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Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Ida’ Leads European Film Award Nominations

Pawel Pawlikowski's 'Ida' Leads European Film Award Nominations

Awards season doesn’t just mean jockeying for the Oscars. Cinema culture around the world is getting ready to honor the year’s finest, and today the European Film Awards revealed the list of nominees for 2014, which is basically a primer on the foreign movies you need to catch up on.

Leading the pack with five nominations is Pawel Pawlikowski‘s “Ida.” It’s another feather in the cap for what has been an incredible run for the film, which has already picked up awards at festivals around the world and been selected as Poland’s Oscar entry this year. Close behind with four nominations is the no-less-acclaimed “Leviathan,” from Russian filmmaker Andrei Zvyagintsev, which already has an award from Cannes on the shelf.

Tied with three nominations each are Lars von Trier‘s “Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut Volume I & II,” Nuri Bilge Ceylan‘s Palme d’Or winner “Winter Sleep,” and, somewhat surprisingly, Steven Knight‘s “Locke.” Other films in the mix include the buzzy “Force Majeure,” and the Dardennes’ “Two Days, One Night.”

The awards will be handed out on December 13th. Check the list of nominees below, plus the winners of the technical prizes which have already been given. (And hell yes, Mica Levi won Best Composer for “Under The Skin.”) [Cineuropa]

EUROPEAN FILM
Force Majeure (Turist)
Ida
Leviathan
Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut Volume I & II
Winter Sleep

EUROPEAN COMEDY
Carmina y amen
Le weekend 
The Mafia Kills Only In The Summer

EUROPEAN DIRECTOR
Nuri Bilge Ceylan, for Winter Sleep
Steven Knight, for Locke
Ruben Östlund, for Force Majeure (Turist)
Pawel Pawlikowski, for Ida
Paolo Virzì, for Human Capital
Andrei Zvyagintsev, for Leviathan

EUROPEAN ACTRESS
Marián Álvarez, for Wounded 
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, for The Human Capital
Marion Cotillard, for Two Days, One Night
Charlotte Gainsbourg, for Nymphomaniac
Agata Kulesza, for Ida
Agata Trzebuchowska, for Ida

EUROPEAN ACTOR
Brendan Gleeson, for Calvary
Tom Hardy, for Locke
Aleksei Serebryakov, for Leviathan
Stellan Skarsgard, for Nymphomaniac
Timothy Spall, for Mr Turner 

EUROPEAN SCREENWRITER
Ebru Ceylan & Nuri Bilge Ceylan, for Winter Sleep
Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, for Two Days, One Night
Steven Knight, for Locke
Oleg Negin & Andrei Zvyagintsev, for Leviathan
Pawel Pawlikowski & Rebecca Lenkiewicz, for Ida

EUROPEAN CINEMATOGRAPHER
Lukasz Zal & Ryszard Lenczewski, for Ida

EUROPEAN EDITING
Justine Wright, for Locke

EUROPEAN PRODUCTION DESIGNER
Claus-Rudolf Amler, for The Dark Valley

EUROPEAN COSTUME DESIGNER
Natascha Curtius-Noss, for The Dark Valley

EUROPEAN MUSIC COMPOSER
Mica Levi, for Under The Skin 

EUROPEAN SOUND DESIGNER
Joakim Sundström, for Starred Up 

EUROPEAN DISCOVERY – FIPRESCI PRIZE
10,000 Km (Long Distance)
’71
Party Girl
The Tribe
Wounded 

EUROPEAN DOCUMENTARY
Just the Right Amount of Violence by Jon Bang Carlsen
Master Of The Universe by Marc Bauder
Of Men And War by Laurent Bécue-Renard
Sacro GRA by Gianfranco Rosi
Waiting for August by Teodora Ana Mihai
We Come as Friends by Hubert Sauper

EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Jack and The Cuckoo Clock Heart by Mathias Malzieu and Stéphane Berla
Minuscule — Valley Of the Lost Ants by Thomas Szabo and Helene Giraud
The Art of Happiness by Alessandro Rak

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