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November 29, 2006 9:53 AM
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European Film Awards to Honor Garrel, Pell and Rozenbaum December 2

The European Film Academy Critics' Award 2008 Prix FIPRESCI will go to Philippe Garrel's "Les Amants Reguliers," the event announced. Additionally, the prize for Artistic Contribution 2006 will go to Pierre Pell and Stephane Rozenbaum in recognition of their production design for Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep." Both nods will presented during the European Film Awards, taking place in Warsaw, Poland on December 2. "Philippe Garrel made his first film when he was 16, and by 20 had earned the reputation of the Nouvelle Vague's Wunderkind and 'younger brother of Godard,'" Andrei Plakhov, president of FIPRESCI commented in a statement. "His sophisticated cinematographic style, with long concentrated frames, is unique. His films are like fake detective stories, where mystery lies, not in the plot but in the style." [Brian Brooks]

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