Cork International Film Festival is delighted to collaborate with the European Film Academy in hosting a livestream of the 36th European Film Awards on Saturday, 9th December 2023.
The European Film Awards 2023 will be celebrated in Berlin – Germany’s capital and where the European Film Academy is based. The ceremony will take place in ARENA BERLIN.
The ceremony will be broadcast live HERE at 6.30pm GMT (7.30pm CET) on Saturday 9th December. Tune in below!
The European Film Awards honour the greatest achievements in European cinema. The ceremony of the European Film Awards – the most renowned and prestigious award for European film – is presented by the European Film Academy and European Film Academy Productions. The host of the ceremony will be the renowned actress and radio moderator Britta Steffenhagen.
This year’s award European Lifetime Achievement will go to Vanessa Redgrave; Spanish director Isabel Coixet will be awarded the European Achievement in World Cinema award and Uljana Kim will be honoured with the Eurimages Co-Production Award. The Honorary Award of the Academy President and Board will be given to Béla Tarr.
The full nominations list includes the very best of European film talent, including Aki Kaurismäki’s Fallen Leaves and Pablo Berger’s Robot Dreams which we had the pleasure of screening at the 68th Cork International Film Festival last month, and Juraj Lerotic’s Safe Place (Sigurno Mjesto) which we showed at the 67th CIFF.
CIFF will screen the five nominated films for the LUX Audience Award 2024 for free in January – check our website and social media regularly for booking announcements!
About the European Film Academy
Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy seeks to support and connect its 4,600 members and celebrates and promotes their work. Its aims are to share knowledge and to educate audiences of all ages about European cinema. Positioning itself as a leading organization and facilitating crucial debates within the industry, the Academy strives to unite everyone who loves European cinema, culminating annually in the European Film Awards.
The ceremony honours the achievements of European cinema in the main categories (Film, Documentary, Animated Feature Film, Short Film, Discovery, Director, Actress, Actor, Screenwriter) and welcomes special guests and representatives of the European Film Academy, such as the current President Agnieszka Holland and board members Chair Mike Downey, Nina Hoss, Baltasar Kormakur and many more. The different categories will be presented by internationally renowned talents.