European Film Academy

The creation of the European Film Academy was the initiative of a group of filmmakers brought together on the occasion of the first European Film Awards ceremony held in November 1988.

EFA was finally founded in 1989 under the name of European Cinema Society by its first president Ingmar Bergman and 40 filmmakers to advance the interests of the European film industry. Wim Wenders was elected as first chairman of the association which two years later was renamed the European Film Academy. In 1996 he followed Ingmar Bergman as president of the EFA while British producer Nik Powell was elected as the new chairman. Since the beginning Berlin has been the seat of the EFA where it is registered as a non-profit making association.

Official website

Country
Germany

Date
December

Hungarian winners:

2017
European Film Award for Best Actress
2015
Nominated for People.s Choice Award
2012
Nominated for Best European Short Film Award
2011
Nominated for Best European Director
2011
Nominated for Best European Cinematographer
2011
Nominated for Best European Soundtrack
2010
Nominated for Best European Short Film Award
2008
Nominated for Best European Short Film Award
2008
Nominated for Prix d'Excellence Award
2006
European Film Award for Best Short Film
2006
Nominated for European Discovery Award
2005
Nominated for Jameson People's Choice Award for Best European Director
2005
Nominated for Best European Cinematographer - Gyula Pados, Nominated for Best European Soundtrack - Ennio Morricone
2005
Nominated for Best European Short Film Award
2004
Nominated for Best European Director
2002
Nominated for European Discovery 2002 - Fassbinder Award
2002
European Discovery 2002 - Fassbinder Award
2002
Nominated for Best European Short Film Award
2001
Nominated for Best European Director - Péter Gorthár, Nominated for Best European Cinematographer - Tamás Babos
2000
European Film Award for Best Short Film
1994
Félix Prize - Young European Film of the Year
1992
Félix Prize for Best European Screenplay - István Szabó, Nominated for Best European Actress - Johanna Ter Steege

Hungarian films:

2017
(in competition)
2015
(in competition)
2012
(in competition)
2011
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2008
(in competition)
2008
(in competition)
2006
(in competition)
2006
(in competition)
2005
(in competition)
2005
(in competition)
2005
(in competition)
2004
(in competition)
2002
(in competition)
2002
(in competition)
2002
(in competition)
2001
(in competition)
2000
(in competition)
1994
(in competition)
1992
(in competition)