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European Film Awards Complete Short Film Nominees

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire September 28, 2009 at 5:48AM

The final nominee has been announced for the 2009 European Film Awards. Valéry Rosier's "Bonne Nuit" (Good Night) was named at the Drama Shorts Film Festival in Greece. The short film initiative is organised by the European Film Academy in co-operation with a series of film festivals throughout Europe. At each of these festivals, an independent jury presents one of the European short films in competition with a nomination in the short film category of the European Film Awards. "Nuit" joins twelve other nominees list below. The overall winner will be presented during the Awards Ceremony on December 12, 2009 in Germany’s Ruhr Metropolis.
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The final nominee has been announced for the 2009 European Film Awards. Valéry Rosier's "Bonne Nuit" (Good Night) was named at the Drama Shorts Film Festival in Greece. The short film initiative is organised by the European Film Academy in co-operation with a series of film festivals throughout Europe. At each of these festivals, an independent jury presents one of the European short films in competition with a nomination in the short film category of the European Film Awards. "Nuit" joins twelve other nominees list below. The overall winner will be presented during the Awards Ceremony on December 12, 2009 in Germany’s Ruhr Metropolis.

The 2009 European Film Award Best Short Film Nominees:

Zwemles (Swimming Lesson), directed by Danny De Vent (Belgium, 10’, Animation)

14, directed by Asitha Ameresekere (Uk, 9’, Fiction)

Valladolid Lägg M För Mord (Tile M For Murder), directed by Magnus Holmgren (Sweden, 8’, Fiction)

Was Bleibt, directed by David Nawrath (Germany, 17’, Fiction)

Die Leiden Des Herrn Karpf. Der Geburtstag, directed by Lola Randl (Germany, 10’, Fiction)

Szklana Pulapka (The Glass Trap), directed by Pawel Ferdek (Poland, 15’, Documentary)

Poste Restante, directed by Marcel OziSki (Poland, 14’, Documentary)

Between Dreams, directed by Iris Olsson (France/Russia/Finland, 11’, Documentary)

Peter In Radioland, directed by Johanna Wagner (Uk, 10’, Documentary)

Renovare, directed by Paul Negoescu (Germany/Romania, 24’, Fiction)

The Herd, directed by Ken Wardrop (Ireland, 4’, Documentary)

Sinner, directed by Meni Philip (Israel, 28’, Fiction)

Bonne Nuit (Good Night), directed by Valéry Rosier (Belgium/France, 18’, Fiction)

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