN FILM ACADEMY YOUNG AUDIENCE AWARD
Saturday 10th December 2016
BROADCAST LIVE FROM:
National Forum of Music, Wroclaw, Poland